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Mayor Recommends Deck Site

Posted: November 28, 2012 at 2:33 a.m.

Mayor Lioneld Jordan and a committee of city staff and hired consultants on Tuesday recommended locating a downtown parking deck on the south end of the Walton Arts Center property.

By the Numbers

Deck Options

Three options for a downtown parking deck would provide different numbers of parking spaces and would cost different amounts. The city would lose more parking revenue during a 12- to 18-month construction window by building a deck on the main lot west of the Walton Arts Center or a lot south of Kingfish bar than by building a deck on the south end of the arts center property.

Total Parking Spaces Net Parking Space Gain Parking Revenue Lost Total Cost

Theater Site 246 218 $83,700 $6.37 million

WAC Lot 339 242 $199,000 $6.38 million

East Lot 293 233 $134,500 $6.29 million

Source: City of Fayetteville

Web Watch

Site Selection Study

To view a full copy of the site selection study Fayetteville aldermen reviewed Tuesday, go to accessfayetteville.org and search for “parking deck.”

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Dickson Street at one time was considered a historical district. It was an area where hundreds of thousand college kids went for fun and entertainment. Now we are wanting to tear that down with parking garages. Come on...Utilize the bus system... Don't tear down Dickson

Posted by: Apbacker

November 29, 2012 at 4:56 a.m. ( | suggest removal )