Avondale breaks ground on The BLVD parking structure

Posted 12/31/69

The City of Avondale broke ground Tuesday on a multi-level parking garage structure at The BLVD, to serve current and future development at the mixed-use development. 

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Avondale breaks ground on The BLVD parking structure

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The City of Avondale broke ground Tuesday on a multi-level parking garage structure at The BLVD, to serve current and future development at the mixed-use development. 

The parking garage located on the southeast corner of 114 Avenue and Roosevelt Street will replace the existing park-and-ride facility, with 100 of the 409 spots in the new structure dedicated to transit riders. 

Construction is expected to be completed in October 2022.

City officials were joined by Okland Construction and BWS Architects for the groundbreaking ceremony, which was live-streamed on social media.

“With all the development and new investment in The BLVD, the parking structure is a needed amenity to support the area and enhance visitor experience,” said Avondale Mayor Kenn Weise.

The BLVD is home to several hotels including My Place, Hilton Garden Inn, Homewood Suites and Residence Inn as well as housing including Avari Apartments and The Village at The BLVD. 

Tenants at the Randall McDaniel Sports Complex include 2 “Di” 4 Popcorn, Phoenix Children’s Sports Medicine Clinic and the American Sports Center Avondale which draws half a million visitors a year, according to the city of Avondale. 

Future tenants include Aveda Institute of Avondale, Soda Bomb, Tap2 and New Penny Café.

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