In addition to extending a segment of Panama Mall for pedestrians, extending Via Ortega to Santa Teresa Street and adding a pedestrian and bicycle pathway linking Samuel Morris Way and Governors Corner, this project enables Stanford University to meet current parking demand and give it some cushion while at the same time keeping Roble Field.
Stanford University hired the design/build team of Watry Design, Inc. and Vance Brown Builders to make their vision a reality. Located between the Arrillaga Outdoor Education, the Recreation Center and Roble Gym, the 5 level below grade structure incorporates pedestrian entrances to the garage via 3 stair and elevator cores. These pedestrian cores also provide shade trellises and bike parking for recreation field users. The parking structure provides 28 EV car charging stations on Level P1. In preparation of future demand, Levels P2 through P5 were prepped for an additional 28 EV car charging stations per level.
Watry Design is assisting the University with Gold Parksmart Certification.
- Owner: Stanford University
- Design Build Team: Watry Design/Vance Brown Builders
- Project Status: Completed 2017
- Parking Stalls: 1,162
- Levels: 5 below grade
- Total Sq Ft: 500,000 including field
- Sq Ft per Stall: 361
- Total Project Cost: $45,200,000, including field
- Per Stall Cost: $38,898, including field