The City of Brentwood has experienced rapid growth over the last decade, which has put pressure on the Downtown District to provide more shopping, dining and entertainment venues. Along with this growth comes an increased demand for parking. In fact, the City's Economic Strategic Action Plan advocates the addition of 40,000 square feet of restaurant and shopping space to a downtown already suffering from a parking deficiency of several hundred parking spaces.
For Phase I & II, Watry looked at several lots in downtown to see which was most suited for parking. Watry also conducted a bus tour of parking structures located in downtown environments in order to help the city assess what type of structure would be ideal. In addition, there were a series of public workshops for the purpose of soliciting public input and gaining consensus.
The initial goal of Phase III was to create documentation for a Developer RFP. During this Phase, as well as Phase IV, Watry studied additional downtown sites for parking and establishing the basic architectural character for the parking structures. The latter was developed in keeping with the charm and small-town feel of the downtown.
- Phase I 2002
- Phase II 2003
- Phase III 2006
- Owner: City of Brentwood
- Project Status: Completed Phase IV 2009
- Parking Stalls: 292
- Levels: 3
- Total Sq Ft: 128,300 of parking, 23,600 of retail
- Sq Ft per Stall: 440
- Total Project Cost: $10,350,200 est, including retail shell
- Per Stall Cost: $35,316