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August 18, 2012

Central Parking NYCCentral Parking and Wage Works have announced a partnership where employees can use pre-tax dollars to pay for NYC monthly parking.

In NYC, this TransitChek commuter benefit can be used for preferential pricing at more than 75 Central Parking NYC locations. Customers will be able to save 10% – 50% off the regular rates on NYC monthly parking.

Click here to see some fantastic deals on NYC monthly parking for as low as $99!

Filed under: Monthly Parking Deals,Parking News — Tags: , — mtohn @ 5:11 pm
July 24, 2012

Want to park your own car for NYC monthly parking? We’ve just compiled a list of NYC self-parking garages from our garage partners.  But before you run to park your own car, you should know the pros and cons to self-parking garages in NYC.

The Benefits

You Will Save Time because you don’t need to call ahead to pick up your car.

You Will Choose Where You Park because you’re parking your own car.

You Won’t Pay More for an SUV or Oversize Vehicle because small vehicles and large vehicles are using the same amount of space in the car stalls.

The Bad News

You Will Probably Pay More for a self-park garage. I know, you’re thinking ‘If the garage doesn’t have to pay the valet, then why does it cost more?’ With a valet attended garage, the attendants can squeeze in a lot of cars by parking them on 4-level high hydraulic lifts, parking them 3 deep bumper to bumper, and placing them very close together. That’s because they’re the only ones getting the cars and they have the keys to move around the cars. (If you’ve ever wondered why your windows are sometimes rolled down, it’s because the valets may need to climb out the window when they park the cars close together).

In a self-park garage, though, the stalls for each car are clearly marked and cannot change. That means the garage has a limited capacity and will usually charge more for each monthly parking space.

You May Have Car Damage with no recourse because you won’t know the other drivers.

Where are NYC’s Self-Parking Garages? Read more…

December 13, 2011

NYC parking garage holiday tippingYour Garage Holiday Tipping. It’s all part of the NYC parking garage experience. 

$25? $100? How much is right? Your car is probably your second most valuable asset after your house, so under-tipping could be a bad choice. To find out the trends for monthly parkers, we surveyed one dozen NYC garages on December 9, 2011 and asked our fellow parkers how they approach holiday topping for parking garages.

Turns out that garages anticipate you will tip based on where the garage is located and how you use your car.


  • Midtown East, Upper West Side, & Upper East Side: $25 – $100 per employee, with Managers getting the higher end of the range.  In the more affluent areas like E80s near 5th Ave and Park Aves, $100 per employee is considered ‘average’.
  • Busy Midtown Garage: $30 – $40 per employee is the average

As of December 9th, the NYC garages were just starting to receive tips so they couldn’t say if people were tipping more or less.


September 7, 2011
Carriage House, 159 W 24th St NYC

Carriage House, 159 W 24th St NYC

Ever feel like you’re overpaying for parking? What about paying $200,000 upfront to own your actual NYC parking space, right in your own apartment building?

If you buy an apartment at NYC’s Carriage House, 159 West 24th Street, near Seventh Avenue, you could also own that NYC garage space — for $200,000.

But let’s say that if that NYC parking space normally costs $400/month to rent, then you’ve just paid for 41 years of NYC monthly parking. And if that space would go for $500/month, you’re pre-paying for 33 years of parking. Is it worth it?

And now let’s compare the cost of parking to the cost of buying the apartment. Space in Carriage House goes for about $1,200 per square foot, but parking space in Carriage House goes for $1,470, or 22% more!

September 6, 2011

Looking for NYC parking in the downtown area? Here are some great locations.

  • $325 at 15 Worth St, between Worth & West Broadway — $175 if you only need to park at night (Mon – Fri between 3:30pm – 8am, Sa-Su 24/7)
  • $400 at 174 Centre St, between Hester & Canal Sts — $125 if you only need to park at night (Mon – Fri between 4pm – 9am, Sa-Su 24/7)
  • $500 at 88 Leonard St, between Church & Broadway — $185 if you only need to park at night (Mon – Fri between 3pm – 8am)

Ask for a quote for these garages here. SUVs and oversized vehicles may have a surcharge.


Great deals on NYC monthly parking!

Midtown NYC monthly parking with 24/7 access:

  • $350 at 1220 Avenue of the Americas, W 44th St between 5th & 6th Aves
  • $350 at 412 W 33rd St, between 9th & 10th Aves
  • $350 at 307 W 44th St, between 35th & 36th Sts

Request any of these garages here.


image_brooklyn_welcome_sign$200 parking at 71 Smith St @ Shermerhorn St, Boerum Hill area in Brooklyn, NY 11201

  • $200 for 24/7 access
  • $175 for ‘Day Monthly’, which is Monday – Friday, 7am-10pm
  • $150 for Storage, plus $5 each time you exit the garage

Subways: 2 blocks from the A,C, G; 3 blocks from the 2,3; 5 blocks from the F, G

Request this parking here.

These are fabulous deals for NYC monthly parking, especially in the Boerum Hill area of Brooklyn, NY.

Filed under: Monthly Parking Deals — Tags: , , , — mtohn @ 12:47 pm
August 29, 2011

$199 plus tax for NYC monthly parking at:

  • W31st St between 9th & 10th Aves,
  • 1st Ave & 45th St,and
  • East End at 81st St.

You won’t get any better than $199 plus tax for NYC monthly parking at these locations! Request parking now and be sure to ask for these garages.

August 1, 2011

NYC Monthly Parking $475

The survey is in, and New York City wins the award for the most expensive monthly parking in North America.

According to Collier’s Annual Parking Survey, done in June 2011, Midtown Manhattan has a median rate of $541 and Downtown Manhattan comes in at $533. And believe it or not, that’s less than a 1% increase over 2010 rate for Manhattan monthly parking. These rates include tax and only consider indoor or covered parking garages in each city’s central business district.

Boston ranks in third place at $438, followed by San Francisco $375, Philadelphia $304, Seattle $294, Chicago $289 and Washington DC $260. If you’re looking for cheap monthly parking, try Phoenix for $50 or Bakersfield, CA for $53.

The U.S. national average is… Read more…

April 23, 2011

Our garage partners have some incredible NYC parking deals for Summer parking! It’s Storage parking, so there is an exit fee.

$175 — 245 W 28th St, between 7th & 8th Aves. Exit Fee $5. Good May 1 – August 31, 2011.

$175 — 432 W 33rd St, between 9th & 10th Aves. Exit Fee $15. Good May 1 – August 31, 2011.

$190 — 161 10th Ave @ 20th St. Exit Fee $15. Good May 1 – August 31, 2011.

$190 — 1120 Ave of the Americas @ 44th St, between 5th & 6th Aves. Exit Fee $15. Good June 1 – August 31, 2011.

$149 — 3976 10th Ave @ 212th St. Exit Fee $5, Good May 1 – August 31, 2011.

$190 — 76 11th Ave, between 17th & 18th Streets. Exit Fee $15. Good May 1 – August 31, 2011.

$175 — 451 Ninth Ave, between 35th & 36th Streets. Exit Fee $15. Good May 1 – August 31, 2011.

Request any of these locations here, and be sure to put in the address!

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