District Wharf

Challenge Located along the Potomac River, the District Wharf is a vibrant community offering a mix of residences, offices, hotels, event venues, restaurants, retail, and outdoor recreation. The Wharf’s garage, a 1,466-space, two-level, underground structure spanning the entire development, serves all types of customers. To provide a seamless parking experience, protect and monitor multiple revenue […]

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Nationals Park

Challenge In 2007, a long-time Client acquired the Washington Nationals and commissioned Colonial Parking® to expertly manage the new ballpark’s two garages. The project was Colonial’s first stadium, and we faced a steep learning curve to plan for all logistical details before Opening Day. In the time since, we have become a trusted expert in […]

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Washington Real Estate Investment Trust

Challenge Colonial Parking® operates eight garages for Washington REIT, including a mix of both staffed and remotely managed locations. While customer service has always been the Client’s top priority, financial performance has become increasingly important in DC’s competitive market. Colonial regularly works with the Client to strategize and implement new ways to attract customers and […]

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The George Washington University

Challenge In 2017, Colonial Parking® assumed operations of The George Washington University’s (GW’s) entire portfolio of parking facilities, consisting of 24 locations across two campuses, which provide over 2,600 spaces to faculty, staff, students, and visitors. The transition required a thoughtful approach to develop relationships and build trust with the GW team, while carefully planning […]

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Union Station

Challenge Colonial Parking®, as part of a joint venture with EPark, manages all non-railroad transportation facilities at Washington’s Union Station, an intermodal and mixed-use facility servicing over 14 million travelers, shoppers, and diners annually. Our facilities operate 24 hours a day and include a 2,194-space parking garage; an extensive bus facility; daily transient storage for […]

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DAR Constitution Hall Marketing Strategy

CHALLENGE DAR Constitution Hall hosts dozens of area high school graduations each spring. Since 2014, DAR has utilized Colonial Parking® as its primary parking resource to accommodate the large influx of traffic and provide ample parking for each ceremony. This task requires careful planning and savvy marketing expertise, as most graduations occur during the work […]

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The Willard InterContinental Washington, DC Hotel

Challenge Located steps from several of DC’s most notable landmarks, the historic Willard provides upscale accommodations to travelers and serves as a prime location for weddings, galas, conferences, and high-profile events. Colonial Parking® assumed operation of the hotel’s parking garage in 2007 with one primary Client directive – to provide unparalleled customer service that enriches […]

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Pike & Rose

Challenge Pike & Rose, a premier, mixed-use development in Montgomery County, features a variety of dining, entertainment, and retail venues, in addition to four residential buildings. Colonial Parking® has operated parking at Pike & Rose since the first garage opened in 2013. The combination of the development’s complex building program and ongoing construction creates high […]

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Tysons II

Challenge Tysons II is a dynamic, mixed-use environment in Northern Virginia offering an array of trophy office spaces, as well as retail, dining, and entertainment options. Since 1999, Colonial Parking® has operated parking for each of the Tysons II office towers, which now encompass five locations providing over 8,000 parking spaces to high-profile corporate, financial […]

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Suburban Hospital

Challenge Suburban Hospital is the only member of Johns Hopkins Medicine to utilize a third-party parking operator – Colonial Parking®. Historically, visitors and staff competed for parking and the hospital routinely raised access gates at night, resulting in lost revenue. As the hospital planned for the construction of an expansion and new clinical building, as […]

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