Help For Harold Washington Library Parking
When you think of a public library, you probably picture a building with a traditional exterior airing conservative features. But the Harold Washington Library Center, the heart of Chicago’s public library system, breaks the mold. The postmodern structure’s bright red brick and sharp decorations really give the library an identity; something it didn’t have prior to its 1991 move out of the Cultural Center. And within its edgy design is an auditorium, an exhibit hall, musical tools and, of course, plenty of books.
A parking garage, however, was not included in the plans; no official lot is provided by the building. Fortunately ParkWhiz offers many selections for Harold Washington Library parking. These options include up to 18 lots within a mile of the library, and prices as low as $5 for a three-hour stay, so you can save your money for those late fees.