Miller Parking


700 Randolph St., Detroit, MI 48226
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  • Parking Tue, Apr 21, 2015 from 10:30am to 1:30pm

    1 spot left!

    If using a mobile pass, you must enter your license plate number.

    Amenities Included:

    • Mobile Pass
    • Accessible
    • Unobstructed

    Upon arrival, please show the ParkWhiz parking pass to the attendant for validation.

33 People Recommend Parking Here

24 Left Comments

"Parking was fine. The only confusion was we were looking for a park rite sign on the lot and there wasn't one so we weren't sure we were at the proper location."
"It was cheap and not too far."
"Hardest part was finding it. First this NOT a parking deck, it is a paved PARKING LOT. Which was fine, it's just the picture shows it as a parking deck which is what we were looking for. It is a nice lot, easy in, easy out, by passes the stadiums traffic jams, I would park here again. HERE IS YOUR TIP HOW TO GET HERE, VIA 375, 375 will end and turns into Jefferson street, turn right on Brush Street, go 3 blocks, pass OVER Fort street, the PARKING LOT will be on your LEFT HAND SIDE, you will see the Greek Town Parking Deck which is directly in front of the lot. The LOT has a tiny WHITE SIGN hanging up with small writing on the bottom saying MILLER Parking. YOUR WELCOME!!"
"good: convenient location, sufficient number of spaces bad: no signage, difficult to find"
"The price"
"Easy access in and out. Close to a number of restaurants and the people mover. Very reasonably priced parking area."

This surface parking lot is one block from Greektown Casino and is directly across the street from the Water Board Building. We are a few blocks away from Ford Field and Comerica Park.

This location is a commercial parking lot.

Nearby destinations: Saint Andrew's Hall.

Our large 200+ space open parking lot is bounded by Lafayette (north) Fort (south) Brush (east) and Randolph (west). We're directly across the street from the Old Wayne County Building (entrance at Fort & Randolph Streets) and also kiddy-corner from the Athenium Hotel (entrance at Lafayette & Brush Streets).