Atlantic Parking

Atlantic Parking

612 9th St. NW., Washington, DC 20004

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  • Wed, Oct 1, 2014 8:30pm to 11:30pm

    $12  Book Now

    Amenities Included:

    • Printed Pass
    • Covered
    • Attended at All Times
    • Unobstructed

    Upon arrival, please hand the ParkWhiz parking pass to the attendant for validation. Valet service may be available depending on the garage capacity.

414 people Recommend Parking Here

231 Left Comments

"Best when visiting Verizon Center and nearby locations. Bring your A-game in parking in tight spots. A good driving testing course for parking :)"
"Great location, great price. Have to be careful walking in on ramp to get car, no walk way and can't get to stairs from street, only able to exit by stairs"
"Entering the parking was fast and easy. There was plenty of space and no need to leave the car keys with the attendant. The only problem was that the place opens only at 10am on Saturday."
"Very convenient. The whole walking down the ramp to get to your car thing is not safe thought."
"It was ok, but it is very narrow and tight. Price is better than inside Verizon Center."
"No issues with the parking. I would have liked it better if we didn't have to walk down the ramp to get back to our car (the outside door to the stairwell was locked)."

This is an underground garage just one block from the Verizon Center and across the street from the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Please be aware that this garage does not have an elevator. This location cannot accept large oversize vehicles and/or those with carry on racks.

Vehicle height restriction: 72 inches

This location is a commercial parking garage.

Nearby destinations: Verizon Center, Warner Theater, Sidney Harman Hall, International Spy Museum, Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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Please note that the building address is 901 F St NW, but the garage entrance is at 612 9th St. This parking garage entrance is on the west side of 9th St NW between G St NW and F St NW. This garage is across the street from the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Look for a 'Parking' sign above the entrance and an Ella's Wood Fired Pizza next door.