Rock Star Parking

Rock Star Parking

265 Eddy St, San Francisco, CA 94102
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  • Parking Tue, Mar 3, 2015 from 8pm to 11pm

    Over-size charges will begin at $20.00.

    Price Advisory Due to high demand this parking may cost more than drive-up rates, but ParkWhiz guarantees you will have a spot when you get there.

    Amenities Included:

    • Mobile Pass
    • Valet
    • Covered
    • Restrooms
    • Attended at All Times
    • Obstructed

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

44 People Recommend Parking Here

30 Left Comments

"Easy to use, helpful staff, not the best area of SF."
"Quick and easy."
"Convenient, and professional."
"Easy to book, saved 50% over the hotel parking for 24 hours, attendant at the garage was very friendly and helpful. The whole experience was easier than I expected."
"Couldn't have been more perfect. Very friendly efficient staff."
"neighborhood at night was not so fun"

Look for a black sign facing oncoming traffic that says "Park" in large white capital letters, with the smaller words "Rock Star Parking" below it in purple. The sign is attached to a four-story building on the southern side of Eddy St with a gray exterior, green accents and a clover-like motif repeated throughout. Two vertical signs on either side of the entrance say "park" in large yellowish letters.

This parking location is within walking distance of San Francisco City Hall, Civic Center Plaza and the Art Institute of California (San Francisco), all located five or six blocks southwest of the parking garage.

Vehicle height restriction: 72 inches

This location is a commercial parking garage.

Nearby destinations: Curran Theatre, The Warfield, Golden Gate Theatre, Ruby Skye, American Conservatory Theater.

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The entrance to this parking garage is located on the southern side of Eddy St, slightly east of the intersection of Eddy St and Jones St, across the street from Father Alfred E. Boeddeker Park. Please be advised that Eddy St is a one-way eastbound street. The parking garage is next to a six-story eggshell-white building with a first floor of storefronts made of gray stone.