Utile chosen for ParkingPLUS challenge

Rockville Center

Utile has been selected to participate in Build a Better Burb: ParkingPLUS Design Challenge. The design challenge is a project of the Rauch Foundation and focuses on parking facility design innovations that would enhance downtown areas in suburbs. The press release states:

“Our national search produced some of the most creative firms in the nation for this challenge,” said Nancy Rauch Douzinas, President of the Rauch Foundation. “We hope that the designs that emerge will both project the transformative potential of the specific sites in these communities and inspire a broader discussion on Long Island of the inventively positive presence that parking facilities could provide.”

The other firms selected are: dub studios (New York City and Los Angeles); LTL Architects (New York City); and Roger Sherman Architecture and Urban Design (Los Angeles).

Utile is focusing on Rockville Centre, Long Island, and studying the parking challenges and opportunities within this town.