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Firm's new dimension in automated parking.

The competing demand for space in dense urban areas has become an all-out battle as public planners, developers and building owners vie for scarce land resources and affordable development.

With construction and parking operations costs spiraling ever upward, the need for affordable and convenient parking is critical to any urban projects development.

A Wellesley, Mass. firm is reaching out to help solve these challenges with latest European innovations in "AUTOMATED" parking.

Urban Parking Concepts, fueled by innovation from their Swiss & German engineering partners (Rothary and Siemens), has brought the latest technological advance in parking to the US with it's patented Three Motion Technology.

This technology allows for the fully automated, simultaneous movement of vehicles in three directions--one vertical and two horizontal--resulting in exceptionally fast parking-cycle times at dramatic overall cost savings.

Urban's turn key approach to delivering the complete "Parking" package from financing to operations provides an affordable and efficient parking program capable of delivering anywhere from 100 to 5,000 spaces anywhere in the US.
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Title Annotation:Urban Parking Concepts innovates a concept in parking
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:1U1MA
Date:Aug 9, 2006
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