Monday, November 7, 2016

New Parking Garage - Downtown Ocala


At first, as this building was being constructed, I thought it would provide offices/businesses on the first floor and apartments/condos on the 2nd floor. I was wrong. So far as I can tell, it is simply a nice-looking parking garage.

21 comments:

William Kendall said...

Quite deceptive.

Michelle said...

Pretty fancy for a parking garage.

Linda said...

It is certainly colourful.

Taken For Granted said...

Looks like the garage is designed to look like a number of stores. Interesting supports on the newly planted palm trees.

Catalyst said...

Ocala looks to be a beautifully designed city.

Kay said...

Parking garage?!? Really??? This photo is so clean and nice it actually looks like a rendering.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

At least they made an effort to make it look good rather than the eyesore they can be.

Gosia k said...

As a garage it looks original

Karl Demetz said...

Beautiful colors, Lowell !

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Um belo plano.
Um abra├žo e boa semana.
Andarilhar

bill burke said...

Nice building Lowell. The empty street gives it a kind of ghost town look.

Sharon Anck said...

Your photo looks like the architect's drawing it's so perfect!

Laura. M said...

A luxury garage, looks great.
Buen martes.
Un abrazo.

Bibi said...

If it is indeed a parking garage, it's a beauty.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Who would have thought it! It's not often such care is taken with the design of carparks ☺☺

Judy said...

It's much nicer looking than most and your photo of it is beautiful.

Small City Scenes said...

Big place---very interesting!
MB
oh BTW: the mountain on my blog is Mt. Rainier as seen from my deck
MB

Halcyon said...

THat is quite the fancy parking garage!
Hope you got out to vote today. However things turn out, this one will be one for the history books.

Ralph V. said...

That is a very nice one!

RedPat said...

That's surprising!

magiceye said...

Nice and airy!

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