The garage's entrance is across the street from the American Red Cross Building and Point Park University. This garage also houses the Pittsburgh Parking Authority's Administrative Offices. For more information call – (412) 560-2510.
Part of the garage complex contains a parklet that was designed by Pittsburgh Artist Jerry Caplan. It is a delightful oasis of clay-sculptured people with walls of cascading waters, trees and flower beds.
The garage is located within walking distance of Market Square Place, where you will find a variety of restaurants, outdoor cafés, street vendors, afternoon entertainment, and evening events. It is two short blocks from the internationally known PPG Place, designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee of New York. With its expansive venetian plaza and spiraling roof peeks, "The Glass Castle" is a must-see for anyone visiting the City. In the winter PPG Place Plaza is converted into an ice skating rink similar to, but larger than, Rockefeller Center in New York. In the spring the plaza is alive with dancing waters and sprays that one can pass through. These ammenities are a true delight for the whole family.
This garage is also within walking distance of the Cultural District and the North Shore, home of the Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park and the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field.
Finally, being located on the Southern edge of the city, it is easily accessible to and from the Fort Pitt and Fort Duquesne Bridges and the east, west, south and north parkways.
Garage Telephone – 412-560-7230
The Wood-Allies Garage is located on the Boulevard of the Allies, between Wood Street and Stanwix Street Downtown. The garage's capacity is 542 vehicles and is open 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
Listed below are the lease charges, daily parking rates and the hours of operation effective August 1, 2014:
Day Rate- Monday thru Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 3:59 p.m.
Night Rate: Monday thru Friday, in after 4:00 pm, out by 5:59 am (Day rates start at 6 am)