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Going to 'Hamilton'? Here are some tips on where to park

But be warned: That space may include serious sticker shock
CHRIS URSO | Times Traffic is seen along W Cass Street near the intersection of Doyle Carlton Drive near the David A. Straz, Jr. Center for the Performing Arts and Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019 in Tampa. Patrons arriving for a performance of the hit Broadway show Hamilton were able to negotiate parking with limited issues
Published Feb. 16

Here's some parking information if you're going to "Hamilton:''

Novel Riverwalk Garage, 109 W. Fortune Street

Rate: $23.40 (if prepaid). (Must print permit and display on dashboard. )

Armature Works & Pirate Water Taxi, 1910 N. Ola Avenue.

Rate: $6 per person roundtrip (Park free at Armature Works and take a Pirate Water Taxi to the Straz.)

Royal Regional Lot, 1200 N. Tampa Street.

Rate: $3 (Available at on-site parking pay station or through the Parkmobile App. Lot is a 0.3-mile (6-minute) walk to the Straz Center)ED:

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Rivergate Tower, 400 N. Ashley Drive

Rate: $8.42 (Available only by pre-purchase at

William F. Poe Garage, 800 N. Ashley Drive

Rate: $11 (Available only by pre-purchase at

Times Building Lot, 1000 N. Ashley Drive

Rate: $24.20 (Available only by pre-purchase at; $30 is the rate at lot)

Barrymore Hotel, 111 W. Fortune Street

Rate: $20-$30

TECO Lot North, 111 E. Cass Street

Rate: $22 (Available only by pre-purchase at

STRAZ Center Valet Parking, in the Straz Center arrival plaza off Tyler Street.

Rate: $18 for off-site and disabled parking and $25 for on-site.

On-Street Parking.

Rate: varies. (Can use parking Pay Stations or the Parkmobile App (, The meters/spaces are free weekdays after 6 p.m. and on weekends. Some meters/spaces have a 4-hour time limit.

Information courtesy of the David A. Straz Center for the Performing Arts.


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