1412 Van Ness Ave Garage

Subterranean Lot
10 Spaces • $$$$
 
3 Reviews
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1454 Bush St
San Francisco, CA 94109, US
(415) 638-6119
1412 Van Ness Ave Garage
1454 Bush St
San Francisco, CA 94109, US
(415) 638-6119
Subterranean Lot
1412 Van Ness Ave Garage
1454 Bush St
San Francisco, CA 94109, US
1412 Van Ness Ave Garage
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1412 Van Ness Ave Garage
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Daily Max
$15
Event Rates Supersede Other Rates

Amex, Bills, Coins, Debit card, MC/Visa
Hours of Operation
Mon-Sun
24 Hours
Amenities

Covered Parking
Open 24/7
Credit Cards Accepted
Valet
Building Address
1412 Van Ness Ave
San Francisco, CA 94109, US
Type Valet Only
Total Spaces 10
Operator United SF Parking
Notes

Failure To Leave Key Will Incur $50 Penalty
Valet Only
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Reviews
 - Best service
- Amanda C.
 - Would give zero stars if I could. Tried parking here last night for a show at Regency Ballroom. Circled around a couple times, didn't see street parking so pulled in here for $15 parking. Improvised written sign (paper on wall) said close at midnight. Actual sign at entrance says close at 2am on weekends! Guy comes up, immediately starts jabbering away about I have to be back by 11:45 or he locks the gate and it's $30 to get my car in morning. I'm all smiles and laughing and in good spirit despite, say I am going to show will be back, no problem, etc. In the meantime he's asking me why I don't park in the street, says there's parking there, etc etc. I'm like, I'm in a rush already and feel safer leaving my car in garage. He takes my $20, continues blabbering, saying I could park in the street. I'm just laughing nicely still, again point out I'm in a rush would prefer to park and go. Ask about the hours posted. He's like, 11:45 is when YOU must be here, midnight is when I GO HOME. I'm just like okay, no problem, maybe should change the signs to reflect actual business hours, all very nicely. At that point he tells me to leave, to go park on the street. Rudely and curtly. I'm like, still super friendly, but I ask him, what? Are you serious? You don't want my money? You don't want my business? Really? He responds no, continues being a jerk, hands me my $20 back and watched as I had to back up down the long narrow entrance and leave. I couldn't find street parking, ended up at an
- Amy H.
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