Lot 895 - 600 Watergate

Subterranean Lot
78 Spaces • $$$
 
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F St NW
Washington, DC 20566, US
(202) 625-1326
Lot 895 - 600 Watergate
F St NW
Washington, DC 20566, US
(202) 625-1326
(202) 295-8100
Subterranean Lot
Lot 895 - 600 Watergate
F St NW
Washington, DC 20566, US
Lot 895 - 600 Watergate
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Lot 895 - 600 Watergate
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Rates
1 Hour
$12
2 Hours
$14
Daily Max
$22
Early Bird
In By 9am
$14
Evening
Mon-Fri; In After 5pm
$17
Sat-Sun
$17
Event Rates Supersede Other Rates

Amex, Bills, Coins, Debit card, MC/Visa
Monthly Rates
Monthly
$240
Hours of Operation
Mon-Sun
6am-12am
Amenities

Covered Parking
Parking Lighting
Credit Cards Accepted
Park & Lock
Building Address
600 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington, DC 20566, US
Type Non-restricted
Total Spaces 78
Operator Colonial Parking
Max Height 6 ft. 2 in. (1.88 meters)
Notes

Enter this location at 700 New Hampshire Ave. NW. This garage operated by SP+, and it is located underneath the Watergate Complex on its southwest side. Turn into the garage just next to "700 Watergate South", it is the garage with the big sign that reads "Public Parking."
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 - Too bad, as it appears that daily parking reservation options has been removed. It was a great place to park, eat, and go to the theater.
- Barbara M.
 - I went back on the evening of January 10 to aprk,there was the same parking attendant(+ one more)standing in the cold of the open garage. This is inhumane and against the law.
- Nina S.
 - I parked last evening Jan 5th.The garage itself is fine,but I couldn't believe the management(comfortably seating in their warm office) have decided to have the parking attendant out of his enclosure,standing by a table in the freezing cold(+ windchill of the frozen river next door). Supposedly to "speed up things".He couldn't even wear gloves,because he was operating the credit card machine and handling receipts.There were to very weak space heaters next to him. . He managed to be professional and have a smile. This is inhumane. By law employers are supposed to provide a safe and comfortable environment to their employees,this was neither.Please have him back where he's supposed to be.Thank you
- Nina S.
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