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  • Writer's pictureDr. Michael Ko

Joseph S Luk Physical Therapy Parking

Updated: Apr 3, 2019

To say the least, parking is not easy in Downtown Glendale. There are few parking lots and street parking is limited. Luckily, there is parking in our building and here is a quick guide to lead you to our office.

Our building is located on Central Ave but the parking structure entrance is located on Orange St, one block east of Central. By taking either Doran St or Milford St, you can get to Orange to access the entrance to the underground parking structure.

WARNING: Please do not park on the street level ground floor. All parking spots are reserved for McDonald’s and are subject to towing. We are not responsible for your car if you park in this area.

Once you are on Orange St, look for this sign. It will lead you to the underground parking structure where you will see a ticket dispenser. Take the ticket with you to our office.

WARNING: If a spot is marked “reserved”, please do not park in it. You can park on any of the 3 floors in any unmarked or “visitor“ designated spot.

Once you come into our office, bring the ticket with you. As a courtesy, we will validate for 45 minutes of parking. You will be responsible for any parking fees if your appointment goes beyond 45 minutes.

There is also metered street parking available on Orange St, which requires a very short walk. Access to the building‘s lobby is on the northeast corner of Central and Milford, where you will find the elevators. Street parking is at your own risk and is not validated.

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