Civic Arches for Rockville Centre — Presentation by Architect Tim Love

Tim Love, founding principal of Utile, Inc. Architecture + Planning, designed the Civic Arches proposal for the Long Island Index’s ParkingPLUS Design Challenge. The Utile team designed a garage prototype with a ground floor of soaring, monumental, concrete arches, both inspiring and economical to construct. Their proposal illustrates three variations of a prototype design that, if built, would free up more than three and a half acres of land in the Village of Rockville Centre for small parks and plazas, while at the same time adding more than 400 parking spaces to the Village’s supply of commuter parking. Love unveiled his firm’s design on January 16, 2014.

More about Civic Arches

See an overview of the design.

Find out more about the Design Proposal.

Read a Q&A with Tim Love and Elizabeth Christoforetti of Utile, Inc.

More about ParkingPLUS

Find out about the potential economic benefits of the ParkingPLUS designs.

Read about how to finance parking garages, and why it pays to build them in downtown and train station areas.

Learn more about the ParkingPLUS design challenge.