Southwest Addition Parking Structure

Project Overview

A new parking structure will be developed on the Oceanside campus designed to dramatically improve and alleviate existing parking conditions in the surrounding neighborhood, and to accommodate anticipated parking needs for future growth.

Southwest Addition Parking Structure
Rendering of Southeast Parking Structure.

Community Benefits

In May 2016, South Nassau hosted an open house for the Oceanside community, and it was made overwhelmingly clear that residents and neighbors favored a parking structure to alleviate the parking congestion on the streets surrounding the Hospital campus. After conducting a traffic study of the usage of current hospital parking and accounting for future parking capacity, we are moving ahead with plans for a three-story parking structure. (NOTE: FEMA funds will not be used for the parking structure.)  A percentage of the parking in the new structure would be set aside for employee parking to alleviate the parking pressure on local streets.

Project Details

Need - Many of our employees and visitors park on local streets near the Oceanside campus - sometimes as many as five blocks away from the main hospital - creating a burden on the local community. South Nassau seeks to work with Oceanside leaders to alleviate this problem for local residents, visitors, patients and staff.  While the hospital is presently compliant with the requisite parking requirements, South Nassau recognizes the need to do something about the parking issue. Following a meeting last May with the community, South Nassau commissioned a traffic study to determine the total existing parking demand. Our consultant observed on-street and off-street parking conditions. Our current parking lots have a total capacity in excess of 1,200 cars. Based on the traffic study, our consultant has recommended adding at least 300 additional parking spaces to alleviate current parking pressures on the neighborhood.

Proposal - As a result of the study and consultation, South Nassau’s team is planning to construct a parking structure in the east lot of One Healthy Way (parking lots 1 & 2), situated between Healthy Way and Washington Avenue. The East parking structure would be 3 stories and realize a net increase of over 400 additional parking spaces.

Cost Estimate

  Scope Cost Estimate
  Total Project
$28,000,000*

  *Non-FEMA funds
 
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