Sent on behalf of Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
Starting April 3, a total of 74 public parking spaces on the roof level of the Euclid garage, which serves the Center for Advanced Medicine (CAM), will close for approximately six months. Contractors need this space as they build a link from the new ambulatory cancer center, which is under construction just east of the garage. Forty-four of these spaces will close permanently to accommodate a safe walkway through the garage to the link into CAM. Signage will be in place to alert drivers to the changes.
The garage holds 1,400 vehicles and is typically at 60 percent capacity; however, there are occasions when it is closer to 90 percent, which is considered full capacity. Patients/visitors will be redirected to valet or the Laclede garage if needed.
Questions can be directed to Tina Menne, BJC activation manager, 636-485-3748.