The Borough of Towanda constructed a new 323 parking garage behind the Borough Hall as the first project of the Borough’s second phase of its Downtown Revitalization. The site was restricted by an existing private business and steep slopes. The design integrated the slope of the site with the vehicle entries to make use of the slope and additional spaces on the first level. It is constructed with steel framed with poured concrete floors and brick with metal fabric façade with two stairs and an elevator tower. A private business was constructed on an adjacent corner and the original building was demolished allowing a more uniform garage geometry. As with most parking garages, coordination and relocation of municipal utilities in the streets was required. Project funded through a RACP grant.