With limited space available in traffic congested city areas, it's become more and more difficult to allocate parking space for vehicles. Combine this with ever increasing number of new automobiles on the road each year and the task of finding proper parking space for cars become even more daunting.
At Klaus Parking Systems Inc. we offer a wide range of reliable car parking systems that makes optimal use of space to park maximum number of cars. By maximizing the use of both vertical and horizontal space, you can significantly increase the number of car parking space within limited space.
Here are some examples of how Klaus Parking System has helped create new design structures by optimizing car paring space.
159 Frederick Street, Toronto Ontario
Klaus Parklift products save money by saving space. As well as giving you the freedom to be creative in your architectural design.
By implementing Klaus Parking just look at what we were able to do!
"To achieve the maximum potential of this small and narrow site, we had to avoid conventional cramped underground parking. Klaus Parklifts enabled us to provide eighteen parking places on grade level behind the ground floor commercial space."
These eighteen parking places right on the site enabled the owner to increase the size of the project, from 9 to 16 condominiums in downtown Toronto.
The Berkeleyan, 1910 Oxford Street, Berkeley California.
Without Klaus Parklifes:
This project would almost have become a parking garage with only 28 apartments, no retail space, and garages as the only parking facilities.
With Klaus Parklifes:
The number of apartments was increased to 56. By offering additional retail space the ground floor became much more attractive for shops and boutiques.
The original Berkeleyen, a residential development by Panoramic Interests, would have been a 28-unit project with 2 stories over a garage according to the City of Berkeley's parking requirement.
Given its excellent location, the developer, Mr. Patrick Kennedy, visualized a larger project. In cooperation with Klaus Parking Systems USA his dream became reality.
The Berkeleyan, 1910 Oxford Street, Berkeley California. A residential/commercial project adjacent to the University of California, near downtown Berkeley, BART and all other City conveniences is an excellent example of the enormous possibilities mechanical parking systems offer to architects and developers. By incorporation a Klaus triple stack parking the project now has 39 independently accessible parking spaces and the developer has been able to provide 56 residential units (instead of 28 originally) and an additional 4000 square ft of retail space.