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The Chinatown neighborhood in Philadelphia may not be the largest in the country (that distinction goes to the Manhattan Chinatown), but it is easily the fastest growing! Its growing Asian-American population and commercial importance make Philadelphia’s Chinatown one of the busiest places in the city – and that does not bode well for those looking for Philadelphia Chinatown parking.
With many restaurants and commercial establishments in the neighborhood, Chinatown receives several hundred visitors – many of whom barely manage to get parking. The unluckiest will have to drive around for quite some time before getting a spot. Street parking is extremely competitive – if you don’t plan your parking, it will only yield frustration beyond measure.
Want to know the best way forward? Pre-booking an off-site lot or parking garage in Chinatown, Philadelphia is one of the easiest options. Way.com helps you select the best garages – user-reviewed and checked for quality – that offer fantastic value for money. Using the easy-to-use Way.com app, you can book, park, save – it's easy as that!
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|8th and Market St parking||$30/day|
|225 239 North St lot parking||$30/day|
|1201 Callowhill Street Lot||$22/day|
|733 Chestnut St Garage||$30/day|
|900 Chestnut St parking||$25/day|
|iParkit Jefferson Garage||$28/ day|
|Park America city parking||$38/day|
|The Notary Hotel city parking||$40/ day|
|1111 Sansom St parking||$25/ day|
|209 S 12th St parking||$18/ day|
|1305 Walnut St garage||$28/ day|
|iParkit Love Park Garage||$30/day|
Depending on where you want to visit in Chinatown, there may be on-site parking available. Most restaurants and commercial establishments may have limited on-site parking. However, this could be hard to get as it depends on the flow of vehicles and the crowd at different locations. On-site parking could also be much more expensive than expected.
You can avoid the headache of driving around in circles for parking if you instead opt for a safe, off-site parking garage in Chinatown, Philadelphia. Not only can you zoom in and out of a reserved space exclusively for you, but it can help you save more than 50% over drive-up rates.
You can find limited metered street parking along Arch Street, Cherry Street, Race Street, and most other streets in Chinatown. The rates for parking range from $6-8 depending on where you park. However, these are quickly snapped up, so it’s best to have a Plan B in hand with an off-site parking lot or garage.
Free parking in Chinatown, Philadelphia, is limited to a few streets like Arch Street and Spring Street. It’s best not to count on street parking because of the hassle of remembering the many time limits and parking regulations. You don’t want to come back to see your car slapped with a heavy fine – or worse, towed! Instead, pre-book a spot at a nearby garage and save yourself a load of trouble.
Anything is possible with the power of the Way.com parking app. Simply whip out your smartphone, punch in ‘Chinatown,’ and you’ll be shown the best off-site parking garages in the vicinity. All you need to do is compare prices and book your preferred spot!
All the garages in our inventory are CCTV-enabled, paved, and well-maintained. We filter them according to user reviews so only the best is shown to you on screen! If you’re looking to save on parking rates, you can also make use of several early-bird discounts and vouchers. Once you book with us, your parking experience won’t be the same again.
Chinatown, Philadelphia is located in Center City, Philadelphia.
Chinatown is a very dense neighborhood, so don’t leave anything to chance when looking for parking. Pre-booking a spot is a much smarter option than driving up and then looking for parking.
Pre-booking also gives you the flexibility of choosing between hourly, daily, and monthly parking, which is great news for commuters.