Owner/Co-Developer

Myron C. Warshauer was an owner and co-developer of the following parking facilities:

Greenway Self Park

Greenway Self Park
Chicago, IL
720 Spaces

As co-developer of Greenway Self Park, Chicago's first Earth FriendlySM parking facility, Mr. Warshauer successfully integrates sustainability with state-of-the-art parking practices. Located in Chicago's River North neighborhood, the free standing facility includes 15,500 square feet of retail space and a pedway connecting to the adjacent Marriot hotel.

Greenway Self Park’s sustainable practices include power-generating wind turbines, electric car charging stations, a green roof, and grey water cisterns to recycle rain water.

A Music Video Floor Reminder System helps parkers remember where they parked. Each elevator lobby is decorated with colorful murals depicting the floor's green theme with a tip for greener living.

Greenway Self Park was recently honored with two Awards of Excellence from the International Parking Institute’s 2011 Awards of Excellence Competition; one for Architectural Achievement and the other for Best Design for a Parking Facility with fewer than 800 Spaces.

203 North LaSalle Street

203 North LaSalle Street
Chicago, IL
1,200 spaces

As co-developer of the 203 North LaSalle Street office building, Mr. Warshauer revolutionized the parking industry by elevating the customer's experience to new levels, which included the first patented Musical Theme Floor Reminder System. Designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill, this 535,000 square foot office building, with 40,000 square feet of retail space and 250 below-grade parking spaces for car rental companies, was the first building built in Chicago's North Loop Urban Renewal District, and received the Chicago Sun Times "Development of the Year Award."

Theatre District Self Park

Theatre District Self Park
Chicago, IL
1,000 spaces

This facility was designed to contribute to the identity and visibility of Chicago's Theatre District in its early stages. The facade was designed to complement that of the landmark Harrison & Selwyn Theatres (now the Goodman Theatre) across the street. Featured by Charles Osgood on CBS News in "The Osgood Report," the Theatre District Self Park utilized a Musical Theme Floor Reminder System in which each floor was identified with a different Broadway musical production.

Government Center Self Park

Government Center Self Park
Chicago, IL
640 spaces

The Government Center Self Park was constructed in 2004 as a state-of-the-art parking facility utilizing the most advanced revenue control systems and payment technology. With architecture to complement its neighbor, The Chicago Title & Trust Center, the facility features unique characteristics such as a green roof, caissons to support an additional 100,000 square feet of construction above it, and a pedestrian arcade to the Goodman Theatre.

Adams-Wabash Self Park

Adams-Wabash Self Park
Chicago, IL
1,200 spaces

Working in conjunction with the nearby Art Institute of Chicago, Mr. Warshauer received permission to use reproductions of the Art Institute's most famous works of art, such as American Gothic, to create a unique floor reminder system.