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Keller Williams Parking Initiative

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Keller Williams Realty agents are against the new proposed parking arrangement for the 8560 building. We have been told that parking for building tenants will now be on P3. This leaves top level parking for Equinox and store patrons who DO NOT PAY for parking to get the prime parking spots. As tenants who occupy two floors of this building and also pay $160 per spot, we feel that this is completely unfair and disrespectful to shuffle us to bottom levels of the building and then have to take TWO elevators to get to our office. Unlike other tenants in the building, we are a business that goes in and out of the parking garage multiple times per day. We ask the building to reserve the 21 spots that are immediately to the right of the parking entrance for Keller Williams ONLY. This will allow agents to be able to get in and out of the building quicker and conduct their businesses in a more efficient manner. Many agents are willing to go to other parking areas which are cheaper and now more convenient to use if this is not implemented. Keller Williams Realty

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