New Prahran Square Car Park now OPEN!
It’s goodbye to parking woes and HELLO to 500 undercover bays right in the heart of Prahran, enter via Izett Street!
Hours of Operation
Prahran Square is the City of Stonnington’s $60+ million transformation of the old Cato Street car park in Prahran. The project will deliver around 10,000 square metres of multi-functional urban parkland sitting above 500 car parking spaces.
It is one of the largest, most ambitious and exciting construction projects ever delivered in the City of Stonnington and will provide urgently needed open space for recreation, events, festivals and markets, plus a 20% increase in car parking spaces to service the surrounding Chapel and Greville street precincts.
Prahran Square is set to become an iconic cultural and recreational destination for residents, businesses, shoppers and visitors to Stonnington, offering a selection of recreation spaces – from ones designed for quiet contemplation to those designed to stage vibrant community events.
OPENING SPECIAL – 2 Hours Parking for $1.
Picture the breeze in your hair and shopping bags tucked safely in the boot, as we glide you past the cars and pedestrian traffic along Chapel Street.
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Welcomed as one of Australia’s biggest and most innovative examples of mixed urban design – Prahran Square will provide 10,000 square metres of public space, more than Federation Square.
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