The Corona Tower Parking Garage

The Corona Tower parking garage is located on the east side of the Tower, with direct access off Stamford Drive. Overlook Estates, an upscale, mixed-use residential development, also fronts Stamford across from the Tower. The garage entrance is carefully situated to fall into the middle of one of the Overlook Estates‘ blocks between Dartmouth Ct. and Oxford Ct. 

If the two-story garage seems inadequate to hold the vast numbers of cars that seem to enter and exit each day, that's because it is. The restricted and off-limits upper floor is accessible to registered guests of Stamford Suites only, and then, only after you have received your thumbprint registered passkey. There is no parking charge to users of the parking garage when they validate their parking with their Stamford Suites passkey, even should they choose to park on the ground level. 

Once inside the garage, left takes you up and is clearly marked Stamford Suites Only. Right takes you down and is marked Private. No Unauthorized Access. Directly ahead is clearly marked as Corona Tower Parking Public Access. A passkey or car tag is required to go either left or right. Most cars entering the garage go right.

From the street, no security cameras frame the entrance to the Corona Tower parking garage. Exclusivity is #1, touts Stamford Suites, and that applies to your entry and egress from the parking garage. Come and go when you like. No houses in Overlook Estates directly front Stamford, and for those that can see the Tower and the parking garage from their driveways, their security cameras are conveniently aimed at their garage doors, along their winding drives, or into their back yards. No one monitors you, coming or going, when you approach the Tower garage entrance along Stamford Drive. No one observes cars turning right once they enter the parking garage, either.

Privacy is #1, especially for those taking the Private entrance directly into the underground warrens of the Corona Tower's unknown and mysterious basement levels.

We learn of the Corona Tower Parking Garage in Book 1 of The Human-Hybrid Project, Shattered by Glass.