Parking is available in the East End Garage and has two entrance points. One entrance is off Forest Park Parkway and the other is off Forsyth Boulevard.
From Forest Park Parkway, turn onto Hoyt Drive and proceed to the underground garage.
From Forsyth Boulevard, turn onto Wrighton Way and proceed to the underground garage.
As you enter the garage, you will need to pull a ticket to gain entry and park in the designated visitor spaces located on Level P1. Please be sure to park in the visitor parking only to avoid receiving a parking citation. The TLC is not responsible for any citations issued. There is no cost to you for parking but you will need to get a validation ticket from the TLC to exit the garage.
Directions to Lopata Hall From the Parking Garage, take the elevator to Level 1 which is located in the corner by the North Entry/Exit (near Hoyt Drive). As you exit the elevator, proceed ahead and go left to continue on the sidewalk. The Scott Rudolph Hall will be the first building you will pass on your right. Continue until you reach the 2nd archway which is identified at the top of the archway as ‘The Sever Institute of Technology’. At the top of the stairs, enter Lopata Hall on your right. The elevator will be to your left. The Technology & Leadership Center is located on the 5th floor.
From the Metrolink, exit the Skinker station towards the WashU campus. Go under the archway to enter the inner campus, and proceed East towards Brookings Hall and pass it on the right side. Continue until you reach the 2nd archway which is identified at the top of the archway as ‘The Sever Institute of Technology’. At the top of the stairs, enter Lopata Hall on your right. The elevator will be to your left. The Technology & Leadership Center is located on the 5th floor.
Handicap Accessible Instructions
Proceed from the parking garage or Metrolink elevators towards Brookings Hall and pass it on the right side. The Scott Rudolph Hall will be the first building you will pass on your right. Continue towards the 2nd archway which is identified at the top of the archway as ‘The Sever Institute of Technology’. Before reaching the stairway, there is a curved ramp down to the 1st floor entryway into Lopata Gallery. On the far side of the Gallery is the elevator. The Technology & Leadership Center is located on the 5th floor.
Roundtables are held in the Knight Center (#66 on attached map) on Washington University in St. Louis Danforth Campus. The campus address is 1 Brookings Drive, St Louis, MO 63130. Parking is in the Millbrook (#95) or Snow Way (#97) garages. Both garages are accessed from Throop Drive. To reach Throop Drive from Skinker Blvd turn west onto Forest Park Parkway and then turn left at the 2nd light. From Big Bend Blvd turn east on Forest Park Parkway and then turn right at the 1st light. Millbrook garage will be immediately on your left or go a few hundred yards and turn right to reach Snow Way.
Pull a ticket to gain access to the garage and park in the designated visitor spaces. In Millbrook, visitor parking is on the 4th level on the south side. In Snow Way, visitor parking is on the 4th level (roof). We will provide you with a validation ticket to exit the garage. The Knight Center is across from Millbrook garage and adjacent to Snow Way garage.
The garage address is 4560 Children’s Place, St. Louis, MO 63110. Upon arriving, please utilize levels 6-7 of the Metro Parking Garage located at the corner of Taylor Avenue and Children’s Place.
Go to level 3 to enter into the pedestrian walkway. Press handicap button to open the door. Turn left into the walkway. Make the first right (past Kaldi’s Coffee). Proceed a short distance, and you will enter EPNEC at the 2nd level.
The COLLAB at Cortex is located at 4220 Duncan Ave, St. Louis, Mo.
Paid hourly parking is available on the 311 S. Sarah Street lot or the N. Silo lot (4052 Forest Park Ave), both accessible off Sarah Street. Check out the visitor parking map that Cortex has provided here for more info. Metered street parking is available along Sarah Street, Duncan Avenue and Boyle Avenue. 2 Hour Visitor Parking On the 311 S. Sarah parking lot, there are spaces along the Duncan side of the lot marked as “2 Hour Visitor Parking.” If you park there, you must check in at the 4220 desk and provide make/model/color of vehicle. It will also help if visitors are kind enough to drop by and check out as they leave the building. The spots are monitored. You are welcome to park in any of the other spots, but these are designated for short-term parking. Just remember, you might get a ticket if you are not registered with security.
Go into 4220 Duncan and check in at the security desk (if parked on street) located in the main breezeway. The elevators are across from the security desk, and you should take them to the 3rd floor. Turn left out of the elevators, and the COLLAB rooms (A&B) are down the hall.
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