South Campus Construction Project - Parking and Directions

South Campus Construction Project

Restricted Access to Arts Circle Drive
Updated October 2014

As construction plans evolve, these directions may change. For up-to-date information regarding closures, please continue to visit this page.
South Campus Construction Summer 2014

Update (July 21, 2014): The Visitors Center Parking Garage south of the F lot parking structure is now open. University Parking Offices are moving into their new space on the first floor. The new garage is fully accessible with two elevators and designated handicap parking. 

 

Update (April 11, 2014): Arts Circle Drive remains closed to traffic. Beginning Monday, June 23, the north central stairwell and walkway east of the theater buildings will be closed for improvements. After parking your vehicle, walk to the northwest stairwell of the parking structure and exit to the pedestrian walkway along the west side of the theater buildings. This path will lead you to the stairs and ramp to the Arts Circle Plaza and Pick-Staiger Concert Hall. You can access Regenstein Recital Hall by continuing east on the path (toward the lake). Arts Circle Drive is expected to reopen in mid-November.

 

Construction Webcam

See real-time progress on the South Campus Construction Project and the new Music and Communication Building.

 

Where can I park?

Free parking is still available on weekends and after 4 p.m. on weekdays in the structure located on Campus Drive. After turning onto Campus Drive from Sheridan Road, enter the parking structure on your right by way of ramps leading to the upper and lower levels.

A small lot directly west of Louis Hall will have reserved spaces available after 4 p.m. on weekdays and at any time on the weekends for patrons with handicap placards.

 

How can I get to Pick-Staiger Concert Hall and Regenstein Recital Hall from the parking structure?

After parking your vehicle, walk to the north-central stairwell of the parking structure and exit to a pedestrian walkway. This path will lead you along the east side of the theatre buildings and up the stairs to the Arts Circle Plaza and Pick-Staiger Concert Hall.

You can access Regenstein Recital Hall by continuing on the path heading east toward the lake.

 

Special Needs Access

A small lot directly west of Louis Hall will have reserved spaces available after 4 p.m. on weekdays and at any time on the weekends for patrons with handicap placards.

After turning onto Campus Drive, continue driving straight past the parking structure and John J. Louis Hall and park temporarily in the available turnaround space. From there, escort your guests by following the sidewalk eastward and using the ramp or stairs next to the Block Museum to access the Arts Circle Plaza, Pick-Staiger Concert Hall, and Regenstein Recital Hall. 

After dropping off your guest(s), you can either park in the handicap accessible spaces in the lot directly west of Louis Hall or continue south on Campus Drive and enter the parking structure on the left.