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#GrowSmartBiz Conference : Parking and Metro tips

Some tips if you are coming to the GrowSmartBiz Conference on Tuesday, September 29th in Washington DC a educational and networking conference for small businesses hosted by Network Solutions. A couple of people asked about Metro and parking. Renaissance  has Valet parking if you want to use it . I  recommend using the Metro.
Subway/Metro : Gallery Place Chinatown (.2 miles S )
Directions from Metro :
1.Head north on 7th St NW toward H St NW
2.Turn left at H St NW
3.Turn right at 9th St NW ( hotel will be on the right )

Parking Choice :
City Center Parking Lot
900 9th Street, NW (between N I St & N K St)
Washington, DC 20001
(202) 265-0010
Source : yelp

INTERPARK HOLDINGS INC
999 9th St NW Washington, DC 2000 ( Entrance on I Street) $15 for 9 hour
This is a paid parking garage underneath the building. There are two entrances: one on I (Eye) Street and one on 7th Street. Both entrances identify the garage as “Park Tech.” Wind down the entrance and take a ticket at the cashier booth. Turn left and proceed to Level 2, 3 or 4. Level 1 is reserved parking.

Disclaimer: I researched these on the internet and please take it as advice with no guarantees :) Hope to see you there


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