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AutoParkit Owner Says Time Is Right to Close the Deal

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Ask Christopher Alan why he wants to move his California company’s headquarters into the former Delphi Packard Electric building in Warren, and he’ll point to his wristwatch.

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AutoParkit System Dubbed ‘Future of Parking’

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WARREN, Ohio – “The future of parking in Los Angeles” will be on display March 10 when the ribbon is cut on that city’s largest fully-automated parking structure, which was built by Warren native Christopher Alan and his AutoParkit LLC, says the developer of the historic Helms Bakery District.

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Auto Parkit LA Site Opens, Warren Operation Next

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WARREN, Ohio – Auto Parkit LLC plans to move forward with its proposed multimillion-dollar project in Warren although it might not be at the former Packard Electric Building on Dana Street Northeast.

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AUTO PARKIT ANNOUNCES LOCATION

AUTO PARKIT ANNOUNCES LOCATION FOR AUTOMATED PARKING OPERATIONS AT HISTORIC SITE

The city of Warren, OH and surrounding areas including representatives from the Governor’s Office turned out to attend Auto Parkit LLC’s news conference on the announcement to purchase 500,000 square feet of manufacturing, warehouse and office space to consolidate some operations in Warren, OH. The official news release, From Packards to Parking, is below.

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DRIVERLESS PARKING TAKES CHARGE IN VAN NUYS BUILDING

The future of driverless parking in Los Angeles was unveiled Thursday at a high-end Van Nuys apartment complex. The region’s first fully automated parking system lets drivers pull their car in to a bay, jump out and let the machines take over..

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Giving Parked Cars a Lift

The residents of a Van Nuys apartment complex are getting a taste of the future – Jetsons style.

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Hate Valet? Not to Worry; Help Is at Hand

But imagine a different world, one free of such proletarian strivers. You pull into your high-end condo building, drive your car onto a steel pallet and shut off the engine. The glass door of the oversized elevator closes and you and your car are whisked upward at 650 feet per minute.

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