QA Graphic

Largest Parking Garages in Metro Boston

Parking Garage sizes for various lots in the Boston area.

There are lots of places to park in Boston. I thought it would be interesting to find out the size of the parking garages in and around Boston.

These were gathered from various sources:

  • Websites that manages the parking facilities - Not all facilities list parking spaces. Is it a big secret?
  • City of Boston - Lots of outdated information
  • - Didn't always show the accurate information.

Parking Garage

Lead the Field - Prudential Parking Garage

The Prudential Center Garage biggest claim to fame is they are the "Largest Parking garage in New England with 3,600 spaces." Actually the largest garage in New England is the Mohegan Sun garagewith spaces for 13,000 vehicles.

Parking Garages in the Boston Area

Here's an interesting list of other parking garages sizes in and around Boston. This information is accurate as of December 21, 2017.

Copley Place Garage 1,400 spaces
100 Clarendon Street Garage 2,000 spaces
Boston Commons Parking Garage 1,350 spaces.
Motor Mart Garage 1,037 parking spaces Once the largest Parking Garage in the World!
Government Center Garage 2,310 spacesAlso known as the One Congress Garage.
Harbor Garage (New England Aquarium)1,300 spaces
Parking Garage at North Station / TD Boston Gardens 1,275 spaces
Boston Museum of Science Garage 850 vehicles
Logan International Airport Central Garage 12,000 vehicles 1,700-spaces were added in 2016

Some Parking Garages along the MBTA routes:

Alewife Parking Garage 2,733 spaces
MBTA North Quincy Station 1,206 spaces
MBTA Wonderland 1,862 spaces
Amtrak Garage on 128 2,589 Spaces

Other Notable Garages

  • Disneyland parking garage holds 10,000 vehicles.
  • Disney Springs Strawberry Lot holds 1,130 vehicles.
  • Largest garage in New York City is the garage at Pier 40/West Street with 3,500 spaces
  • The West Edmonton Mall in Alberta, Canada holds the record for the largest parking structure in North America with 20,000 spaces.



Add Comments




There are many interesting things and places around Boston, MA that you should know about. Here are a few that caught my attention. From historical sites such as the USS Constitution Museum, the Freedom Trail, and the iconic Fenway Park, to modern attractions like the New England Aquarium, the Boston Public Market, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, there is something for everyone. Whether you are looking for a fun family trip or a romantic getaway, Boston has it all.


SaturdayInternet Tools
SundayOpen Topic
Monday Media Monday
WednesdaySnagIt for QA