The White House Garage is close to many nearby Hotels. Whether you are just travelling or on business, the garage is within walking distance of many great hotels.
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The Financial District is the city’s business center. Among the skyscrapers that dominate the skyline is the striking, spire-topped Transamerica Pyramid building. There is a wealth of happy-hour hot spots and elegant date-night destinations, including the classic Tadich Grill, the city’s oldest restaurant. The Jackson Square Historic District features remnants of the Barbary Coast, a 19th-century red-light district.
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Monthly Parking Agreement – Please Read
This agreement licenses applicant one (1) access card for the entrance, exit, and parking of one (1) vehicle at a time. Failure to comply or issuance of a transient ticket may result in additional parking fees billed at the prevailing rate. The monthly rate is $405.00 and a $32.00 fee applies for set up, reissuance, or reactivation. These rates are subject to change and are not prorated. Payments are due prior to card issuance or usage and by the FIRST DAY of each month by credit card or check made payable to The White House Garage with the card number noted and dropped at the designated box or mailed to 223 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA 94108. No bailment is created. Owners, managers, contractors, employees, parent companies, subsidiaries, and affiliates are not responsible for any vehicle loss, collision, fire, theft, accident, loss, or damage to the vehicle or its contents. Applicant acknowledges the Garage does not offer reserved parking and agrees to park within marked stalls and as far forward on wall stalls as possible. Use of valet services may be required to accommodate vehicle. Garage reserves the right to move vehicles regardless of whether the key is present. Vehicles left beyond thirty (30) days without notice are subject, but not limited, to immobilization or impound at owner’s expense. Either party may terminate this agreement with thirty (30) days written notice.
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