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Red and beige Eco-Priora combine for a distinct pattern, with parallel streetlights leading to the underground parking lot.
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Red and beige Eco-Priora pavers form unique, shapely patterns against the red brick exterior of the enclosed parking lot.
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Red and beige Eco-Priora pavers continue around the corner of a red brick parking garage with a garbage can on the side.
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A sidewalk of red and beige patterned Eco-Priora pavers between cars parked in an outdoor lot and the wall of an enclosed parking garage.
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Cars are parked in front of a parking garage in an outdoor lot with raised curbs of red and beige Eco-Priora pavers, lights and a hydrant.
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Church Street Parking
Project type
Parking Lots,
Permeable
Location
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Libertyville, IL
Application
Pedestrian, Permeable
Style
Geometric

Church Street runs along Libertyville, a village in Lake County, Illinois, and acts as grounds for weekly summer Farmer’s Markets and the Libertyville Days Festival. In addition to landscaping in the form of decorative lighting fixtures, a new parking lot and open space has been added to the streetscape in front of a town building. Focused on creating a sustainable solution and mitigating the area’s flooding problems, the permeable paver Eco-PrioraTM was used for the walkway surfaces, to reduce stormwater runoff allowing rapid penetration of water into the sub-base and subsoil. These permeable pavers bring together the benefits of environmentally green paver systems, while complementing streets with their aesthetic design and following the architectural patterns of the building that fronts the paved road. Introducing such parking lot improvements leads to significant reductions in stormwater management costs, an increase in a property’s marketability, and the beautification of the village streetscapes.

A car is  parked in front of a parking garage in an outdoor lot with raised curbs of red and beige Eco-Priora pavers, lights and a hydrant.
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Red and beige Eco-Priora pavers continue around the cornerr of a brick building, matching the red brick exterior.
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Red and beige Eco-Priora combine for a distinct pattern, with parallel streetlights leading to the underground parking lot.
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