Try to park at the convention center for a big art show or graduation, and you might get directed to a grass lot or the parking garages across Okeechobee Boulevard.
And the situation is expected to get worse, especially with an affiliated hotel finally headed toward construction next door. That’s why county officials have ramped up talk about a parking garage for the convention center, a project that would cost $50 million to $60 million and anticipate future expansion of the convention center.
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