Haywood Mall

Haywood Mall has partnered with a parking-solutions provider to launch an app called Express Parking by MyPark. The app launched Nov. 21 and offers convenient parking options to help combat holiday traffic. 

Express Parking by MyPark provides a quick and easy way for mall shoppers to pick up, exchange or return items, or reserve spots in front of specific entrances. Reserved spaces are then accessed by users when they tap the “let me in” buttons on their smartphones. 

“Parking is always top of mind for shoppers, especially during the holiday shopping season which starts next week on Black Friday,” said Luis Mayendia, CEO of MyPark. “Our technology allows visitors to enjoy their dining or shopping without spending time trying to find that perfect spot. We’re thrilled to bring MyPark to Haywood Mall and we are certain that shoppers will enjoy the amenity.”

Express Parking by MyPark offers complimentary parking for the first 30 minutes and then charges $3 per hour thereafter.

The four entrances where MyPark offers reserved spaces at Haywood Mall are:

  • Near the food court entrance.
  • Near Saltwater Kitchen.
  • Near The Cheesecake Factory.
  • In the upper-level garage, near Dillard’s.

Haywood Mall joins 28 other shopping centers around the United States that have implemented the Express Parking by MyPark parking solution.

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