There are 3,300 parking spaces at Crypto.com Arena-owned parking lots. More than 10,000 parking spaces are available within a seven to ten-minute walk to the district. These lots are privately owned and operated. Parking at these lots provides an affordable option to guests within a short walking distance. Rates and hours of operation in these lots vary and are controlled by private management of the individual lots.
Designated parking is available for guests with disabilities. These spaces, including van-accessible spaces, are designated for vehicles displaying a current state-issued disability placard or license plate. Please view our parking map for locations. Parking is on a first come first serve basis. For additional information and help please contact Parking Services at (213) 765-6815.
Parking LOT 1 and LOT C will open two and a half hours prior to the start of a Crypto.com Arena event. All other lots will open 90 minutes prior to the start of an event and will remain staffed 60 minutes after an event. No overnight parking or in-and-out privileges are permitted.
Space for oversized vehicles is very limited, therefore we recommend that all oversize vehicles such as limousines, buses, RVs make arrangements 10 days prior to the event. Please call (213)765-6815 to obtain a prepaid parking pass.
Oversized vehicles will not be accepted in LOT 1. Space permitting, oversized vehicles may be taken in other lots but will be charged an additional fee. General parking for oversized vehicles is sold on a first come, first serve basis and usually fills quickly.
There are a total of sixteen (16) Level 2 electric vehicle charging stations in the two parking facilities on the L.A. LIVE campus. The West Garage has 8 charging stations and is located at 1005 W. Chick Hearn Ct., Los Angeles, CA 90015. The East Garage has 8 charging stations and is located at 800 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90015.
The Auto Club is at Crypto.com Arena during LA Kings and L.A. Lakers home games (1 hours after game start to 1 hour after game ends) to provide fans with complimentary roadside assistance. Please contact the Crypto.com Arena parking office for details, (213) 742-PARK (7275). Vehicles requesting service must be parked in Crypto.com Arena parking lots. Certain restrictions may apply.
Designated Staples Center parking is available for handicapped guests that have a current state-issued disability placard or license plate. These accessible parking spots are located in the West Garage and the East Garage, as well as Lots 4, 8, 9, and 10.
There are sixteen EV charging stations in the two parking facilities on the L.A. LIVE campus. The Lot W garage has 8 charging stations (1005 W. Chick Hearn Ct) while the Lot E Garage also has 8 charging stations (800 W. Olympic Blvd.). It costs $1 per hour to charge for the first four hours, then $3 per hour afterward.
West Garage (Lot W, Gate B, Enter on Chick Hearn Court) is optimal for events lasting 3 hours or more. There is a flat rate of $10-$35 (depending on the event) payable upon entrance. Valet service is available for an additional fee. By parking here, you can stay as late as you wish.
When attending a movie at Regal L.A. LIVE, we recommend parking in the West Garage (Lot W) Gates E and F only, located south of Olympic Boulevard at Georgia Street and West Road. Regal Cinemas will validate parking for ticketed guests for up to 4 hours for $8 (must show proof of Regal L.A. LIVE movie ticket for the current day to receive validation and only one validation per vehicle). Bring your parking ticket to guest services to get it validated and then pay at the pay station.
Designated parking is available for guests with disabilities. These spaces are located in the West Garage, the East Garage, and Lots 4, 8, 9, and 10. All of these zones contain van-accessible spaces and are designated for vehicles displaying a current state-issued disability placard or license plate. For more information, Guest Services can explain the options for handicap parking to a deeper degree. Proof of California ADA registration may also be needed for such an interaction. Guest Services can be reached at (213) 742-7326.
Located in downtown Los Angeles, Crypto.com Arena is easily accessible from several major freeways and from a variety of public transportation options. There are 3,300 parking spaces at Crypto.com Arena with more than 16,000 parking spaces available within a seven to ten minute walk to the district.The exciting events hosted at Crypto.com Arena often attract large crowds. It is recommended that you plan your trip before you leave home and allow extra time for unanticipated delays due to traffic congestion, road construction, etc. Always follow traffic safety precautions when traveling to and from events.Other Parking
More than 16,000 parking spaces are available within a seven to ten minute walk to the district. These lots are privately owned and operated. Parking at these lots provides an affordable option to guests within a short walking distance.
Designated parking is available for guests with disabilities. These spaces, including van-accessible spaces, are designated for vehicles displaying a current state-issued disability placard or license plate. Guest Services can provide further information regarding parking access for guests with disabilities. We may require proof of California ADA registration. Please contact Guest Services at (213)742-7382.
Find the right lot that makes sense with your schedule, the frequency of your commute and parking space availability at your station. Parking facilities, rates and terms vary from lot to lot and are subject to change. Check back often to get the latest information about Metro Parking facilities.
Staples Center is a multi-purpose arena located in Los Angeles that is home to the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Los Angeles Kings, and Los Angeles Sparks. In addition, Staples Center hosts non-sporting events such as concerts, standup shows, award ceremonies, conventions, and more. Looking to go to a sporting event or concert at Staples Center ParkABM has you covered with the best parking near Staples Center.
This 269-space garage is located at 801 S Figueroa St, providing convenient parking for Staples Center and nearby shopping malls in Los Angeles. It is only a 10-minute walk from Staples Center! This facility is open 24/7 and offers daily & monthly parking to the public.
This 269-space garage is located at 700 S Flower Street in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles. It is only a 12-minute walk from Staples Center! This facility is open 24/7 and offers daily & monthly parking to the public.
This 269-space garage is located at 945 W 8th Street near L.A. Live & Staples Center. It is only a 12-minute walk from Staples Center! This facility is open 24/7 and offers daily parking to the public.
Passengers on the Blue and Expo Lines should enjoy Pico Station's unobstructed view of Staples Center while it lasts, because skyscrapers are coming. The Los Angeles Times reports that a group spearheaded by Jamison Services has agreed to purchase the 2.7 acre parcel at 1200 Figueroa Street, with the intention of building a residential-retail complex. Although an exact sales price is unknown, the new owners reportedly shelled out more than twice the $31 million that L&R Parking paid for the property in 2010. The land was formerly the site of a proposed development from the South Group, which planned for 648 condominiums housed within high-rises of 35 and 27 stories. Jamison Services (and friends) envision a project similar in scale. Plans submitted to LADBS late last year call for two 36-story towers, connected by a retail/parking podium. The Times also reports that entitlements may be amended to allow for the inclusion of hotel rooms and additional retail space. Jamison Services' project adds to the avalanche of proposed high-rise developments which have emerged near LA Live in the past year. Chinese developers have revived the Metropolis and Fig Central mega-projects, while Williams & Dame, Mack Urban and the Onni Group also have towers in the works nearby.
The best video available looks like it could have come right out of a Jerry Bruckheimer movie. It shows a formation of the helicopters descending past the Staples Center and into a small parking lot nearby where special operators quickly run out, strap on the MH-6's planks and fill a MH-60's cabin, and then take off again.
As you can see below, the landing site sits among a dense set of buildings, some of which are very tall. Even the parking lot that the helicopters quickly used as a landing zone has poles, trees, and wires that could spell disaster for a helicopter.
The parking lot they used sits next to an urgent care facility and if you look carefully in the video, one of the MH-6s actually lands inside the tight confines of the open court-yard like parking area.
When the proposed center was on the ropes, battling for approval from the City Council in the face of substantial skepticism, labor was there for the arena. The hotel and restaurant workers union lobbied its council friends, and the county labor federation weighed in on behalf of the center.
Still, one distinct advantage of holding an expensive ticket is parking. Those patrons will have slots beneath the adjacent Convention Center. For the rest, however, it may not be so simple. Although arena officials originally believed they would have 1,500 spaces under the Convention Center, that number has been slashed, leaving just 475 spaces available there.
So Staples Center parking gurus, who have spent more than a year on this issue alone, built their own lots and set up exclusive agreements with parking lot owners in the blocks near the arena. All told, the center has about 8,900 spaces, but some of them are four blocks away.
If the city Department of Transportation finds that the arena has created a traffic and parking impact of more than 10%