MyPark Saves Your Spot At Mall of Georgia

Miami-Based Technology Company Debuts Premium Self-Parking App to Ease Your Shopping Experience

MIAMI, Florida (June 11, 2018) – MyPark, the Miami-based parking solutions provider used by malls, private and public garages and property management companies, today announced their partnership with Simon’s Mall of Georgia, modeled after an old-fashioned Georgia town square in Buford.  MyPark will debut their on-demand, mobile, premium self-parking service for shoppers and visitors.

The expansion will feature a total of 20 new spaces at a key location within the property. The MyPark app provides guests with the ability to choose a premium spot by the mall entrance with the simple touch of a button. The service will be made available to the public starting this Friday, June 15.

Mall of Georgia

  • Section A, 20 spaces (entrance by the Food Court and Pottery Barn.)

Spaces can be booked on demand or reserved in advance, through the app, for $3 for up to two hours and $3 each additional hour. MyPark-trained attendants are on-site during the launch period to help customers download and navigate the app and assist with any parking questions.

“MyPark’s expansion into the Mall of Georgia is a testament to the continued growth and success of the self-parking service,” said Luis Mayendia, President & CEO of MyPark. “The Mall of Georgia is known as a staple for many in Buford, so with the Simon properties team, we wanted to make the shopping experience was even more enjoyable with MyPark.”

This shopping center joins Lenox Square, another Simon Property in Georgia, and others around the U.S. that have implemented the unique parking amenity for guests, in which shoppers can reserve a prime parking spot both when and where they need it, directly from their smartphones. The solution eliminates the time and effort exerted driving up and down the parking aisles in search of an ideal spot near a desired store entrance.

Users can go to the website and click on the links to their respective app stores or download the app directly from the Android or iOS stores, register and tell the app where and when they would like to park. Then they choose the section they want (the best spot is selected automatically by default) and confirm their reservation. Once users arrive at their reserved space, they simply tap “Let Me In” on their iOS or Android device and the unique MyPark reservation device will lower to give them access.

“Simon Properties is committed to reinventing the entire shopping experience and our partnership with MyPark allows us to do just that,” said _____.  “MyPark’s technology keeps shoppers engaged and coming back by providing them with convenience and overall better experiences.”


Currently available at select malls throughout the country, MyPark will further enhance guest parking ease and satisfaction for mall shoppers with its new in-app validation feature. Retailers and restaurants can now offer their guests MyPark’s premium parking validations to drive more customers into their locations.

Guests simply park in a MyPark designated spot and visit a participating merchant, who will pay for their session. The system gives shoppers an incentive to visit a specific retailer and provides retailers a new way to reward their customers.

To learn more about MyPark and to download the app, visit the website.


To celebrate MyPark’s debut at Mall of Georgia, the company is offering a free trial of the program for first time users through the use of promo code “MYPARK1” which can be entered upon downloading the app and registering. Users will be able to enjoy their entire first session free of charge.

To learn more about MyPark and to download the app, visit the website.


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About MyPark

MyPark is a revolutionary IoT solution that enables the monetization and control of premium parking spaces at high traffic, high value spots, while offering the user the most convenient and fun way to park. We accomplish this by combining our unique MyPark device with our user friendly reservation and payment app, making MyPark a complete solution for providing convenience as well as a powerful management tool. MyPark, which has two unique and patented technologies is used by malls, private and public garages, and property management companies, MyPark solves the hassles of crowded parking lots and garages and brings greater efficiency, enforcement, monetization and user control to the parking process. The system operates in an autonomous fashion reducing operating expenses while improving the customer experience. Founded in 2013 in Miami, Florida, MyPark is a South Florida owned, designed and engineered platform with national presence.

About Mall of Georgia

The Mall of Georgia® features over 200 local, national and international stores offering everything from women’s and children’s apparel to jewelry and home electronics. Mall of Georgia’s retail roster includes shops such as Apple, Belk, Dillard’s, JcPenney, Macy’s, Von Maur, Brighton Collectibles, Coach, H&M, Michael Kors, Pandora, Pottery Barn, Swarovski and Vans –all in a welcoming, climate-controlled indoor shopping and outdoor entertainment complex like no other.

Mall of Georgia offers a variety of exciting dining options from sit-down restaurants such as The Cheesecake Factory, Marlow’s Tavern, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, Buffalo Wild Wings, and Tin Lizzy, to grab-and-go choices including Chick-fil-A, Checkers, Charley’s Philly Steaks and Taco Bell. Mall of Georgia serves the nearby communities of Buford, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, Gainesville, and Lawrenceville, and is conveniently located off I-85 and Exit 115 (GA 20).

About Simon

Simon is a global leader in the ownership of premier shopping, dining, entertainment and mixed-use destinations and an S&P 100 company (Simon Property Group, NYSE: SPG). Our properties across North America, Europe, and Asia provide community gathering places for millions of people every day and generate billions in annual sales. For more information, visit


Alessandra Gonzales, Carve Communications for MyPark
+1(786) 337-3026

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