Westfield Southcenter Launches Popular MyPark Service Just In Time For Last-Minute Holiday Shopping

Customers can now reserve a premium parking spot prior to or upon arrival at the largest mall in the Pacific Northwest

Seattle, WA (December 19, 2019) – MyPark, the popular Miami-based parking solutions provider that partners with malls, private and public garages and property management companies, announces the launch of its service at Westfield Southcenter. The service will be made available to the public starting on Thursday, December 19, 2019.

“We are excited to expand the customer amenities here at Westfield Southcenter with the new addition of MyPark as we continue to put our customers’ needs first!” said Jason Dyer, the shopping center manager.

MyPark spaces are an affordable option for shoppers, with premium spaces able to be reserved for $3 for the first two hours and $3 per hour thereafter. This much needed solution eliminates the time and effort exerted driving up and down the parking aisles in search of an ideal spot near a desired store or restaurant entrance. The launch will include three designated sections and a total number of 18 spaces in key locations within the property, including:

  • Section A, 6 spaces (Near Sears)
  • Section B, 5 spaces (Near Trapper’s Sushi Co.)
  • Section C, 7 spaces (Near Moctezuma’s Mexican Restaurant)

“MyPark is providing convenience to customers across the nation and we are thrilled to bring our unique service to Westfield Southcenter and the Seattle area.” said Luis Mayendia, CEO of MyPark. “This amenity will significantly enhance the overall shopping and dining experience for guests, just in time for the holiday season.”

This shopping center joins 30 others around the U.S., including Mall of America, Westfield Garden State Plaza and King of Prussia, which have all implemented the helpful parking amenity so guests can reserve a prime parking spot both when and where they need it, directly from their smartphones.

To reserve a space, users can go to the usemypark.com website and click on the links to their respective app stores or download the app directly from the Android or iOS stores (search MYPARK). After they register, tell the app where and when a parking spot is to be reserved. 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.



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 Westfield Southcenter

Westfield Southcenter is Seattle’s destination for an abundant choice of Northwest-inspired fashion, dining and entertainment. Located at the junction of the city’s two most heavily traveled highways (I-5 and I-405) and just minutes from SeaTac International Airport, the property is the largest shopping center in the state of Washington. The center features a premium blend of nearly 250 national and regional brands including Nordstrom, Uniqlo, Lululemon, Michael Kors, Sephora, Apple, Gene Juarez Salons & Spas, LUSH, LEGO, a 16-screen AMC Theatre with IMAX, superb full-service restaurants — including the award-winning Taiwanese dumplings at Din Tai Fung — and a dining terrace featuring dramatic views of Mt. Rainier.


Alessandra Gonzales, Carve Communications for MyPark