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#21 2ELIAS6

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Posted 23 March 2013 - 08:29 AM

Im always nervous about parking blocms from the arena and walking at night... I dont know what the surrounding area is really like but me and about 7 buddys went to a game a few years ago somehow someone managed to get us lost and next thing i knew we were in the ghetto.
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Posted 23 March 2013 - 08:47 AM

Im always nervous about parking blocms from the arena and walking at night... I dont know what the surrounding area is really like but me and about 7 buddys went to a game a few years ago somehow someone managed to get us lost and next thing i knew we were in the ghetto.

 


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Posted 23 March 2013 - 10:31 AM

Im always nervous about parking blocms from the arena and walking at night... I dont know what the surrounding area is really like but me and about 7 buddys went to a game a few years ago somehow someone managed to get us lost and next thing i knew we were in the ghetto.


Yeah, I wouldn't mess around trying to save twenty bucks on parking for risk that you're car gets busted up.


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Posted 23 March 2013 - 11:03 AM

Im always nervous about parking blocms from the arena and walking at night... I dont know what the surrounding area is really like but me and about 7 buddys went to a game a few years ago somehow someone managed to get us lost and next thing i knew we were in the ghetto.

You'd have to walk so far out of the way to be in a really bad area. So long as you stay from Halsey to the ironbound, you're fine. Don't walk past Lincoln Park either. Other than that and even then, it's not THAT bad. Past Halsey it heads towards the University Center and the path towards that area is fine, I would avoid anything beyond Norfolk just past NJIT or, like I said, towards Clinton and Elizabeth Ave by Lincoln Park and even then, you're probably fine until you get to the Exxon over there, then it gets sketchy toward Irvine Turner and the 78 on-ramp.

If you want to be close to the arena, but not pay a ton to park, go for the lot on the side street next to the TD between Market and Raymond or look around between Broad and Halsey or just further down on Mulberry. Any of these places you cannot really get lost walking to or from.


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Posted 23 March 2013 - 11:58 AM

thanks for the help fellas i will keep all this in mind the next time i drive in.
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Posted 23 March 2013 - 11:11 PM

I always park a few blocks down Mulberry for the $15 parking.  There are always a ton of other people making the same walk from the arena so it's safe.


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Posted 26 March 2013 - 10:14 AM

I always park a few blocks down Mulberry for the $15 parking.  There are always a ton of other people making the same walk from the arena so it's safe.

If you're talking about the lot at 299 Mulberry (next to that court building or whatever it is), you can prepay online for $11.99 at www.parkwhiz.com.  That's what I do and that's where I park.


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