Where is Icon Parking Corporate office Headquarters

Icon Parking Headquarters Address and Contact

Icon Parking Headquarters Location & Directions

Icon Parking Headquarters Executive Team



Jerry Skillett


Michael Mermelstein


Paul Regan

Senior Vice President of Operations

About Icon Parking, History and Headquarters Information

If you are in New York you are definitely aware of the parking issues regarding your vehicles in the city. Icon parking is the Manhattan’s largest parking operator. They have over 300 locations all around New York and Manhattan and they have been in this service of operating vehicle parking since 1947. The headquarters of the company is in 165 W 66th Street, New York of United States of America. The company was founded by the Whitehall Street Real Estate Funds and a key personnel of the company is Jerry Skillet. The company now has advanced so much that it is now accessible through apps in order to get parking facilities. Icon parking comes the first in providing unsurpassed parking services to the city residents, visitors and tourists who want to visit the city’s numerous public places like restaurants, theatres, concert halls etc. The company values customer’s passion, inspiration, integrity, trust and providing excellent service.

Icon Parking Headquarters Photos

  • Angelica says:

    Hello so I had my car at Icon parking on pearl street 299 pearl street to be exact and there is a guy named Jose and some others I think it was Lewis idk how to spell it but they were extremely rude because I addressed them about a dent in my rear bumper amd little did they know I’m bilingual and they were talking a whole bunch of nonsense about how I’m stupid and I came wit the car like that and I’m ugly and all this but mind you I just bought this car about 2 days ago with 85 miles on it so how did I leave with it perfect amd brand new to then a dented car they are extremely rude they started to talk shit about me for no reason and all I asked was why it was dented and this isn’t my first time having a disrespectful encounter with these guys and before you say why do you keep going back to this garage it closest to my house

  • >