BALTIMORE — Repairs are underway more than two weeks after a parking garage partially collapsed in downtown Baltimore, trapping dozens of cars.
According to property owner, Banyan Street Capital, the infrastructure of the attached 10 story office building at One East Pratt Street has been deemed safe.
Several cars still remained stuck as of Tuesday.
Plans are in place to shore up the parking deck ramp this week, so cars can start being removed.
Debris are expected to be cleaned up later this month.
The garage was last inspected in July of 2017.
No one was injured in the collapse.