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Directions to the Klaus Advanced Computing Building

The Klaus Advanced Computing Building is shown on the campus map at (Search for Klaus) the address is:

266 Ferst Drive
Atlanta, GA, 30332

The closest visitor parking is the State Street Visitor Lot (Area 4) at the end of State Street and Ferst Drive on the left as you enter the parking area. This parking lot charges $2.00 per hour prepaid. Find the number on your parking spot and pay for the time you expect to be there at the machine in the lot. The machine takes bills or credit cards. You do not need to leave the ticket in the car. You can also pay with the Parkmobile app. If that parking lot is full you can park in the parking structure (Area 5) between State Street and Atlantic Drive on Peachtree Place NW. From the State Street lot go straight through the stop sign and you will see the parking structure on your right. Turn right at Peachtree Place NW and pull into the structure on the right. When park try to park at the Southeast corner and take the elevator or stairs down to the first floor. Walk up Atlantic (pedestrian only there) to the College of Computing Building.

If you park in the State Street Visitor Lot (Area 4) head east to Atlantic Drive and head South just past the College of Computing
Building shown in the picture below.
Turn left just past the College of Computing building and head down the stairs
and across the courtyard
to the Klaus Advanced Computing Building. Enter the building through the row of glass doors on the south
side of the building facing west. If the event is on the 2nd floor you can either take the elevator (however, on the weekends you need a buzz card to use the elevator)
or go up the stairs.

If you are coming from a hotel or from parking at the Georgia Tech Hotel the building will look like this:
Go up the stairs and turn left and enter the building on the left (the south side of the building) through the row
of glass doors facing the courtyard (see the picture above).

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