Parking Panda

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Parking Panda
IndustryOnline Parking
FoundedBaltimore, Maryland, 2011
FounderNick Miller, Adam Zilberbaum
Area served
United States, Canada
ProductsOnline and Mobile Parking Applications

Parking Panda is an online parking service that allows drivers to find and reserve parking in advance. In addition to providing drivers with mobile and web applications to find parking, they also help parking garage owners manage their inventory. Parking Panda launched and is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.[1]


Nick Miller and Adam Zilberbaum founded Parking Panda at the first Maryland Startup Weekend in 2011.[2]

After taking first place at Maryland Startup Weekend, Miller and Zilberbaum were accepted into the inaugural ER Accelerator Summer 2011 program in New York City.[3] During the program, they built out their first online and mobile platform that allows drivers to reserve daily parking. Since launching, their service now includes both monthly and event parking at private garages, lots, and valets.


Coupled with their online reservation platform, Parking Panda also provides a free iOS and Android mobile application, and a Windows desktop application.

Parking Panda also provides a platform for owners to manage their parking operations.[4]


In addition to partnering with garage owners, Parking Panda partners with companies, events, and venues. Notable partnerships include Amtrak,[5],[6] professional sports teams,[7] the Target Center,[8] and the Verizon Center.[9]

Media Coverage[edit]

Parking Panda has been featured by major publications including the New York Times,[10] Wall Street Journal,[11] Mashable,[12] Slate,[13] and Tech Crunch[14]


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