Today Augusta celebrates the completion of two new features at the Georgia Cyber Center. The Hull McKnight building opened just five months ago, making the Garden City a leader in cyber security.

We’ve seen it under construction for month, and now it’s finally opening. The Georgia Cyber Center’s parking garage is bringing 750 new parking spaces downtown.

The $100 million Cyber Center is the largest investment to date in cyber security by a state government.
The brand-new parking garage is costing the city $16.5 million. During work hours, cyber workers, students and visitors will occupy the spaces. After hours and on weekends, people can pay $7 to park.

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