We believe that a grocery store, or any store larger than a simple convenience store, would be a great addition to downtown Ithaca, NY. The one problem is that we already have a problem with parking that we have to deal with, and our space is limited. We need to find adequate solutions for both of these problems if we are going to continue with this idea. The question I pose is, "What have other grocery stores done to combat the typical suburban style supermarket with ground level parking in an urban setting." I am positive that there is similar example somewhere in the many larger cities of America, but I am not sure as to where to find them. Please, are there any ideas and/or examples?