Danville City Commissioners will select a design for the downtown parking garage at 4 p.m. Monday at City Hall.
The city's consultant firm, Bravura, will present four different concepts, some with four levels that will fit 250 spaces and the other with four and-one-half that will fit 300.
A four-level garage will allow retail space on the first floor. Without it there will be more spaces, but the city would lose revenue from the leases, said Julie Wagner, executive director of the Heart of Danville.
In the first phase of Bravura's study, consultants recommended that the garage be located behind the Hub-Gilcher building, did a traffic study, tested the soil under the site and researched environmental effects. That phase cost $101,000.