LOCALS now have a place to park and check their wellbeing when in Glen Waverley.
Health Minister David Davis recently opened the $17.3 million Euneva Complex — a multi-storey car park above a community health centre.
The multi-storey car park with 351 short-term spaces is expected to ease the pressure on Kingsway's traders and customers.
"With the Euneva car park now open, we will be able to meet the demand for parking in this area for many years to come," Monash mayor Micaela Drieberg said.
"We've planned ahead to meet future parking demands, which will only increase as Melbourne's population grows, as local restaurants get even more popular and as Glen Waverley continues to develop."
The complex's ground floor will be the new home of the MonashLink community health service, which will offer community services such as exercise classes and counselling.
Mr Davis said: "With increasing demands from an ageing population and growing rates of chronic disease, community-based health services such as MonashLink play a vital role in the continuum of care."
The new Euneva Complex is on Euneva Avenue, near the Glen Waverley railway station, off Kingsway. Parking is free. For a video on how to get to the complex, visit monash.vic.gov.au.