Hidden deep below some of New York City’s most luxurious apartment buildings is an exclusive world of futuristic parking spaces where high-end vehicles are parked and retrieved by robotic parking machines. CNBC’s Ray Parisi shows you what it’s like to drive a car into an intelligent-parking system where a single spot starts at $300,000.
I don’t think this is a bad deal, condo fees are reasonable and by comparison some Back Bay condos with outdoor parking space is almost the same amount. At least with this parking space you don’t have shovel snow unlike many Back Bay and Beacon Hill parking spaces for almost the same amount.
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