AmericaReal estate agency Campion and Company is selling a parking space in a luxury apartment complex in Boston for slightly more than a house.
With enough money to spare for an average home in America, someone would own a heated parking space in an underground garage at a junction on Warren Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts. Vehicles enter and exit from Warren Avenue, via a separate car elevator.
The parking area is located below a luxury apartment complex, where a penthouse once sold for $6.3 million. Particularly for the penthouse with two parking spaces in the garage.
Meanwhile, in Massachusetts, residents in the South End can get a street parking spot for a few dozen dollars a year. But parking outdoors means drivers will have to look after themselves, have to move their cars away when the streets are cleared, or have to shovel snow in the winter.
The parking space for sale is even more expensive than the average South End single-family home, with one sold in March for $362,000.
In Boston, despite the Covid-19 pandemic, the cost of living continues to rise. “It’s clear that Boston is becoming difficult for people to accept,” said Michelle Wu, city councilor.
In 2013, a female millionaire in Boston paid $560,000 to buy two adjacent parking spaces at an auction.
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