In This City, A Parking Space Costs At Least Rs. 6 Crore

One parking space in Manhattan sold for $750,000 (Rs 6,12,69,183) on a $16 million -apartment . The German-built self-parking system can lift and shuffle vehicles .

In metro areas, parking is a problem.According to CNBC, futuristic parking spaces hidden deep underneath some of New York's most luxurious apartment buildings can cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars.Nevertheless, these parking spaces are only available to residents of the buildings.One parking space in Manhattan sold for $750,000 (Rs 6,12,69,183) on a $16 million -apartment.

The first is located in Manhattan's Gramercy Park, which has 24 automated parking spaces.The German-built self-parking system can lift and shuffle vehicles.Not only that, the cars can also deliver cars automatically.The car will be delivered in about 2 minutes and 15 seconds, according to Lori Alf, a Florida-based real estate broker at Douglas Elliman.As crazy as it may sound, a resident said that the robot turns the car for you.

Celebrity residents reside in these spacious homes.Listing agent Julie Pham told CNBC that they liked the idea that you didn't have to interact with a valet or an attendant, or that anyone could sneak in right behind you, according to a Bloomberg poll.Last year, car ownership in NYC increased by a whopping 224 percent as a result of Covid disease, which compelled people to abandon the subway.Featured Video Of The DayWatch Arvind Kejriwals Townhall: Give Me CBI For One

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