— If you thought $1 million should be enough for a house ... well, it probably should be. But that’s actually the asking price for the first million-dollar parking space in New York City, at 66 E. 11th Street.
What makes it so special?
“It’s for someone who wants complete privacy,” its realtor sad, with “a curb cut at the street” and a private entrance into the building. It’s just 12 feet by 23 feet — big enough for one car — but it could fit two if the owner installed a “car elevator.” (What’s another few thousand?)
The space is expected to go to one of the owners in the building, an eight-story prewar loft that will soon be home to six luxury condos. And the available parking space is far from the building’s only amenity: The water in the showers, for example, will be “pumped full of Vitamin C and aloe.” — Agencies