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Greenwich Village Parking Spot Costs $1 Million, Report Says

By Paul Lomax | May 21, 2012 9:28am

GREENWICH VILLAGE — A $1 million private parking spot is expected to hit the Manhattan real estate market in the fall.

The parking spot at 66 E. 11th St., which is attached to a $120 million luxury condominium, will even have its own deed and sales contract, and will be subject to maintenance fees, according to the New York Post. The space will either be belong to an 8,000 square-foot duplex with a 3,000 square-foot terrace, or a top-floor penthouse, the paper reported.

The parking space is part of an eight-story prewar loft building that was purchased by property developer Morad Farred last year who is planning to convert the former parking garage into luxury condos.

The apartments are expected to feature 15-foot high ceilings, with shower water that will be pumped out with vitamin C and aloe and each condo will even feature heat reflexology flooring, the paper reported.

Donnell Jones, 30, who works at the Avis parking garage close by told DNAinfo.com New York, "I'm really interested to see who moves into the building. I'd also like to see what the garage will look like inside."