Beautiful views overlooking the High Line, a temperature-controlled subterranean den, terracotta floors and chandeliers.
With the rise of the seven-figure parking spot, some city cars now reside in digs the average studio-dweller would envy.
Here are five examples of cars that live better than you:
►These cars parked at 249 Tenth Ave. have a clear view over the High Line. A regular-sized vehicle can live at the Park-It garage there for $585 a month.
►Jerry Seinfeld's Porsches live in a temperature-controlled subterranean den, complete with pool table and kitchenette, a stone's throw from Central Park.
►Cars at 443 Greenwich St. will live among vaulted ceilings, terracotta floors and chandeliers. Spots run from $775,000 to $1.5 million.
►Park Avenue spots are among the most expensive in the city, running drivers $1,000 a month in the East 60s and 70s. Upper West Side monthly rates run to $600.
►Cars at 200 11th Ave.'s Sky Garage have their own private elevator and a view of the Hudson River.