Luxury Apartment in Singapore Lets Residents Park Their Supercars in Their Living Rooms


Parking is limited in Singapore, so a skyscraper designer came up with a way for wealthy Hamilton Park residents to park their supercars in their living rooms.

In 2012, a 30-story complex was built where apartments cost between $9.1 and $22.7 million. The architect then designed an innovative way of parking the more expensive luxury and supercars. Residents simply drive their 200mph motors into a biometrically-controlled lift at the base of Hamilton Parks on the city's swanky Orchard Road. From there, it looks like key codes/cards tell the lift to which floor and apartment number to deliver the cars.