Once you have the most basic things in place and have turned the garage into a more livable setting it is time to turn your attention to the style and efficiency of the space.
The 300000-square-foot vivid structure stands out during the night and can accommodate over 900 cars along with also offering a bicycle parking area. Innovation both in terms of form and functionality come to the fore here in California.
Minimalism is a key element in the design of this urban home where bright and bold colors seem almost non-existent. There is a monochromatic white backdrop and it feels like a beautiful empty canvas where life and the specific interest of the homeowner take center stage.
Beautiful interiors with separate ramps for both entering and leaving mean there is little room for getting lost. The transparent nature of the building ensures that you never feel claustrophobic; like in the case of many other old parking lots. Beautiful and brilliant!
We can already hear a few people muttering “But this was finished in 1964”. Absolutely right and designed by architect Bertrand Goldberg the twin towers we well ahead of their time.
Speaking of making your sale stand out another way to do this is with I know–you paid $25 for an antique bottle at an estate sale and you know it’s worth even more than that. But this is a garage sale.