Set in Miami Florida the 300-car garage is made largely using concrete and glass and with a parking complex a cool restaurant and ocean views from the terrace it is a lot more than just a garage.
We are always on the hunt for ways in which we can extend the living area of our home and turn unused spaces into efficient and multitasking areas. With the home office increasingly becoming a must in residences across the globe the space for a dedicated home work area is one that many are left searching for.
If you’re not shy about strangers visiting your garage on the morning of a sale displaying items here is not a bad idea. You can set up for the sale all week then simply raise the garage doors when it’s time for the event to start. Voila!
The innovative spiral turbines extend from the base of the parking space to the roof and their corkscrew design taps into whatever wind power is on offer.
My last tips involve making life easy for yourself the day of the sale! The first tip: to keep track of the time. The time really does fly and it’s good to know when the sale is winding down so you can start reducing prices on items if need be.
Let’s talk signage. Have you ever been searching for a garage sale only to get lost along the way? And then get so frustrated that you turn the car around and head to another sale–one that guides you there with clearly labeled signs?