Hamilton Scotts En-Suite Sky Garage Luxury Apartments in Singapore

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Living in the city is great, but urban dwellers know all too well what a pain in the ass parking can become. Well the team at real estate development company KOP Properties in Singapore had an innovate, yet expensive, approach to the problem with their en-suite sky garage.

Currently the En-Suite Sky Porches are residing within the Hamilton Scott luxury private residence in Singapore, and these things are absolutely stunning. The garage system shuttles your vehicle up an elevator parking them right inside your living room. Security precautions have been taken in the form of a fingerprint scanner over an encrypted system to ensure no one can steal your vehicle. So how much does this type of luxury cost exactly? Well a luxury apartment with two park spaces will set you back $7.5 million, while a penthouse house equipped with a four car garage will cost you about $24 million.

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