That's cool, I just park on the curb.
$300,000 Per Spot Robotic Parking Garage In New York City

This is a video of CNBC journalist Ray Parisi highlighting a robotic parking garage below the 121 East 22nd building in Manhattan where spots cost $300,000+ to own. An RFID tag lets the system know which car pallet to retrieve, then either brings you your car, or the empty pallet to deposit your car onto, which it will then store in its subterranean vehicular vault. It also turns your car around in the process so it’s always returned to you facing outward, so there’s no need to reverse. That’s a nice feature, because if there’s one thing I’ve learned about rich people, it’s that they will 100% back into you and drive off without stopping.