Park Slope lives up to its name, offers $300K parking spot

845 Union Street, Brooklyn (credit: Google maps)

Never before has the name Park Slope been more apt.

A parking spot in the Brooklyn neighborhood has just hit the market and it’s asking $300,000.

The space, at an indoor garage at 845 Union Street, comes with its own listing on Brown Harris Stevens. “End your parking woes forever!” it reads. “No more circling looking for a space, no more parking tickets, no more shoveling out your car from a snowdrift. It’s time to purchase a parking space and simplify your life.”

It goes on to note the courteous and professional staff of attendants who are there 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Additionally a valet pick up and drop off service and hand car washing is available for an additional charge.

But don’t think that owning a parking space doesn’t come with its own set of fees, snap up this lot and you’ll be looking at $240 in maintenance and $51 in taxes monthly.

To keep things in perspective, you could buy this two-bedroom co-op in Inwood for around the same price.

Of course, this has got nothing on the entire parking garage that just sold in London for $26 million.