The Hamilton Scotts apartment building has created the En Suite Sky Garages as an alternative to underground parking spaces, as are typical in most high-rises.
To park, residents pull into a designated spot and then use a biometric thumb scan to send the car to the appropriate apartment, where they will sit behind a glass wall off the living room.
'It's done in such a way that it's a museum showcase, it's not just a car park,” the CEO of real estate development firm KOP Properties said.
The building offers 54 three-bedroom apartments and two “uber luxurious penthouses”, priced between $7.5 and $24 million.
Besides the sky garages, the building boasts the standard features of high-end apartments including a gym, meeting rooms, jacuzzis and an outdoor pool.