You really have to feel sorry for rich kids living in cities. Because even if their parents own an incredibly rare Ferrari 250GT, it will be parked in the underground garage beneath their luxury building, and their children will never achieve spiritual growth by sending the car over a precipice like Cameron did in Ferris Bueller's Day Off. The car would have to be parked somewhere on an upper story, preferably on the same level as their tony apartment, in order for the kids to experience this kind of gravity-based emotional catharsis.
Thankfully, architects from around the world have been working to solve this problem, as we first saw in 2009 with NYC's En-Suite Sky Garages. And now there's a German counterpart in CarLoft, "an innovative lifestyle and parking concept" for "an exclusive apartment complex in Berlin."
"I love that the interior designer chose to put one of these hot Edison bulbs so close to my head!"
The drive-in elevator can conveniently, effortlessly whisk your priceless exotic up to any level of the building, leaving you free to force your glum adolescent to ascend via the staircase. In this manner you can properly lay the groundwork for their next bout of self-exploration.
"Stop smiling, Gunther, I'm not kidding! Get out and take the stairs!"
The properties' asking prices are not listed, and it's presumably very expensive. You may be asking yourself if you can afford to buy in. But the question should be: Can you afford not to?