How Much Would You Pay for a Parking Spot in Boston?

Four parking spots on the market right now.

A space is for sale at Wilkes Passage in the South End. Photo provided.

In news we’d rather avoid, the 2016 Old Farmer’s Almanac is forecasting an unusually harsh winter for most of the nation, including Boston and New England. It’s time to turn your attention to winter vacation planning, or in another wise move, to shop for a heated garage parking spot.

Prices may induce sticker shock, but a parking spot can add to the value of an existing neighborhood property and (most importantly) help you avoid the space-saver dance during tough times.

A valet garage space at The Metropolian in Chinatown: $45,000.

A space in garage at Tremont on the Common with a 24-hour garage attendant: $50,000, plus a monthly fee of $122.

A garage space on Harrison Avenue in the South End: $55,000, plus a monthly fee of $48.

A garage space at Wilkes Passage on Washington Street in the South End: $70,000, plus a monthly fee of $55.


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