Unidentified Person Buys World's Most Expensive Parking Space A luxury building in Hong Kong says it sold one of its coveted parking spots for $1.3 million, breaking the record for most expensive parking spot. That breaks down to almost $10,000 per square foot.

Unidentified Person Buys World's Most Expensive Parking Space

Unidentified Person Buys World's Most Expensive Parking Space

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A luxury building in Hong Kong says it sold one of its coveted parking spots for $1.3 million, breaking the record for most expensive parking spot. That breaks down to almost $10,000 per square foot.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Finding parking in any city can be a pain, right? And after circling the same block over and over, it's easy to wish for a convenient reserved spot of your very own. A luxury building in Hong Kong just reported selling one of its coveted parking spots for $1.3 million, breaking the world record for most expensive parking spot. In case you are doing the math at home, that breaks down to almost $10,000 per square foot. It's MORNING EDITION.

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