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In Boston, parking spaces, particularly garage spaces, are scarce, especially in older neighborhoods like Beacon Hill where streets are tight and automobiles were not yet invented when the neighborhood was being established.

Garage parking at Beacon Hill’s Brimmer Street Garage

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Demand for Boston parking is fiercest on Beacon Hill, as many of the 18th and 19th century homes do not have their own designated parking spaces.

Brimmer Street Garage represents the most exclusive venue to capture a parking space in the historic Boston neighborhood. The garage was converted into a “condominium” in 1979, making individual parking spaces in the garage deeded pieces of property that can be bought and sold. In 1979, single parking spaces were being sold for $7,500, and now, area residents are paying upwards of $500,000 to lay claim to one of the most exclusive parking spaces in Boston.