The humble garage. When it was first conceived, it seemed like a fine idea: an enclosed space in which to park the family cars and protect them from heat and cold, rain and the occasional passing seagull. But somewhere along the way, the idea of a traditional attached garage has been run off the road.
Rather than hosting cars, garages have been outfitted with pool or ping pong tables or arcade games and transformed into an entertainment space. Or they have been made into home gyms, complete with a set of bar bells and maybe a treadmill that if only the person who bought them would use the darn things a bit more often, there would be no reason to go to the next higher pant size.
Guys have also gotten carried away and decided that it would be even better if they could use their garage as a makeshift shop for do-it-yourself auto service or modifications — filling the space with tools, test instruments and undrivable vehicles with their parts scattered all over for months at a time.
And in what little room may be left, your guy has likely squeezed in camping gear, sports equipment or what have you. In other words, just about anything that you won’t let him bring into the house, he stashes in the space where you’d like to simply park your car.
Ladies Love Garages Too
But lest you laugh a little too loudly, ladies, we see you looking longingly at your garage space as well.
Unless you’re a car gal — and there are a growing number of those today — your interest in the space may have nothing to do with motor vehicles. But we know that you’re filling it with boxes of Christmas ornaments, clothes and shoes you’ve removed from your closet but can’t part with, furniture, extra kitchen items, and who knows what else? Where does all this stuff come from?
In the meantime, your family’s cars are looking lonely and exposed parked in your driveway or at the curb.
Bring Your Cars in from the Cold
It’s time to take your garage back!
Garage Unlimited of Monterey offers unique Monterey garage storage at Ryan Ranch near the airport. At Garage Unlimited, you’ll find car and storage condos ranging from about 750 sq. ft. to 2,700 sq. ft. of space. This will let you clear out your home’s garage space, so you can finally park your cars where they belong. These garage condos are ideal for:
- Storing and tinkering with cars or motorcycles to your heart’s delight
- Storing a variety of household items such as seasonal decorations, extra furniture for a future vacation home, your kids’ college furnishings, boxes of personal files, and more
- Storing business equipment or supplies
- Parking a large luxury motorcoach, RV or boat
These spacious Monterey garage storage units have ceilings that reach almost 26 feet and the roll-up doors have clear heights of approximately 14 feet. Further, because you’re purchasing a car condo — not a traditional self-storage unit — you can cash in on today’s historically low interest rates to keep your payments manageable. You also enjoy a likelihood of appreciation as property values rise around the Monterey Bay.
Further, every Garage Unlimited of Monterey unit is built with a mezzanine, which is the perfect place to create a luxurious personal retreat that might include a large-screen TV, built-in bar or other conveniences. Think of spending a Sunday afternoon in this luxury and convenience enjoying auto racing or football with friends with similar interests!
The Monterey Car Storage Condos Are Selling Fast
No doubt these car storage units sound like a great way to finally be able to use your garage at home. Then, you won’t be surprised by how fast these are selling.
Already, 19 out of the 46 garage storage units representing more than 28,000 sq. ft. of a total of 65,000 sq. ft. have been sold. And construction on the car and storage condos won’t even begin until April — with the opening set for next summer.
Don’t wait! Make the drive to Ryan Ranch this weekend while there’s still a good selection of Monterey car condos. To learn more about Garage Unlimited of Monterey, please contact Ernie Lostrom of Lostrom & Company, at (831) 646-1000, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.