As every San Franciscan knows, parking is a hot commodity in the city. Luxury home creator Troon Pacific designs its homes with show-stopping garages to show off beautiful collections, whether that means luxury cars or world-class art.
Designed by Snøhetta, the same architecture firm that designed the San Francisco Metropolitan Museum of Art, Troon Pacific’s Residence 2895 is built for car connoisseurs, giving buyers the option to show off their cars like art. The out-of-this-world garage boasts a mezzanine entrance with a 12-car garage, separated by three levels from the main home; vehicle turntable to show off every side of an automobile; museum lighting to beautifully spotlight a car collection; dedicated charging spots for Teslas; and car vaults for storage, easy mechanic work and the possibility for car washing.
Troon Pacific’s other homes also have unexpected perks for car collectors. The ±12,200 square-foot Residence 2582 which is organized on three levels and is situated on a unique triple-width lot, equivalent to 4.62 standard lots, for example, includes a light-filled garage with cobblestone flooring, expansive windows, over 10-foot ceilings, art lighting, and room to fit a collection of cars without stackers.