Many of these garages listed are owned by people who have made uncomfortably high amounts of money and have purchased some of the most expensive cars they can find. But, when you think about it, these people aren't just building garages for their cars — they are building palaces. Check out these amazing garages that will have every car lover drooling with envy.
This 16 car-garage sits beneath a modest two-bedroom house in Washington. The garage features a car lift to showcase the cars on the second floor.
Automotorplex, Minneapolis, Minnesota
The Automotorplex is a luxury garage community for car collectors to showcase their rides. Units can be built to each individuals liking.
Asahikawa Garage, Hokkaido, Japan
Looking like something Bruce Wayne would own, this garage might lack the bright lights of others, but makes up for it with it's beautiful and bold geometric-industrial design.
Hamilton Scotts Reignwood, Singapore
Each unit in this luxury high-rise features a glass garage adjacent to a living room. The cars are lifted in to place by a complex system of elevators. Of course, it had to be complex.
Point Dume, Malibu, California
This 7,000 square foot garage is located in Malibu, which is considered by many as the most prime real estate area in the country. The realtor for this house said this isn't a garage — because it looks the part an auto museum.
A man purchased this old machine tool factory in Chicago and rehabbed it in to this Las Vegas-themed garage. The garage is 5,000 sq. ft. and located beneath a 8,000 sq. ft. modern loft.
Fairfield County, Connecticut
This $1 million dollar garage was built as the ultimate man cave. It features a car lift that goes down to the second floor, conveniently next to a 700-bottle wine cellar.
T-Bone House, Stuttgart, Germany
Named after the T-shaped top of the house, the garage is featured underneath one of the "arms" of the T. The garage is surround by glass, giving the owner a great look at the horizon.
Scubert House, Los Angeles, California
Holdger Scubert loved his Ferrari so much, that he built a bridge between his driveway and his living room. There's no better show piece for your living room than your prized Ferrari.
Kre House, Tokyo, Japan
Designed by Japanese architects called the "Number Fives," the basement is one giant garage that lifts a single car in to the living room. That's right, you can't drive into this garage.
Garagenatelier, Herndern, Switzerland
Built in to a hillside in Switzerland, this concrete/glass garage gives a unique nature vs. machine take on the modern garage as a beautiful, juxtaposed showcase for vehicles.
Ashley Road, Santa Barbara, California
Another house that was built for the car lover who can't stand being too far from their car, the Ashely Road house showcases your collection right from your living room.
Hillcrest Road, Beverly Hills, California
This garage is adjacent to the living room and includes a turntable for you to showcase off your most prized car from every angle. If you happen to have $85 million burning a hole in your pocket, then this might be right up your alley.
Although not one of the most glitzy garages on this list, it might be the most efficient. Since Tokyo is overcrowded, this house was designed to have the cars lower down from the roof to save space. The cost may be a tradeoff not worth it to most car lovers.
Chicago, Illinois 1936
If you've always wanted to park your car in a giant, automated elevator, look no further than — the past. Yes, this giant mechanical pillar stacked cars one by one like really stable Jenga blocks for the whole world to see.