‘Super Garage’ on Sunset Strip includes McLaren 765LT lease

$16 million brings penthouse residence, 5-car garage, supercar and even a child’s McLaren

0
McLaren 765LT
Buy the penthouse and its garage and you get to drive a McLaren 765LT for a year | McLaren North America photos

Pendry Residences West Hollywood, a luxury residential development on Los Angeles’ famed Sunset Strip, and McLaren Automotive North America have announced Super Garage. Pay $16 million and you not only get Terrace Estate 608, a 2-story penthouse, but the Super Garage and a 1-year lease of a McLaren 765LT supercar.

Oh, there’s also a private elevator connecting the garage and the penthouse.

And McLaren will include one of its new ride-on electric-powered McLaren Senna children’s car.

The ‘Super Garage’

“The garage offers ample space for up to five cars, a private washroom, and a design allowance for the purchaser to customize the garage as they see fit – including an option to create the ultimate McLaren garage designed by EYRC Architecture in collaboration with McLaren Automotive,” the partners announced. 

“We are excited to partner with McLaren Automotive North America as they share the our dedication to an unparalleled luxury experience,” Tina Necrason, executive vice president for residential properties for Montage International, is quoted in the news release.

“Los Angeles residents are passionate about their cars and our Super Garage offers one discerning owner the opportunity to house their most prized vehicles in a space that is as luxurious as the Residence itself,”

West Hollywood residence building
Penthouse view of the LA skyline

 “Through our collaboration with McLaren, Pendry Residences West Hollywood further elevates the residential living experience in Los Angeles,” says Tina Necrason, Executive Vice President, Residential, Montage International. 

RELATED:  New York high-rise homes come with new Aston Martin DBX

“Los Angeles residents are passionate about their cars and our Super Garage offers one discerning owner the opportunity to house their most prized vehicles in a space that is as luxurious as the Residence itself,” Tina Necrason, Executive Vice President, Residential, Montage International, was quoted in the news release. 

Advertisement
A former daily newspaper sports editor, Larry Edsall spent a dozen years as an editor at AutoWeek magazine before making the transition to writing for the web and becoming the author of more than 15 automotive books. In addition to being founding editor at ClassicCars.com, Larry has written for The New York Times and The Detroit News and was an adjunct honors professor at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here