garage mahal


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garage mahal

A slang expression for an opulent parking garage.

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If that's not enough, Mud is thinking about WCMF's "Garage Mahal" (a play on the Taj Mahal) giveaway for those with a "man cave" craving.
When the Union Station municipal parking garage was built in 2007 it was dubbed "Garage Mahal'' because of its then-exorbitant $21.5 million price tag.
He's also known for having the trust of so many famous faces by hosting The Great Ride on FOX Sports, CBS Sports with Ashley Hartman, and his own show on The DIY Network called Garage Mahal. Currently Corsetti is producing the first and only 3D Entertainment show called In The Qube for Sony Pictures.
His shop, which one customer dubbed the "Garage Mahal," boasts a comfortable waiting area, a classroom for the shop's four technicians to receive periodic continuing education from visiting instructors, and even a spare office with a computer and two WiFi connections for customers to get work done while they wait on repairs.
Talk about a Garage Mahal! Harold "Barney" Myer and his wife use their garage for the normal purposes of storing equipment, having a shop and parking the car, but they've added an extraordinarily elegant entertaining space.
To finance the deal, he eventually got a seven-story, 500,000-squared-foot garage -- Boston's largest, dubbed "Garage Mahal" -- built under the handsome new park.
Brian has hosted GARAGE MAHAL for D.I.Y., Victoria's Secret TV for CBS Interactive, and The Paul Mitchell Celebrity Sports Invitational for Fox Sports Net.
Critics of the $21.5 million building once called it the "Garage Mahal," but the city's newest and spiffiest parking structure is getting good reviews as it rises in a prominent spot next to the Union Station transportation hub near downtown.
At $40,000 per space, the planned Union Station parking garage is aptly nicknamed the Garage Mahal. The city could easily cut construction costs by at least $4 million, or $8,000 per parking space, by rebidding the project and opening it to all contractors, not just union shops.