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Construction Begins at Monterey Motorsport Park

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Upscale garage-condo complex scheduled to open in the second quarter of 2019

MONTEREY, CA, USA, September 5, 2018 / -- MONTEREY, September 5, 2018 — Monterey Motorsport Park — a high-end garage-condo facility and car community designed to appeal to car collectors, motorsports enthusiasts and primarily automobile-related businesses — has broken ground along Highway 68 adjacent to Monterey Regional Airport. The 86-unit, 90,000 sq. ft. complex with luxury garage-condos ranging from around 700 sq. ft. to 2,100 sq. ft. is expected to open in the second quarter of 2019.

“There’s a huge demand for this type of facility on the Monterey Peninsula,” said Gordon McCall of McCall Events — co-host of McCall’s Motorworks Revival, the gala that annually kicks off Monterey Car Week, and a co-founder of The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering. McCall is also a member of the Monterey Motorsport Park development team. “Most people are fortunate if the beautiful home they purchase comes with a two-car garage. If you’re a collector, this complex will provide space that you own — not rent — to safely keep your cherished cars, motorcycles and the memorabilia that goes along with them.”

Monterey Motorsport Park Design Creates Unique Car Community
The design of the individual garage-condos lends itself to the creation of a unique car community. Approximately one-third of the square footage in each unit is allocated to a mezzanine 13 feet above the garage floor, accessible via an interior staircase. These spaces are ideal for a personal office or plush leisure retreat with large-screen TV, wet bar and comfortable seating area — set above where owners will store their vehicles and other personal or business items and materials. This will encourage owners to hang out at the Monterey Motorsport community on weekends or race days — enjoying the company of friends or wrenching on their cars.

While most of the individuals who have invested at the complex to-date are personal collectors or racing fans, Monterey Motorsport Park has also been approved for a limited number of small businesses. One of the first to make plans to move here is McCall Events. Gordon McCall plans to use his space to run his business and as a showplace for his stunning collection of cars and motorcycles — and his artist wife, Molly, will also use the space as a gallery for her acclaimed works. The complex has been approved for a range of business uses that are low impact in terms of traffic, parking and water usage. That includes approval for car dealerships to buy and sell vehicles to select clientele.

“Monterey Motorsport Park is the solution on so many levels for motorsports aficionados and car collectors,” McCall remarked. “I honestly don’t think a buyer will ever regret investing here. But those who don’t take advantage of this opportunity will really have missed the boat.”

These are not your typical garages. The attractive facility will feature clean lines and stone wall treatments. The complex is fully fenced — with abundant lighting, access-controlled entry, video coverage of the entire perimeter and unit entrances, and proactive 24x7 monitoring and guarding. Connections will be provided for owners who want Internet access, or to arrange for phone or cable television hookups. Oversized rollup doors will make moving cars in and out efficient — and a number of the condos can accommodate larger vehicles such as motorcoaches or boats. Additional walk-in doors will enable easy access for owners and their guests.

Reservations Already Exceed 50%
The overwhelming need for luxury vehicle storage on the Monterey Peninsula has driven high demand at the community before the first shovel of dirt has been turned. Already, more than 50% of the space at Monterey Motorsport Park has been spoken for. Interested parties are strongly advised not to wait to check out the remaining selection of garage-condos. Tours can also be arranged anytime at Monterey Motorsport Park’s predecessor, the sold-out Garage Unlimited of Monterey.

The general contractor on the project is SWENSON, which is also part of the development team for Monterey Motorsport Park. Construction financing has been provided by Santa Cruz County Bank.

For more information or to reserve a luxury garage-condo, prospective owners should contact the facility’s brokers — or Gordon McCall or Ralph Borelli:

• Dennis Chambers,, (408) 605-6760
• Josh Jones, Cushman & Wakefield,, (831) 647-2106
• Ralph Borelli, Borelli Investment Company,, (408) 521-7117
• Gordon McCall, McCall Events,, (831) 372-9311

For further information or to view renderings, visit the facility’s website at

Ralph Borelli
Monterey Motorsport Park
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