It is one of the most popular destinations in Braintree.
No, not the South Shore Plaza, Thayer Public Library or one of the town's locally-owned restaurants.
The MBTA garage at Union and Pearl streets, of course. With 1,322 parking spaces and no vacancies by 7 a.m. most weekdays, the garage can be harder to get into than a night club, and may be just as valuable.
A 2012 assessment put the property's worth at more than $22 million, according to records kept by Patriot Properties, which stores data from the Board of Assessors on all real estate in Braintree, along with a number of other towns.
The 6.5-acre site is owned by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, which also owns a number of other properties around Braintree, including land on Quincy Avenue, Allen Street and more parcels on Union Street.
Another MBTA-owned Union Street property (Patriot Properties does not include a specific address) is listed at 15 acres with a value of $2.4 million.
Average weekday availability at the Braintree garage is less than 1 percent, according to the MBTA's statistics. It also feature 30 bike spaces and 22 handicap spaces.
The building itself is worth nearly $6 million, according to Patriot Properties, while the land is valued at $16.2 million. It opened in 1980.