I was intrigued and amused to read an article about the Gate Tower Building in Osaka, Japan. It's a 16-story office building with an expressway off-ramp driven clear through it! The Sun reports:
The fifth, sixth and seventh floors of the building are taken up by the Umeda Exit of the Ikeda Route of the Hanshin Expressway system.
The highway is the tenant of the floors and actually pays rent.Gate Tower Building, Osaka, Japan (image courtesy of Wikipedia)
The lifts in the building pass through the floors without stopping, floor 4 being followed by floor 8.
The motorway does not make contact with the building and it passes through as a bridge, held up by supports next to the building.
There's more at the link. Here's what it looks like to drive through the building.
I have to admit, it's a neat way to make use of the space available for road transport . . . but the thought of a road paying rent to a building is a bit mind-boggling!