by Sergio Chidichimo
In the not-so-distant past, flashy amenities were a primary way to catch the eye of discerning renters. The more the amenity exuded the ambience of a relaxing, resort-like experience, the better.
While rooftop decks, hotel-inspired swimming pools and posh courtyards still hold value, they no longer serve as tiebreaking factors to renters—at least not as prominently. The work-from-home boom has given residents more of a practical approach when seeking amenities, and co-working spaces, private workstations, reliable Wi-Fi and conference rooms are often more important than a panoramic rooftop view.
Read Sergio Chidichimo’s article in UNITS Magazine.
Categories: Amenities, Ops/Marketing, Property Management
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