Tag: amenities

Rental prospects rank top amenities they want in a multifamily property

The option of in-unit laundry left other amenities out to dry—cleaning up as the most in-demand apartment feature that renters seek, with 3 out...

Apartment cleaning service expands business model

Lapa Lopa, an innovative cleaning service exclusively for apartments, has launched a new app for cleaners, whether individuals or cleaning companies. Operating in the...

The crystal ball of data

In the opening scenes of The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy runs away from her Kansas home and promptly encounters Professor Marvel, a seedy, itinerant...
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The Clean New Deal

A year or so ago we mentioned a start up by apartment veteran, Howard Behr. Wharton grad and world traveler, Behr spent a large...

The Grand at SkyView Parc offers exclusive in-house spa services

The Grand at SkyView Parc, located in Flushing, Queens, offers a unique amenity that is uncommon among developments. Residents have exclusive access to The...

To top it off

Developers are working overtime to squeeze outdoor amenities into their new apartment buildings, even in urban neighborhoods where the only place to put an...

6 ways Millennials are influencing the multifamily market of the future

From apartment design and amenities selected, to the size of the units and the technology incorporated within them, this generation, which is anticipated to...

In the lap of luxury

Atlanta-based Catalyst Development Partners recently opened Helios Apartments, a 282-unit community, also in Atlanta. “Helios Apartments evolved out of a desire to provide in-town residents...

Which amenities matter to renters?

As the building boom in downtown Chicago rolls well into another year, competition among developers in attracting new renters has hit a fever pitch....

Product placement finds an apartment

Many students arriving at their new student apartments this fall are being greeted by corporate promotions ranging from concert invitations to discounts on Uber...

Trends 2015: What’s hot and what’s not

“The top trend in multifamily design in 2015 is high rise,” Mark Humphreys, CEO and founder of Dallas-based Humphreys & Partners Architects, L.P., said...

Student housing earns high marks

Resort-style swimming pools, tanning salons, fitness centers, sand volleyball courts, fire pits, cafes with wood-burning fireplaces, and bedrooms with walk-in closets and private baths...

Room with a view

Katie Graham moved into a new apartment in Nashville, Tennessee, for its gym, rooftop deck with heated pool, and the bars and restaurants in...

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In Key Biscayne, Fla., Oceana Key Biscayne is constructing a private restaurant with globally-inspired cuisine that's dedicated to the buyers of its units priced...

Composting: coming to an apartment near you

The building on West 57th Street in Manhattan is part of a pilot program in which residents separate food scraps from the rest of...

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