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May 15.2020
Here are the best examples of virtual NYC apartment tours using Matterport, Asteroom, Listing3D, and Realync
Before the coronavirus pandemic, it was rare to rent or buy an apartment in New York City without visiting it first.
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April 14.2020
Green with Envy
In the days of quarantine and social distancing, fresh air is the ultimate luxury – and that couldn’t be more pertinent to New Yorkers who are cooped up in small apartments.
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September 26.2019
Coworking Comes Home: New Apartment Buildings Include Shared Office Space

For many people, WeWork has become synonymous with coworking, the trend it helped popularize: allowing people to work remotely while sharing a well-designed office space with other digitally connected professionals. But lately WeWork has become synonymous with other things, too: an IPO attempt that crashed and burned, an eccentric and ousted CEO, charges of corporate malfeasance. Yikes! But get past the headline news and you can see that the seismic shift in the relationship between work and the office can't be stopped. Coworking is here to stay—and housing is evolving to fill that need.

In a bid to lure the kind of young, well-educated, relatively high-earning residents who are most likely to do remote work, developers are increasingly offering coworking space as a residential amenity. They're integrating conference rooms, lounge areas, and lightning-fast Wi-Fi into their new condo and rental buildings, and even going back to previously built ones to add those amenities.“The percentage of people that work in the office 40 hours a week is dwindling—and that means they need a network of locations to get their work done,” says Julie Whelan, head of occupier research for commercial real estate firm CBRE. Her company predicts that "flex space," which includes coworking companies like WeWork and Industrious, could account for as much as 20% of total U.S. office space by 2030.

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