Making Plans for an Apartment Complex? Include These Amenities to Attract More Renters
If you’ve decided to open an apartment complex, you need to know what amenities will help you attract the best tenants. You don’t need to compete with every building in the area, but you should turn to them for inspiration as you begin to look at what most complexes offer. More than individual features, apartment building owners need to consider what type of lifestyle they want to help their tenants cultivate. These are just a few suggestions you may want to consider.
Working out is a part of many people’s routine, and getting in shape is also a on many others’ bucket lists. When you have an on-site gym, people will be more likely to feel inspired about the prospect of living in your complex. Those who regularly exercise already will love the fact that they can save money on a gym membership and not have to sacrifice fitness in the cold winter months when commuting isn’t always an option. Others who want to begin exercising will now find it easier than ever, and they’ll see your complex as an opportunity to start improving their lives in more ways than one.
Green spaces such as parks have the added benefit of boosting property value. Families with children and pets will love having an outdoor space to visit and play in. You can use the park as an opportunity to cater to your residents’ lifestyle; are they typically established adults who want a relaxing place to lounge, wine and dine, or are there lots of young families that would appreciate a dog run and playground equipment? You can even take things a step further and go ultra-green by including a community garden for tenants to plant, tend and harvest their own herbs and produce.
It’s great if you have washers and dryers in every unit, but even if you don’t, you can add laundry on-site that makes it easy for tenants to perform one of the most basic and essential household chores. In addition, a laundry room can boast larger washers and dryers that will easily allow tenants to run heavier loads. You may also want to add vending machines that sell common laundry products; teaming up with a local dry cleaner and tailor will allow you to extend the highest quality of service to your building’s residents.
Remember to focus most on your average tenant’s needs first — think functional before fun. People love flair, but high-quality functional amenities that make their daily lives more convenient are more likely to make the sale.
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