How consumer tech is changing the way developers build condominiums

If you cannot afford a house in Vancouver but still want the luxurious lifestyle, developers are bringing some fun ammenities to their designs:


1. designated hot and cold food storage rooms for food delivered before you make it home from work

2.  designated spot for Uber and Lyft rides (not yet in Vancouver!)

3. a high-tech shared working space for those who want to work from home

4. an exercise room outfitted with a gym system that mixes arcade-style activities with fitness.


In 2014, condo developer Tridel partnered with Vancouver-based social networking business Bazinga, which runs a platform that lets condo residents chat with each other and building staff, book amenities, access important documents and receive news about their community.


As developers reflect on all the high tech they want in their own homes, they are bringing those ideas to their projects. It will be interesting to see what they bring to Vancouver in the future!

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