WATCH: Amenities masters in action

Meet the meditation, canine and feng shui gurus that NYC's top developers have enlisted to help appeal to buyers and renters in today's oversupplied market

New York /
Aug.August 22, 2019 08:00 AM

Private tutoring, kids concierges, meditation, dog services and more. New York developers are throwing more and more cash at amenities and services to lure in buyers and renters in today’s increasingly tough market.

While fitness centers and concierges have long been mandatory for luxury condo buildings in New York, today’s services have taken things to the next level. The Real Deal recently wrote about the phenomenon — check out NYC’s amenity battleground” for the full story — but now we’re taking you to the front lines to meet the gurus who make it all happen.

Watch here to meet the canine expert, the mediation master and the feng shui connoisseur who are responsible for putting these amenities into action for three of the city’s top developers.


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