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Hospitality in the multifamily space refers to the level of service and amenities offered to residents in an apartment community or other multifamily housing development. In recent years, there has been an increasing focus on elevating the hospitality experience in multifamily housing as developers and property managers seek to attract and retain residents in a competitive market.
Multifamily properties incorporate hospitality elements by offering a range of amenities and services similar to those found in hotels or resorts. This can include fitness centers, pools, outdoor grilling and eating areas, business centers, and services such as package delivery and dry cleaning.
The other aspect of hospitality in multifamily is the customer service provided to prospects and residents. This can include responsive maintenance and repair services, concierge-style assistance with tasks such as booking plant watering or dog walking services, and regular social and recreational events for residents.
In addition to amenities and services, some multifamily properties also incorporate technology to enhance the hospitality experience. For example, some properties offer virtual tours, online leasing options, and innovative home technologies that allow residents to control various aspects of their living environment from their phones, such as thermostat settings and access to delivery services.
Overall, the trend toward hospitality in the multifamily space is driven by the desire to create a more comfortable, convenient, and enjoyable living experience for residents. Multifamily properties can differentiate themselves by offering a wide range of amenities and services and excellent customer service.
About Mike Brewer
My mission is to tease out the human potential in the multifamily space.