5 Residential Buildings for the Remote Entrepreneur
9 November 2017
“Last year, 43 percent of Americans spent time working remotely, a number that is certain to increase as we move further into the digital age. Developers are taking notice, integrating new amenities that seamlessly blend work and play. The following five standout properties include everything from dedicated coworking spaces to privately managed fiber-optic Internet networks. Purchasing a residence at any of these communities will ensure residents stay connected with colleagues and clients while enjoying the creature comforts of home.
This luxury Chicago high-rise (1000M) offers three distinctive coworking areas: First, surround yourself with classic literature and expansive views in the 11th-floor Library Lounge. Second, connect with nature between conference calls and meetings by setting up shop at Club 1000’s ivy-adorned winter garden. (The Club also has a full-service bar for longer work days.) Lastly, the picturesque sun deck allows you to take meetings right by the pool. The privacy and serenity extend to the residences, which have enhanced sound control in the walls and floors for quiet living when it matters most. The 323-unit building starts at $557,000 for a one-bedroom and goes up to $8.5 million for a four-bedroom penthouse.”
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