Four Factors For Planning A Post-Pandemic Amenity Renovation

April 6, 2021


Even as vaccines become more readily available and signal a possible return to normal, multifamily experts still anticipate long-term lifestyle trends will emerge from the pandemic and shape renter preferences in the future. We recently pitched a byline on this topic from Taylor Johnson client Mary Cook, president and founder of Mary Cook Associates, discussing what owners and operators should focus on to ensure their renovation project optimizes existing amenity spaces to meet renters’ post-COVID priorities. Read the full article in Heartland Real Estate Business for Cook’s insights on four key factors to consider, from how to take coworking spaces from ho-hum to high-performance, to why “revenge events” will put social gathering spaces in the spotlight.

At Riverworks, an apartment community in Phoenixville, Pa., Mary Cook Associates incorporated a large garage door that opens into one of the building’s lounge areas. Indoor-outdoor amenity spaces are likely to be more popular in a post-COVID world.


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