Living Large In Small Apartments

September 2, 2014

Renters used to live by the mantra “the bigger, the better,” but many are sacrificing square footage in order to live in luxury apartment towers whose expansive amenity spaces serve as an extension of individual residences. According to the Chicago Tribune, developers like Taylor Johnson clients Fifield Cos. and M&R Development are seeing strong demand for studio, convertible and one-bedroom apartments at buildings like K2 and 73 East Lake. Click here to read more about this emerging trend and the impact it’s having on the design and development of new apartment buildings.

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Luxury rental towers like K2 offer a mix of smaller studio, convertible and one-bedroom apartments.


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