The Mandarin Oriental, Atlanta is at the forefront of trends and technology in luxury high-rise living. Below are links to three noteworthy real estate stories that caught our eye recently.
Over-the-Top Amenities Are a Given in Today’s Luxury Condo Buildings by Michele Lerner of The Washington Post.
“In the most luxurious buildings, the homeowners have several homes around the world, so housekeeping services and top-notch concierge services are extremely important,” says Teplitzky. “Even more important is to have a private dining room staffed with a chef: That’s the most exclusive restaurant in town, since you have to be a resident to dine there.”
It’s in the Numbers: Luck and Superstition Sell Luxury Real Estate by Anne Machalinski of Mansion Global.
“’Because the Chinese buying power has been so huge over the last couple of years, numbers have been really important,’ [Rogers] said. ‘But with China clamping down on outgoing funds, that that might change. If we had this interview in another two or three years, it might be quite a different story.’”
Luxury Home Trends: Eco-Living in Luxury Housing via SoCal Luxury Real Estate.
“As people become aware of their environmental impact and want to live healthier, eco-friendly housing becomes more and more popular, and luxury housing is a forerunner for innovative ways to be eco-friendly.”