Developers misread the demand for ultraluxury condominiums and apartments and overbuilt. Consequently some markets have a glut of high end, high-rise residences, so they’re trying to attract buyers for these multimillion dollar spaces by tossing in add-ons as basic as parking and as lavish as a residents-only restaurant with a view on the 50th floor. Not to be outdone, a New York condo has a space on the 54th floor where residents can take their own chef.
Smart technology offers convenience at the touch of a finger, from smart lockers to apps for controlling speakers and lighting. Concierges and spas abound: for you, your car, your pet. But it’s hard to beat literally the coolest option: cryotherapy, which immerses the body parts that ail you in freezing air.