Luxury residential properties across the country are catering to parents who took on more childcare during the pandemic while juggling remote work. Offices closed, as did daycares and schools, leaving many parents to pick up the slack. The Waterline Square condominium in New York City offers a 4,600 square foot indoor playroom for kids, and another Florida building includes a 4,000 square-foot kid’s pool and on-site kid’s club. Palazzo Della Luna wrapped up construction last year and includes Kidville Cove, an experiential play area for children featuring a kid-sized yacht, pirate ship, and costumes.
But if that child’s residence happens to be in Palazzo Della Luna on Fisher Island, the pleasures increase exponentially. That is because the high-end condominium is among those offering kid-friendly amenity spaces, in this case a space called Kidville Cove.
What kind of development would incorporate a child-centric amenity? In the case of Palazzo Della Luna, one where the kid-focused versions are just some of the building amenities. A 10-story boutique development completed last year, the property features 50 three- to seven-bedroom homes, with price tags ranging from $6.5 to $40 million.
Six-star service is at the beck and call of all residents, and the cornucopia of luxe amenities ranges from the highly functional to the downright whimsical.
Interior amenities begin with multi-lingual concierge services within a sumptuously furnished south lobby; a waterfront lobby lounge offering white gloved butler-serviced Aperitivo bar; an intimate reading lounge; resident-exclusive restaurant; private treatment and massage suites; beauty salon offering hair, makeup, manicure and pedicures; media room furnished with luxury seating for private viewings; business center offering videoconferencing services; fitness center and valet parking.