Developers' Next Play: Improv Acting Classes and Workshops for Children
Forget your basic yoga or spinning classes, some hotels and condos are offering unique resident-only activities, like improv comedy classes to writing classes for the little ones, to stand out from the competition. The fee is included in the monthly maintenance cost or annual dues, or a small add-on.
Down in Miami Beach, the Ritz-Carlton Residences converted the video game and media room into a more cultured art studio. Residents can take sculpture and painting classes as well as attend exhibitions and cocktail receptions. A spot in this complex unit ranges from $2M to $40M.
But if art isn't your thing, you can take comedy classes at New York's AKA Sutton Place or nature workshops in Spring Island, SC. The units may not be cheap, but who doesn't like a good joke with your luxury building? [WSJ]