LifeAt's Online Communities Revolutionize Neighborhood Interaction

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Embracing the 21st Century Neighborhood - A Fresh Concept in Traditional Community

We are dedicated to creating personalized sites for each property to suit the growing needs of our clients and building developers

Move over Facebook and MySpace. is pioneering a new way for people to talk and interact online.

In a time when people spend the majority of their day online, LifeAt technology enables people to connect with their home, their neighborhood, and the businesses and services they use in an entirely new way. Instead of communicating with virtual strangers across great distances, LifeAt uses technology to reconnect people to their own life.

LifeAt creates customized, password-protected websites for residential properties, providing a safe and dynamic exchange for people within their apartment buildings or suburban communities. LifeAt is more than just a social networking website. Users can create personal profiles, find residents with similar interests, post pictures, and discuss a wide variety of topics on LifeAt forums. Residents can rate and review neighborhood businesses and services that cater to their community.

For real estate developers, property managers, building owners, home owners associations and condo boards, LifeAt can be used to reach out to residents easily and effectively, eliminating the need to develop their own custom intranets or websites. LifeAt also brings the virtual community into the real world, with sponsored events including LifeAt launch parties to encourage neighbors to meet, and Marketplace exchanges, where residents can buy, sell and barter goods without the hassle of a shipping fee or going to the post office.

Residents have taken the LifeAt platform and made it their own, using the website to promote their parties, book clubs, professional networking groups and mother's clubs. Developers and owners have been equally responsive to an amenity that allows them to showcase their property, optimize the residential experience and build the feeling of community.

"We are dedicated to creating personalized sites for each property to suit the growing needs of our clients and building developers," says Matthew Goldstein, Chief Operating Officer at LifeAt. "Using tools that offer unrivaled access, residents can learn about their building, their neighbors and community in a way they never could before."

Matthew Goldstein is a 28-year old entrepreneur who is passionate about technology. After looking at the thriving real estate market and social networking phenomenon, he helped create LifeAt to answer the need for an online networking site in residential buildings. Mr. Goldstein, who has been with the company since its inception in January 2007, was originally hired as the Director of Business Development. In his new role as second-in-command, he oversees the daily growth and manages the ever-changing needs of this fast-paced technology company. LifeAt is now the only social networking website in the real estate industry.

Founded in January 2007, LifeAt ( is a New York-based company, which is offered at some of the most prestigious addresses nationwide including Philippe Starck's 15 Broad, 20 Pine and The Orion in Manhattan; the Blue Miami and the Gables Marquis in Miami; and 340 on the Park in Chicago. LifeAt plans to add 600 more properties within the next two months to their rapidly growing list of participants. They currently work with 450 buildings across New York, New Jersey, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois and Florida, with rapid growth across the United States including Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, California and Washington D.C., and international expansion.


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