2ndKitchen Releases New 2021 Multifamily Amenities Guide

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2ndKitchen Releases the 2021 Multifamily Amenities Guide to Help Property Managers Improve Their Communities

“This guide shows how amenities are crucial to the success of multifamily properties. Communities must provide residents with the amenities they want - or risk losing residents to properties investing in upgraded amenities,” said Levi Olmstead, Director of Marketing at 2ndKitchen.

Today, 2ndKitchen released its new 2021 Multifamily Amenities Guide today.

The 38-page report covers the state of multifamily amenities and surveys current multifamily renters on how amenities influence their renting decisions. The guide comes at an important time where multifamilies and buildings are taking a closer look at the future amenities in light of COVID-19.

The new report focuses on a few multifamily topics surrounding amenities, including:

  • The demographics of multifamily renters
  • How amenities impact renting decisions
  • The most (& least) in-demand amenities moving in 2021
  • A buyer’s guide to multifamily amenities
  • How property managers can use this information to improve their communities

“This research report shows how amenities are crucial to the success of multifamily properties. Communities need to provide their residents with the amenities they want - or risk a high resident turnover rate to residential buildings investing in new amenities,” said Levi Olmstead, Director of Marketing at 2ndKitchen.

A few of the report’s key findings include:
87.2% of multifamily residents say amenities significantly impact their renting decision
90.3% of Millennial respondents said they would or would consider paying higher rent for better amenities.

Read the entire report for free on 2ndKitchen website: https://2ndkitchen.com/multifamily-amenities-guide

2ndKitchen is a Chicago-based food-tech startup, providing an all-in-one food amenity for multifamily communities. With 2ndKitchen, property managers can create a room service food menu powered by local restaurants and engage residents with onsite restaurant popups. 2ndKitchen has raised $4.35M in seed funding.

You can learn more about 2ndKitchen at 2ndKitchen.com

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