How Building Urban Micro-Communities Can Lead To A Better Living Experience
In partnership with the 101 W 15 by Stonehenge, we explore how interactive and enhanced spaces are the future of apartment rentals.
Living in an urban center can often be an alienating experience, especially if one moves to the big city to start fresh. Likewise, finding a group of likeminded people in that city can be a difficult task, particularly on top of an already busy work schedule. Faced with these particular hurdles to successful urban living, 101 W 15 by Stonehenge, located in Chelsea, has been working to envision new ways to bring its residents together, and hopefully build a better living experience.
Bubbly Hour champagne tasting on the Ritz Plaza rooftop