Luxury builders are going after the pet-loving, jet-setting crowd by offering lavish amenities to their four-legged friends.
We’re talking about rooftop dog parks, doggy salons and pet-friendly club rooms. The Wall Street Journal spotlights luxury highrise condos in four cities where pet services are part of the package.
It’s a trend that appeals to city-loving Millennials, as they tend to treat their pets like children and spend money on their furry kids.
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- The Austonian in Austin, Texas offers a 600 square foot outdoor dog park on the 10th floor and a self-serve grooming room with bathtubs and table.
- MiMa in Manhattan is home to Dog City, a members-only club that caters to the building’s doggy residents and their people.
- City Market at O in Washington, D.C. offers “yappy hour” mixers for people and pets.
- Finally, when it opens next year, the Ritz Carlton Residences in Miami Beach will feature a leash-free dog park and a pet spa that provides grooming and dental care.
Suddenly the doghouse doesn’t sound so bad.