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Amenity Watch

A rising demand for rentals from slightly more affluent people (can't quite afford to buy, looking to downsize, don't wanna be chained down, whatevs) has led to newer rental buildings offering luxury amenities unusual for the rental world, like dog parks, wine tastings, vegetable gardens and concierge-like leasing offices. Of course, the Great Recession of a couple years ago, when people scored cheap rentals in buildings originally meant to be luxury condos (with luxury condo-level amenities) might've had something to do with it too. [Sun Sentinel]