At the same time that some apartment buildings are emphasizing those weird pre-technological places called libraries, others are boosting up their tech teams to plug you in when you move in.
Related, the real estate developers behind MiMA and One MiMA Tower, has implemented a technology concierge service that will handle tasks from hanging televisions to troubleshooting a home office network, The New York Times reports.
Although The Observer has only been privileged of seeing the kind of trap door found on the bottom of an infant’s onesie, there are some New Yorkers who have, in fact, encountered the real deal.
Secret passageways, trap doors and hidden rooms are no longer reserved for the sets of movies. There are actual New York City residences, stretching from the Upper East Side all the way to Park Slope, The Times reports, whose blueprints don’t reveal all.