Creating a successful community amenity space that people actually want to use isn’t easy. It becomes all the more difficult when the space is surrounded by private units. While it’s clear that there are many potential problems caused by the conflict between private and public spaces, it is often less clear how to prevent them. When these issues go unaddressed they lead to high levels of tenant dissatisfaction and turnover. By improving the relationship between private and public spaces you demonstrate to your tenants that you value them.
Continue reading to discover effective methods to help you achieve the right balance between public and private spaces.