Mar 21, 2022
Lux expose
Luxury Residential Buildings with Stunning Pet Amenities

When looking for a place to live, homebuyers naturally want the best amenities and services possible. If they are pet parents they must remember that furry friends also need care, plenty of space and a place to be pampered. From across the US, we’ve rounded up luxury residential buildings with the best pet amenities.

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Sep 20, 2020
brick underground
Here are 5 NYC rentals in pet-friendly buildings with amenities for you and your pet

If you’re looking for a new rental and you’re one of the many New Yorkers who adopted or bought a pet during the Covid-19 pandemic, your next place is going to have to be pet friendly, too.

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Aug 1, 2019
The Real Deal
NYC’s Amenity Battleground

Pet care company Throw Me a Bone is used by several luxury buildings, including Extell Development’s 555Ten on 10th Avenue in the Hudson Yards neighborhood, Brookfield Property Group’s nearby rental tower the Eugene, TF Cornerstone’s 33 Bond and Taconic Investment Partners' 525W52.

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Apr 11, 2019
Celebrate National Pet Day With Over-The-Top Pup-Friendly Amenities

Is there any better moment than Thursday, April 11 , National Pet Day in America, to explore the growing array of luxuries with which new luxury residential buildings are pampering our furry friends?

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Apr 4, 2019
Lux expose
Luxury Buildings with Over-the-Top Pup-Friendly Amenities

According to a survey, 75% of pet owners would pass on their dream home if it weren’t a good fit for their furry friends. With National Pet Day coming up (April 11), take a look at a roundup of luxury buildings with over-the-top pup-friendly amenities throughout major cities in the US.

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Apr 3, 2019
Amenities: Not Just for People Anymore

A great deal has been written about multifamily amenities for humans, with some of those extras focused on some kind of pet care. There are apartment and condominium complexes that are pet-friendly, that also offer pet parks.

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Mar 22, 2019
Multi-Housing news
Happy National Puppy Day!

Pets with wealthy owners have a lifestyle that would make most of us envious. If you’re a property owner or manager, here’s a list of dog-friendly amenities that would convince any resident to stay forever.

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Jan 15, 2019
brick underground
My landlord wants to screen my dog. What does that process involve?

I want to rent an apartment in a pet-friendly building. I know all my financials will check out, but the management company wants to screen my dog. What does the screening process involve?

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Jan 4, 2019
From Midtown Pet-Friendly in Hell's Kitchen: 525W52 Has Luxury Amenities for Residents - and Pets Too

When pet amenities began showing up in the United States in the early 2000s, they were fairly basic – think slop sinks, closet-sized grooming stations, etc.

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Dec 31, 2018
Our Four-Legged Friends Are Top of Mind for Developers

From high-end pet clothing and one-of-a-kind dog houses to amenity-driven pet resorts and pet-friendly residential developments, businesses among all industries are beginning to understand the importance of catering toward pet owners and their four-legged companions.

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Nov 9, 2018
The New York Time
The Dog Is In Charge

Certain people in my household — and I’m not naming names — have been waging a stealth and coordinated campaign to get a dog.

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Oct 23, 2018
Flying-Car Landing Pads Are Just One Of The Latest Trends In Luxury Amenities

As cities become increasingly crowded, vertical living takes on a greater level of importance in people’s lives. Many of today's buyers no longer see a condo as a temporary first step to the property ladder but are approaching multi-family living as a place to live over the longterm.

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Oct 8, 2018
The Mentors Podcast
From Trading Stocks To Building A Pet Care Startup, With Throw Me A Bone

Getting Sting and the CEO of Goldman Sachs to trust your business with their dogs is a pretty positive indicator. When the Great Recession hit in 2008, Mike Lavora and Adam Light were working on Wall Street.

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Sep 17, 2018
How to Streamline Your Pets' Care

Five ways to streamline everything from vet visits to grooming to stocking up on supplies

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Jun 8, 2018
brick underground
Hiring a NYC dog walker? Here are the questions to ask and the answers you want to hear

If you’re new to owning a dog in New York City, and you work full time, chances are you’re going to hire a dog walker to take your beloved pup out for some fresh air and exercise.

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Feb 10, 2018
The New York Time
The Yorkie’s Dominance: We Analyzed Every Dog Registration in New York

Consider the poodle: the fluffy stalwart of the Upper East Side, the pooch par excellence of fancy white-glove co-ops. Lately, it’s been roughing it downtown.

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May 3, 2017
Latest Concession for High-End Rentals: More Than One Dog

MANHATTAN — Real estate agent Anna Sankova braced herself when her clients told her they had two dogs, Harper and Oliver.

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Apr 30, 2017
10 Residential Amenities That Rock

Gym, spa, blah blah blah. Sometimes the hit list of residential amenities sounds like the same old broken record. Any condominium or residential complex can offer an Olympic-size swimming pool.

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Feb 17, 2017
5 NYC Apartments That Are Perfect for Pet Owners

When you’re looking for a new apartment, a place that’s also a t for Fido is important. Luckily, some of the city’s best real estate is pet friendly and sure to make your furry friends feel at home.

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Feb 1, 2017
Extell's hulking Midtown West rental unveils its cushy amenities

Residents of the huge 600-apartment tower will have access to some sweet perks

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Oct 20, 2016
Extell debuts cushy Midtown West rentals from $3,150

The building may be adjacent to the Lincoln Tunnel, but from inside you’d never know

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Feb 12, 2011
New York Post
Show me the love

Three years ago, Upper East Siders Adam Light, 32, and Michael Lavora, 33, left their Wall Street jobs. “We knew things in finance would get worse before they got better,” Light says. “We love dogs, and we knew that the pet industry was taking off . . . we wanted to do something we are passionate about.”

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