Last week, The Residences at Prince were featured in a The New York Times article covering the increase of bike storage (and demand) among New York City’s residential buildings and its residents alike. The article discussed a new wave of bike-focused amenities such as available pumps, repair stands, hooks for hanging helmets and even door attendants acting as bike valets.
The Residences at Prince are among the many new development projects catering to the needs of a population more focused on biking. According to a survey by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, 20 percent of the population in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens cycled several times a month.
For the full article click here: Buildings Get Bike Friendly