The rental market in the UK is a competitive one, so if you want to be a part of it, you need to be able to meet customers’ growing expectations. That’s why Get Living decided to equip their building lobbies at Elephant Central with a Bringme Box. Read their story.
The old post office in the centre of Dilbeek had already been empty since 2013 when it was saved from demolition by real estate developer Bato. Bato redeveloped the building into a residential project full of character and technology and in accordance with the BENOveren standard.
Residences Twist and De Ark are part of the residential neighbourhood Tweewaters at the Vaartkom in Leuven. Both buildings were designed by top architect Stéphane Beel and includes 39 spacious, pioneering, certified service apartments for people aged 65 and over who are not reliant on care. How can the life of these active seniors be made as easy as possible? A digital concierge offers many possibilities, but is this high technological product not too complex for them?
Shared spaces. Alternative mobility. Energy-efficient washing machines. Project developer GANDS is seemingly effortlessly capitalizing on the newest trends and offering its young urban style community an impressive range of smart services. Of course, that includes a Bringme Box.
Students these days know the digital world like the back of their hand. It’s not surprising that they’re big on online ordering. And it’s definitely not surprising that the most active Bringme users are… students. What is it that draws them to Bringme? We went to student accommodation Liberty Plaza in the heart of London, to ask two of its residents this question.