Also because they incorporated a historical 1950s building into the property there's way more "public" space then I've seen in nearly any residential project. (Though for some reason, one of the main halls makes me feel like I'm in logan's run.)
After a bit of pressure from the nice sales lady, some non pressure from their "assistance" manager, and my girlfriends excitement we're going to go back and turn in an application.
High tech living apparently mean they ran coax and ethernet through the unit to a central box in the closet. (If it was really high tech, there'd be power in the closet.)