Copying city lifestyle with sophisticated amenities, suburban developments have evolved, offering a lot more than major urban counterparts. These attractive options provide a sense of community and a luxurious vibe, but come with a lower price tag, notes Marcus Hiles. The New York Times highlighted features like doormen, resort style tanning space and clubhouses, theaters, business centers, saunas, and golf perks are bringing in renters, along with more traditional details like parks and banquet rooms. Additionally, suburban developments often come with a built-in social community and small but engaging business districts, often within walking distance to busses, light rail, or subway, for an easy commute to urban centers. Hiles’ communities, stocked with pristine amenities like tall windows, high-end construction, and outdoor recreation and entertaining spaces, sit above and beyond standard market offerings.