The concept of apartment dwelling units is largely prevalent across tier I and tier II cities in India. The 4 metros Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata were the forerunners in this concept and from late 1980s most other tier I cities witnessed a flurry of activity in this segment. In cities where land was getting more and more expensive with each passing day, it was expected that by going vertical residents will enjoy more breathing space and better comforts from common amenities provided by apartments. With the passage of time, more and more people migrated into the thriving metros in search of work or retirement homes.
This resulted in large number of apartments coming up in literally every inch of space available in the popular metros. Once the demand for apartments caught up, many of the features that attracted home buyers have been diluted and concrete jungles have virtually invaded the landscape of what were once adorable cities in India. Bangalore in modern times is an outstanding example of the impact of apartments on the ecological balance of the city. In this backdrop let us consider the 10 must have amenities in your apartment.