Mirador’s Jessica Milton Featured in the Observer: Rapid Aging of In-Home Tech

With technology and home innovation accelerating at hyper-speed, the New York City real estate market is straddling a difficult line of adhering to technology trends while remaining timeless. Something that has proved challenging as once cool iPod docks and other dated technologies remain in homes long past their “cool” date.

The Observer spoke to Mirador Real Estate agent Jessica Milton about how some of these older technologies prove useful for buyers looking for specific needs. She recalls how a dumbwaiter featured in an older apartment was passed over by 90 percent of potential clients, but for her final buyers was seen as an amazing benefit. One that improved their lives by helping them easily move things between their residential space and in-home office. For more information about aging technology in the market and how New York City real estate is adapting, read the full article here.