Cozy nooks, open skies, a stylish co-working space — at TRIO Newton, you get more than an apartment with a home office.
What if you could have not just an apartment with a home office, but several spots to work, each ideally suited for what you’re doing?
Then you’ve come to the right place. TRIO Newton is just the type of amenity-rich community that lets you work — and stay right where you live. With an incredible 42% of the U.S. labor force currently working from home full time, you are not the only one on a quest to find the best out-of-office space.
So, where can you let productivity rule at TRIO Newton? Let’s take a look.
Why settle for just an apartment with a home office when you can have it all?
Open skies, plush armchairs, you, and your laptop. The only question is which of the two roof decks you will select to set up shop? Yes, TRIO Newton actually gives you a choice. If your inbox is filling up or you have a lot of reading to get done to prepare for a call, make the roof decks your place of refuge. Here, you can breathe a sigh of relief well into the fall. If evening arrives before you’re done, curl up by the gas fireplace to finish up.
Can you count the cozy nooks? The second-floor amenity spaces were designed for the active resident. With Persian-style rugs and deep punches of color, this is not your everyday apartment with a home office. Save cooking in the demo kitchen (Thermador appliances included!) for Friday night, and bring your coffee (help yourself to a cup at the coffee stations) to one of the lounges for a casual Zoom-conversations with virtual co-workers. Open shelving, paneling, and subtle changes in flooring lend transparency to the space, yet give each nook a sense of privacy. Time for some fun? Play a round of billiards or shuffleboard in the Game Room.
How do you sustain productivity in a virtual world? Among the countless articles that have been written on that topic recently, one piece of advice keeps returning: take care of your physical and mental wellbeing. At TRIO Newton, you can do both. Whether you want to get endorphins pumping in the spin studio or seek to quiet the mind in the yoga room, you will emerge ready for another round of Zooms.
When the task calls for your undivided attention, the fifth floor has what you need. Take your pick between a co-working space and a library, separated by a modern interpretation of French doors that can be converted for public or private functions. Both spaces come with the high-quality materials and design aesthetics that seek to create a feel of sophisticated hospitality. Doesn’t it beat any downtown office? And you don’t even have to leave home.
Which space will become your go-to for working from home? There’s only one way to find out.