By Katy McLaughlin | Wall Street Journal
Someday, years from now, a resident will wake up in their luxury condominium at developer Gregg Covin’s The Cedars Lodge & Spa in Hendersonville, N.C. They’ll make breakfast on the island in their big kitchen and sit on their heated balcony. They’ll walk out of their private entrance and use an elevator that serves only three other units. They’ll work out in a series of small exercise rooms and gather with friends at an outdoor restaurant in a glass atrium.
Hopefully, Covid-19 will be a distant memory. But every aspect of these homes will have been shaped by the pandemic.