In the past, many urban small space dwellers were willing to compromise on the size and features of their homes in exchange for living in a dynamic city with activities and destinations outside the home. You could hear things like, ‘I live in a very tiny shoe box in New York, but because I don’t spend time at home, I’m always working or I’m having dinner out. That’s completely shifted because now people are seeing the demands that those spaces need. Our homes need to be a place to work, to exercise and to relax. When they look at spaces now, no matter how small or big they are, they’re starting to expect more from those spaces.