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Multi-Dwelling Units

How IT and facility professionals support
the priorities of multifamily units


Multifamily dwelling units (MDUs) must keep up with increasing standards and demands to attract and retain residents and tenants and remain competitive. Multifamily building managers are prioritizing the challenges of energy efficiency, sustainability, safety, and smart building technology while also keeping resident comfort and satisfaction top of mind. Adopting the latest controls, lighting, electrical, and network solutions can help alleviate the above-changing demands and enable the goals of multifamily dwelling unity facility, IT, and engineering stakeholders.

Exterior Areas

Exterior spaces demand outdoor lighting to boost curbside appeal and safety, power for outdoor activities and electric vehicle charging, and network connectivity for access control, video surveillance, and entertainment applications.

Lobby/Common Hallways

Lobby areas require lighting that creates a welcoming first impression, common-use power for operational services, and network connectivity for tenant Wi-Fi, AV, and visitor management systems.

Living Room Areas

The living spaces require comfort and function with decorative lighting, programmable smart home solutions, with residential connectivity for internet services, continuous Wi-Fi, video streaming, and room-level automation.

Kitchen/Dining Room Areas

Kitchen and dining areas insist on lighting that offers both task-based and ambient illumination, power to safely charge appliances, and network availability to support laptops, tablets, and smart appliances that enable a functional work-from-home experience.

Bedroom Areas

Sleeping areas represent intimate spaces dedicated to rest benefiting from controlled lighting synchronized with daily routines and biological rhythms supported by adequate power and connectivity for various in-room applications.

Bathroom Areas

Bathroom spaces benefit from lighting that promotes cleanliness, enables night guidance, sensors that activate both illumination and exhaust, electrical devices for safety in wet areas, and network connectivity for water leakage detection.

Shared Spaces Area

Shared spaces in multi-family environments require illumination for safety and comfort in high-traffic areas, power to support maintenance services, and connectivity for digital signage, shared workspaces, public Wi-Fi and physical security.

Operational Areas

Operational spaces require appropriate lighting to facilitate maintenance, submetering for energy performance, surge protection to safeguard electrical equipment and an allocated telecommunication room to centrally manage all tenant and building-level IT services.

Gym Areas

Gym areas benefit from lighting that adapts to activity levels, utilizing an electrical system to safely power equipment, and Wi-Fi connectivity that allows residents to track and follow their fitness.


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