When it comes to social interactions, we usually don't think twice about it.
The use of cell phones, portable games, and tablets is where the majority of our social life goes, and it's a significant issue across the U.S. Not very many people interact with each other like they used to, but a solution has been found in Chicago apartments by connecting residents with one another - reducing social isolation.
Each apartment features a connecting balconies to help build interaction. As an example, someone could be out having their morning cup of coffee or tea. The neighbor from above them notices and says good morning. They may be asked to join them for some of what they're drinking, and soon a conversation begins about what's going in their lives.
We aim to foster that community-feel and social life at CCWO. To achieve this, we are focused on providing all your necessities within walking distance, along with parks to stroll through, so you're bound to see familiar faces. As you begin to see each other more, you're likely to start a small conversation which will eventually turn into a larger one, and a friendship is bound to flourish in the long term. CCWO wants foster social interactions and engage everyone in our community.
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