If you’ve ever eyed your elevator buttons with distrust in the height of flu season, this one’s for you: One Upper West Side building recently installed a freestanding hand sanitizer in its lobby.
“I first saw it when we did a walk through before closing on January 12th, and the buyer who was with me—who was pregnant and a doctor—commented that this was an excellent idea,” says Warburg Realty broker Shirley Hackel, who tipped us off to the innovation.
It’s inexpensive too: A quick Google search turned up lots of options in the $75-$200 range.
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