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New Luxury Apartment Complex Offers Nude Sunbathing to Tenants

By March 25, 2010

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Many luxury apartment complexes offer sundecks as an amenity to tenants, particularly if they're located in warmer climates. But the sundeck at the new La Maison River Oaks in Houston, Texas promises to be a bit different, thanks to its advertised "clothing-optional" policy.

Normally, you've got to stay dressed while enjoying amenities in your building's common areas. But nothing in La Maison's deed restrictions prevents a clothing-optional area, according to KVUE News, and La Maison's deck is reportedly the first of its kind for the city.

What do you think of La Maison's decision to make clothing optional on its sundeck? Is it a smart incentive to help draw renters to the complex in a competitive market? Or do you think it's a marketing gimmick that won't prove to be effective?


January 9, 2012 at 7:53 am
(1) Jerry says:

I think it’s a fantastic idea. Who wants to have tan lines ruining the look of expensive fashions when worn. Besides, we have friends we are totally comfortable with and have no problems with them or anybody else seeing us nude. We were raised as nudists and will raise our children as nudists and our parents complain about having to wear swimsuits when going to our pool. We all strip off everything as soon as we enter our apartment. Life is more fun and more equal when everybody is nude.

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