If you thought we had already hit Peak Pokémon, I'm sorry; landlords are now marketing apartments for rent based on their proximity to Pokémon hotspots.
Sure, these are hyper-competitive real estate markets where landlords will do anything to stand out, but it's a sign of just how incredibly popular the smartphone app has become—all in barely a week.
It's already gripped the Reviewed.com offices, so we more than understand people's desire to catch 'em all. And if that's your thing, having a Pokéstop within range of your apartment is a huge leg up, letting you gather items, experience, and Pokémon faster than players who have to hoof it around town.
And hey—in six months when nobody is playing the game anymore, these apartments will still look pretty swanky.