Now that there are apps and voice-activated devices for everything, from ordering a car service to playing music and getting food delivered, the developers of new luxury residential buildings are betting that buyers will want to level up. Smart technology is allowing the inhabitants of today’s most advanced dwellings to peek inside their refrigerators via a remote camera, securely store valuables in a computerized vault, and even call for their car to be delivered from a lower level parking garage, all from a smartphone. The new luxury condos at 520 West 28th, developed by the Related Companies (and designed by the late Zaha Hadid), offer an array of high-tech perks to their residents. To retrieve items from secure storage vault, for example, residents enter a code on a keypad and wait for a programmable “robot pallet” to bring their items to them. Similar technology is used to retrieve cars from the secure parking area. And it’s practical, too: according to Greg Gushee, an Executive Vice President at Related, this system actually uses much less space than a conventional garage and storage area, which allowed the design team to devote more space to amenities like the skylit swimming pool.