Value Add

The merging of the wellness economy, the longevity economy, the transformation economy and luxury real estate has created a ripe opportunity for investment in 2017. 

  • Wellness Economy $3.4 trillion (Global Wellness Institute)
  • Longevity Economy $7.6 trillion (AARP, Oxford Economics)
  • Transformation economy over $1 trillion (Boston Consulting Group)
  • Wellness Luxury Real Estate $47.9 billion (Global Wellness Institute, North American report)
  • 8.9 % annual growth of wellness real estate since 2015
Wellness lifestyle real estate is poised for growth that is faster than the overall real estate sector over the next decade, driven by many factors ranging from aging societies to the changing desires of younger generations, and from the need to protect the environment and open space while addressing the challenges of urbanization
— Global Wellness Economy Monitor, January 2017
Wellness spaces are replacing other amenities that used to be hot. Mental health and wellbeing is the No. 1 most important space for the luxury market.
— Ryan Serhant, Nest Seekers International
Wellness is the way we live now. I would encourage other cities to make health and wellbeing a priority.
— Lili Bosse, Mayor of Beverly Hills
Designing for longevity encompasses the entire life spectrum, emphasizing the importance of health, wellness and design. Through good design we can live longer and better.
— Randy Fiser, ASID

Health Benefits

Intuitive design is no longer philosophical - scientific research has proven and highlighted the impact healthy design and construction methods have on human wellbeing. 

  • reduces blood pressure 
  • enhances circadian rhythms and sleep quality
  • relieves stress 
  • boosts immune system 
  • stimulates serotonin
  • improves mood + sense of positive experience
  • increases energy levels
  • cultivates healthy behaviors
  • improves cognitive function and sensory perception