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Nine out of the 10 are from the same geographic region, while one city is the second-most liquid real estate market in the world.
22 Bishopsgate AXA health wellness
In developing the second-tallest tower in the city, AXA IM – Real Assets talks about the risks and rewards of investing in an emerging area of office amenitization.
A woman climbing a wall at 22 Bishopsgate
With its latest development project in London, the investment management arm of French insurer AXA is focusing on the correlation between staff well-being and productivity.
Patrick McKenna, Jim Sorenson and Jeremy Keele
After almost two decades as an investor and advocate for impact investing, Jim Sorenson steps over the fence to launch his own impact investing fund in the US opportunity zone space.
Hines' One Museum Place, Shanghai
Investors believe health and well-being initiatives are worthwhile, but find it hard to quantify any increase in value from these measures.
Beautiful park on a sunny day
Sustainability in property is no longer just about saving energy, reducing emissions and climate resilience; the ‘S’ factors are now on the agenda, too.
The sector must shift toward a more sustainable future, say the fund managers at Brunswick Real Estate, Aksel Lundquist and Annina Salakka, and together borrowers and lenders can drive progress.
Building with heart-shaped lighting pattern
The private real estate sectors’ sustainability stars are revealed with Europe and Australia-based managers on top as global leaders.
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