Healthcare & Later Living
The senior living sector is going through a rapid period of growth, becoming an increasingly mainstream investment asset even as new products and offerings disrupt established real estate norms.
The healthcare sector is transforming with the advent of technology and new thinking and partnerships.
We understand the industry and its unique complexities and pride ourselves on staying ahead of the game – working to develop new and innovative solutions in healthcare and later living, which draw on our breadth of expertise across traditional, alternative and emerging asset classes including student accommodation, multi-generation living, co-working and luxury, lifestyle & leisure.
From international to domestic owners and operators, our clients include household names, some of the largest private hospitals and healthcare businesses, innovative residential developers and the full spectrum of investors from private wealth and funds to institutions.
Our holistic, full-service approach includes launching an overseas investor-backed luxury senior living operator in the UK, advising on the delivery of one of the largest new build programmes in the care home sector and the development of a ’21st century’ care home with a Grade 1 listed site for a globally recognised brand.
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