Report Summary: Population ageing, one of the most significant global demographic trends of our time, has presented governments worldwide with unprecedented challenges and implications for how cities are built and organised. In response to this shift, this megatrend has created new real estate development opportunities and given rise to senior housing as a distinctive asset class. Developers and investors continue to delve into the trends and potential shifts in demand and property types required to serve the ageing population. In partnership with the Chinachem Group, ULI Asia Pacific Centre for Housing has conducted a study on Senior Housing: A Business Case for Investment in Hong Kong. The report dives into vital topics such as market and demand, policies in Hong Kong and throughout the region, services and operating models, design implications, and financing strategies. Additionally, it includes case studies from other countries in Asia Pacific and Europe.
The ULI Advisory Services panel examined how to expedite housing production in the Folsom CBD and the North Watt Avenue corridors, as those areas are designated green zones that have capacity for infill development and high potential for reducing veh...
Kampung Admiralty is a mixed-use senior housing, medical, and community space project located in Singapore. Developed by the Housing & Development Board of Singapore and designed by WOHA Architects Pte Limited, this project spans across 32,332 square...