Developers looking to tap into affluent cohort that doesn’t want to leave the city
By John B. Mugford
Conventional wisdom might say that developing a new senior living healthcare facility in the heart of one of the world’s most expensive real estate markets doesn’t make much sense, as rents would prove to be too high for most prospective tenants.
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