On the Symposium Agenda…
Longevity Market Expansion Creates Opportunities in Real Estate Development


The intersection of the booming business of longevity and real estate, the fastest growing sector in the wellness economy, is creating enormous opportunities. The global longevity market is estimated to reach around $610 billion globally by 2025. Global VC investment in longevity clinics more than doubled from 2021-22 reaching $57 billion, with new clinics opening at a rapid pace last year (up to 800 in US, over 40 in Switzerland and 25 in the UK). The wellness real estate market is estimated to be $667 billion by 2025 and $887.5B by 2027 according to the Global Wellness Institute.

Join us for the 3rd annual Wellness Real Estate & Communities Symposium on May 14 at JPMorgan Chase in NYC (or online) to gain exclusive insight to what’s next in the rapidly expanding business of longevity, including an inside look into the most leading-edge projects in this arena. You will meet many of the leading executives, doctors, investors and developers pioneering growth and innovation in this area, including:

Alfredo Bataller Pineda, CEO, SHA Wellness Clinic & AB Living Group, a company expanding its luxury wellness residences projects from Mexico to the Emirates

Bill Kapp, MD, CEO, Fountain Life, speaking on the demand for medical diagnostics in residences, hotels and commercial centers

Frank Lipman, MD, Founder, Eleven Eleven Wellness Center, a world-renowned pioneer and innovator in integrative and functional medicine with more than 40 years of clinical experience

Helen Messier, PhD, MD, Chief Medical and Science Officer, Fountain Life, a leading expert on the medical science and technology driving growth and opportunity in the longevity sector

Steve Nygren, Founder & CEO, Serenbe, founder of one of the first, and now evolving, wellness real estate communities in the US

Rebecca Perekh, Co-founder & CEO, THE WELL, now expanding globally and into wellness real estate, with the much-anticipated THE WELL Bay Harbor Islands, Miami

Deborah Szekely, the 101-year-old co-founder of Rancho La Puerta and its wellness residences, in conversation with Susie Ellis, Global Wellness Summit chair & CEO

Register by April 30th to save. Translation in over 30 languages is available.


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