Building for Wellness | NAIOP Development Magazine

Calling all developers, owners, and professionals in the commercial, industrial, and real estate sectors: what is the emerging trend of wellness, and how will it influence the future of the industry?

Grab a copy of NAIOP Development Magazine’s Summer 2016 Issue fresh off the press, and explore examples, hear expert insights, gain awareness, and learn about predictions regarding the value of wellness in the built environment

With professional input from prominent players including Bill Fisher from Liberty Property Trust and Jennifer Taranto from Structure Tone, this feature article delves into the what, why, and how of designing for wellness. From case studies of workplaces that capitalize on employee wellness (see: TJU’s new Office of Information Services & Technology or Burlington Stores’ Corporate Headquarters) to key elements of the seven major concepts comprising the WELL Standard by Delos, learn how wellness is good for people and great for business.

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“Companies are realizing that today, more than ever, value is an aggregate of human, social and manufactured capital. Just as sustainability is valued on a variety of scales, from individual to society, wellness can also be understood as something that generates shared value — for individuals, for companies and for society.”