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We enable placemakers to create wellness-focused living experiences.

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Urbaneer is building intentional spaces for those seeking a higher quality of life.

Spending on homes and buildings, from office and residential to hospitality and medical properties, that are “proactively designed and built to support the holistic health of” their occupants, is expected to reach $913 billion in 2028 from $438 billion in 2023, according to the Global Wellness Institute. 

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By thinking of our homes in terms of experiences, we create an increased level of attention to the design, technology, and furnishings.

Our living spaces are where many of us spend the majority of our time, and these places should take care of us. The experience of a home can be refined so that it is easy to use and take care of, especially as the occupant ages. Urbaneer homes are built smaller, but live larger. Every square foot of our homes has been intentionally designed to create a human-centric space that is easy to maintain. 

The ability to stay well has deep impacts on our relationships,

both professional and personal.

Each of us have knowledge, creativity, and passion that are vital resources to our society, but they must be nurtured. These resources are threatened by unhealthy environments which create physical illness, and poor mental health. In order to keep ourselves healthy, we need to better understand ourselves. More importantly, we need doctors to understand us better.

 

In the words of Thomas Edison, “The doctor of the future will give no medication but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.” For this to be a reality, doctors need data. Arguably the best place to start collecting data on health is the home. 

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