We believe that alternative real estate, in particular some housing, healthcare and technology sub-sectors, are poised to play a larger role in institutional investor portfolios. They have the potential to increase portfolio diversification given diverse demand drivers and could generate outperformance relative to traditional real estate property types.
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Housing sector demand drivers
Healthcare demand drivers
Technology demand drivers
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- Single family housing: Detached home or residence rented annually which cater to families or individuals seeking a ‘home’ rather than an apartment that do not have either the means or desire to be a home-owner
- Manufactured housing: Purpose built communities, which confer the advantages of single-family home-ownership while also offering additional amenities at an affordable price point. Community owners will typically own and lease the land to residents, while the resident owns and manages their home
- Self storage: Individual units that can be rented to consumers for short or long term storage. Storage units, on average, occupy a 10x10 space (100 sq ft), but with significant variation
- Student housing: Purpose-built student housing facilities with modern amenities and walking distance to campus; focused on the top 100 universities with growing enrollment and limited supply
- Life science: Facilities that provide space for research institutions, pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology firms and medical device companies to conduct research & development
- Medical office: The university of medical office is constantly evolving and includes product types such as urgent care, surgery center, dialysis centers and freestanding ERs. Target product types: On-campus/Off-campus outpatient center, Medical fitness/wellness center, cancer center, Orthopedic center, Micro-hospital, post-acute care center and behavior health center
- Seniors housing: A variety of offerings within the seniors housing space include; Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing, segmented based on the level of services offered
- Data center: A data center is a highly specialized facility housing critical IT infrastructure for corporations, governments and other organizations. These facilities provide a highly reliable, secure environment with redundant mechanical, cooling, electrical power systems and network communication connections
Global Head of Real Estate Alternatives and Strategic Transactions
Source: 30 December 2020