NEW DELHI | KOLKATA | MUMBAI | BENGALURU: Real estate developers in the country are increasingly turning to a mostly untapped segment where demand is on the rise - senior homes - even as there's a slowdown in the overall housing market. Builders such as Tata Housing, Paranjape Schemes, Adani Realty, Silverglades and Brigade have started setting up specially designed homes targeted at well-to-do seniors who have enough money and might want to live independently after retirement. And, unlike old-age homes of the past, most these senior home projects are part of larger projects and townships.
Just like its senior tenants, Health Care Real Estate Investment Trust Inc. showed it can spot a good early bird special by announcing an agreement to acquire Toronto-based HealthLease Properties REIT, experts say.
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L’ISLE-VERTE, Que. — Quebec provincial police confirm at least three people are dead and about 30 are missing in a fire destroyed a seniors residence in eastern Quebec.
The massive fire in the 52-unit complex broke out around 12:30 a.m. ET in L’Isle-Verte, about 30 kilometres east of Riviere-du-Loup.
Initial reports said 20 residents had been transported to safety, but it was unclear just how many residents were missing in the inferno.
The complex also housed a social agency, a pharmacy and a hair salon.
The Austin area has, for the 5th year running, been among America’s two fastest-growing major metro areas by population. Although everybody knows about the new apartments sprouting along transportation corridors like South Lamar and Burnet, much of the growth has been in our suburbs, and in suburban-style areas of the city. Our city is growing out more than up.