Sustainability and social issues are an increasing priority for investors and public institutions alike. Within real estate these topics are particularly salient, running through the design and development of cities and how they can foster more inclusive, safer and greener communities. Identifying ‘social infrastructure’ as an asset class can contribute to these aims. By bringing impact-focused private capital to the social infrastructure space, the community and environmental performance of real estate assets can be markedly improved.
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