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What we do

We believe that where you live has a deep impact on your journey to achieve a healthier, happier life. Home is where friends, family, and neighbors come together to create the rhythms and rituals that define a lifestyle. Healthy homes and communities are the foundation for holistic wellness.

Our Story

Living Well: Community

Creating communities grounded in living well; that prioritize community connections, active lifestyles, proactive services, and healthy homes & apartments.

ZEAL - for living

Wellness Ecosystem

Our wellness ecosystem has a direct effect on our health. It affects our Wellness by influencing our behaviors and lifestyles. Our Wellness ecosystem can make healthy habits easier and more convenient, and the “default” option — or not.

Provide free and accessible spaces for active recreation. As modern life becomes ever more sedentary, people who want to stay active and healthy must find time to do so in their leisure and recreation time.

Creating environments that promote better sleep, rest, and stress reduction. Sleep is a cornerstone of good health, yet it is constantly compromised by issues in our built environment, including artificial lighting that disrupts circadian rhythms, a lack of natural light indoors, poor temperature control, and noise pollution.

Designing spaces that encourage a sense of community and social behavior. Loneliness and social isolation are on the rise everywhere, while social trust is on the decline, and our built en­vironment plays a major role in the fraying of communities.

Our Pillars of Wellness

01. Connect

Belong to a community with deep social bonds.

02. Move

Fitness for longevity, not for vanity.

03. Nourish

Feed the mind, soul, and body.

04. Dwell

Home is a restful and comfortable place with abundant light and clean air.

The Global Wellness Institute (GWI) defines wellness as: the active pursuit of activities, choic­es, and lifestyles that lead to a state of holistic health.

There are two important aspects to this definition. First, wellness is not a passive or static state but rather an “active pursuit” that is associated with intentions, choices, and actions as we work toward an optimal state of health and well-being. Second, wellness is linked to holistic health — that is, it extends beyond physical health and incorporates many dimensions that should work in harmony. 

Wellness is an individual pursuit — we have self-responsibility for our own choices, behaviors, and lifestyles — but it is also significantly influenced by the physical, social, and cultural environ­ments in which we live.

Wellness is often confused with terms like health, well-being, and happiness. While there are common elements among them, wellness is distinguished by not referring to a static state of being (i.e., being happy, in good health, or a state of well-being). Rather, wellness is associated with an active process of being aware and making choices that lead toward an outcome of op­timal holistic health and well-being.

Source: Global Wellness Institute TM, Resetting the world with wellness: Healthy Built Environments for Healthy People April 2020.