Importance of healthy building in the post-COVID world

  • Posted by: Anwar Landmark
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The real estate industry of Bangladesh is expanding with more and more mega projects which are innovative in nature. Leading companies like Anwar Landmark Limited are paving the path. In this regard, the concept of healthy building is becoming prominent. As per the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health, a healthy building is built on the foundation of nine elements: ventilation, air quality, thermal health, moisture, dusts and pests, safety and security, water quality, noise, and lighting and views.

The world today is shattered with the ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic. We have seen how countries with poor healthcare systems and citizens with unhealthy lifestyles are suffering the most. While the debate of wearing a mask is still going to remain relevant for a few more months, one thing is clear. That is: citizens of both the developed and developing countries are eager to lead a healthier life. As statistics show, Americans spend an average of 87% of their lifetime in enclosed buildings. The fact is seemingly true for ours as well in case of most of the urbanites. The kind of housing they stay inside is what matters most. Everyone nowadays wants housing projects not only at a reasonable price but also which are reliable from the point of view of health and safety. The buyers want to invest money into projects which maintain a certain kind of standards and can be trusted for their reputation.

Due to this awareness about health and hygiene, time has come to make both the builders and dwellers to be careful about the concept of healthy buildings. While many might consider healthy buildings to be merely green buildings, in reality it is way more than that. A builder has to remain conscious about using environment-friendly materials, methods and make sure the overall physical and mental wellbeing of the dwellers are ensured in the process.

It starts from the site selection. The site has to be at a walkable position from which dwellers can easily connect to transportation for work purposes and urban green spaces for leisurely activities. Then comes the method of developing the structure. Country’s leading real estate developer Anwar Landmark Ltd has been developing buildings keeping all these in mind. Their structures ensure wellness and evoking mindfulness and clients feel they have come home to peace.

If we look at the details of the residential projects the top real estate company Anwar Landmark has been building, we find the structures having a touch of modern innovation. The architects and engineers always work hard to make the spaces in a way that allows an ample amount of daylights. The structures also ensure that indoor air quality is good for the health of the dwellers. Large buildings have long and complicated water distribution systems. If not maintained properly, that can spur the growth of bacteria. This is why as a leading real estate company, Anwar Landmark ensures efficient scientific methods to be in place to ensure safety and security. If you check out some of the recent projects, you will know more about these amenities. Due to such quality control, Anwar Landmark Limited’s buildings stand apart among their competitors.

The pandemic of COVID-19 has taught us many lessons. Among all of these, one thing is certain and that is there is no alternative to boosting one’s own immunity by living a healthy life. Living inside a healthy building can help with that in many ways. This is why everyone should consider the above mentioned factors before choosing their next investment in the real estate sector.

Anwar Landmark

Anwar Landmark is the emblem of trust in Bangladesh's real estate business– catering to lifestyle excellence and creating unique addresses. Our goal is to earn credibility by providing customers, investors, stakeholders, and employees with the utmost service. Thus, excel in the real estate sector which is attributable to the company's ability to comprehend and create extraordinary landmarks.