SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/26/13 -- Dolly Lenz, America's top producer with more than $8 billion in residential sales transactions, is speaking about the future of real estate at a symposium organized by San Francisco's Luxury Marketing Council.
Joining Lenz is Paul Scialla, former partner at Goldman Sachs, Founder and Managing Partner of Delos Living, a pioneering concept that marries design and construction with evidence-based health and wellness technologies to promote healthier living environments.
Delos is launching its first residential development at 66 East 11th Street in New York City. "The building represents the culmination of our scientific research and employs the latest technology, design and wellness features. We are providing an unprecedented living experience for enhanced health and well-being," Scialla said.
Dolly Lenz is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for 66 East 11th Street. "The Delos development represents a new paradigm in wellness, a revolutionary step forward in healthy living -- it takes us way beyond the typical 'green standard'," she commented. "Delos has created an entirely new category -- one that will resonate with buyers seeking a transformational approach to living a 24/7 healthy lifestyle -- all that within a magnificently designed and sophisticated urban retreat," she concluded.
Before an audience of developers and top real estate marketers, Scialla and Lenz will introduce Delos and expand on a unique concept at the forefront of the wellness movement -- an industry projected to pass one trillion dollars in 2014.
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