Legal & General Capital invests in property tech supporting future cities
26 Oct 2018
Legal & General Capital (Legal & General) announces that it has invested in WiredScore, a rapidly growing property technology company and global leader in digital connectivity certification for commercial property.
WiredScore, founded in New York City in 2013, provides digital connectivity ratings and accreditations - the Wired Certification - for real estate globally and counts eight of the world’s top 10 landlords as clients, including Legal & General.
As one of the UK’s most active real estate managers, having invested across all sectors of the market, Legal & General counts connectivity as one of the most important factors for occupiers searching for new office space.
Legal & General has been working with WiredScore across much of its office space portfolio as it seeks to provide occupiers with a standard rating for digital infrastructure, connectivity and technological capacity.
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As existing clients of WiredScore, Legal & General has seen first-hand the benefit... It is through collaboration with technology companies, that we can access and embrace innovative solutions...
Bill Hughes, Head of LGIM Real Assets