Tag: Student Housing

Inside Stanhope: John Kane’s new $80 million Student Housing Project

Posted 08.10.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

  With N.C. State University students set to return to classes Aug. 19, the developers of Stanhope, the $80 million, six-story student housing complex on Hillsborough Street in Raleigh, are ahead of schedule and will begin moving in students early next week. UPCOMING EVENTS AUGUST 10, 2015 , 5:00PM August Bizmix AUGUST 19, 2015 , […]

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Arc at Old Colony In Loop Offers Upscale Student Housing

Posted 08.10.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

  Student housing is getting a makeover along with the 121-year-old Old Colony Building in the heart of Chicago’s Loop. The former office space built in 1894 by architecture firm Holabird and Roche, is undergoing a conversion into dorm-style apartments. The newly named Arc at Old Colony is expected to be ready for the fall […]

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Student Housing REITs Horde Cash to Buy

Posted 08.03.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

  Student housing real estate investment trusts (REITs) are likely to start buying properties soon—as soon as more properties become available. “You’re going to see acquisitions heat up for REITs over the next two years,” says Scott D. Lamontagne, managing director for JLL’s multifamily capital markets group. That’s because REITs eager to buy student housing […]

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Student Housing Strong

Student Housing Strong

Posted 07.29.2015 | Categories: Featured, Student Housing | No Comments

  For years, housing experts predicted the apartment market would soon stall. Still, developers’ interest in the U area remains strong. Apartment buildings now dominate the University of Minnesota’s skyline in places where, a decade ago, houses and businesses dotted the landscape. Despite the recent surge in housing projects around the University campus and renewed […]

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Strong Demand Fills Student Housing

Posted 07.20.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

  The demand for student housing is stronger than the supply on average across the country—and in the strongest markets for student housing, privately-owned housing properties were already full as of May for the academic year that will begin this fall. “Students who are looking for off-campus housing at these schools are almost out of […]

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South Knox Apartments Change Hands In $42M deal

Posted 07.06.2015 | Categories: Senior Housing/Assisted Living | No Comments

An Atlanta-based real estate investment firm has acquired an 840-bed student housing complex in South Knoxville for $42 million. QR Capital purchased Quarry Trail Apartments in a joint venture with Militello Capital, a Washington, D.C.-area private equity investment firm. “We are excited to expand our real estate portfolio with the acquisition of Quarry Trail,” said […]

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Millennials And Money: The Luxury Student Housing Trend

Posted 06.29.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

Millennials do a lot of things differently, including how they live while getting an education. Luxury apartments are a growing trend in college towns across the United States. The buildings, both on and off campus, boast amenities that far exceed the minimalistic dorm rooms universities were known for in the past. You can see exactly what’s available at […]

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Drifting Dollars: Student Housing Boom Changing Face Of Downtown Athens

Posted 06.29.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

  No stranger to metamorphosis, downtown Athens is in the midst of another cycle of change, this one fueled by a proliferation of student housing that is beginning, if slowly, to boost the downtown economy. For many years a traditional downtown retail center, hosting major department stores, movie theaters, car dealerships and other local businesses, […]

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Medical Mile Developer’s $50M Apartments Hit ‘Untapped Market’ Of Students, Professionals

Posted 06.24.2015 | Categories: Student Housing, Uncategorized | No Comments

    GRAND RAPIDS, MI – A Georgia real estate developer wants to build a 287-unit apartment project along the city’s Medical Mile to meet the demand for housing by young professionals and students. The $50 million-plus project would be built north of Michigan Street NE and replace 16 houses and a commercial building used […]

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YOU SHOULD START BUILDING STUDENT HOUSING NOW. HERE’S WHY

YOU SHOULD START BUILDING STUDENT HOUSING NOW. HERE’S WHY

Posted 06.15.2015 | Categories: Student Housing | No Comments

University enrollment is projected to rise about 12 million students over the next 10 years and student housing construction is not likely to keep pace with demand in the near term. It’s because of staggering stats like this that we’re excited to bring you the Bisnow Annual Student Housing summit on June 2 at The Rittenhouse […]

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