Today’s Student Housing Designs Balance Wants and Needs

Anyone who has ever worked with teenagers and young adults can attest that these populations are sometimes hard to please. Many are still finding their voice, remain uncertain of their priorities, or don’t see the difference between what they want

Post-Pandemic Mindset Fuels Reassessment of Housing Needs On-Campus

Two years after COVID-19 lockdowns shuttered universities and sparked momentary doubt over the future of student housing, both enrollment and housing occupancies have rebounded to pre-pandemic levels as schools have largely returned to some sense of normalcy. Most universities have

Naylor and Delcambre: The New Normal in Student Housing Design

When the world shut down over a year ago, architects, designers and developers took a collective pause to assess what needed to change in the built environment. A particularly scrutinous eye was paid to off-campus student housing, a sector whose

Today’s Students Are Different — Is Your Housing?

Most student housing has seen multiple generations on many campuses. Here’s a look at the past three generations and how housing built for those generations will adapt to the needs and wants of Generation Z — the generation that’s now

Architecture & Design Trends: Modern is In

Staying on top of design and architecture trends is challenging in any form of real estate, and doubly so in student housing where the market caters to an extremely young and constantly changing demographic. Yet there are many aspects of

Justin Wybenga: A Master Class in Catering to Graduate Students

Pursuing higher education is not a decision to be taken lightly. Whether a student chooses medical, graduate, business or law school, it will require money, time and dedication. Investing in education means less time to worry about other responsibilities, day-to-day