Student Housing Furniture Blends Flair with Toughness

Just as modern student housing suites are rendering the utilitarian college dorm rooms of past generations obsolete, more stylish furniture options in today’s units have replaced yesterday’s purely functional and no-frills standard. Considering the habits of the average college renter

Georgia Tech to Break Ground on $117 Million Residence Hall Project

Atlanta — The University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents has approved a $117 million residence hall development on the Georgia Tech campus in Atlanta. The 191,000-square-foot community will offer 850 beds alongside collaborative learning spaces, community lounges and group

University of Tampa Begins Construction on 600-Bed Mixed-Use Project

Tampa, Fla. — The University of Tampa (UT) has begun construction on a 460,000-square-foot mixed-use project. The development is set to include a 600-bed residence hall, 37 faculty offices, five classrooms, study rooms, a 9,000-square-foot lounge and a study hall

Tufts University Announces Plans for Residence Hall Development

Medford, Mass. — Tufts University has announced plans for a residence hall development on its campus in Medford, which will target junior and senior undergraduate students. The development site is located on Boston Avenue across from the new Medford/Tufts Massachusetts

Webinar: How to Make Data-Driven Decisions in Student Housing

  The Oct. 6 webinar “How to Make Data-Driven Decisions in Student Housing,” hosted by Student Housing Business and sponsored by CollegeHouse, focused on the value of data in student housing as well as the best ways to optimize investments and operational efforts in this space. If you’re