Feeley Departs Campus First to Focus on Growing MultiVersity Housing Partners

by Katie Sloan

Alexandria, Va. — Christopher Feeley has stepped down as president of Campus First in order to focus efforts on growing his existing company, MultiVersity Housing Partners.

Feeley was appointed to the role of president of Campus First in 2016. During his tenure, Feeley was responsible for the acquisition and renovation of six student housing communities totaling more than 4,800 beds. Feeley will be joined by Anthony Magnelli, previously vice president of asset management and acquisitions for Campus First.

MultiVersity Housing Partners is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. The company manages and owns one student housing community, and will focus on the acquisition and renovation of purpose-built student housing and market-rate and workforce housing.

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