Philadelphia — Philadelphia-based Campus Apartments has announced three new student housing developments, totaling more than 1,700 beds, in Tennessee, South Carolina and Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia — Daniel Bernstein has assumed the role of president at Philadelphia-based Campus Apartments, and will continue to serve as the company’s CIO.
Philadelphia — Philadelphia-based Campus Apartments has hired Dean Holmes as senior vice president of operations.
The outlook for the student housing sector is bright in the New Year as college and university enrollment across the country continues to rise. When searching for a place to call their home away from home, most student residents look for a community with walkability to campus and retail, high-quality amenities, social areas for studying and spending time with friends, as well as green space for outdoor activities. While your property may offer all of these great features, if you’re not marketing it properly, it’s likely you’ll be facing empty …
Philadelphia — Campus Apartments has acquired three off-campus student housing communities, totaling 1,707 beds, for a reported $116 million. The properties serve students of Texas A&M University, Syracuse University and Lehigh University.
Philadelphia — Campus Apartments has hired Kate Grasso as vice president of leasing and marketing. In this position, Grasso will oversee the development and execution of comprehensive leasing and marketing plans for Campus Apartment’s new development, acquisitions and stabilized communities.
New York — Campus Apartments and Clarion Partners have closed on Campus-Clarion Student Housing Partners LP, a $402.9 million investment vehicle that invests in student housing in the United States.
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Shippensburg, Pa. — U.S. Green Building Council awards Campus Apartments and SUSSI for energy-efficient heating and cooling, water-bottle filling stations and other features.
Las Vegas — Conference speakers and even its format urge student apartment leaders to stay ahead of a rapidly adapting demographic of renters.