With the demand for student housing—both on-campus and off-campus—continuing its upswing, developers, property owners and universities are allocating resources toward renovating existing dormitories and apartment complexes in an effort to appeal to the student demographic.
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Many student housing properties scheduled to open by the start of fall semester are being delayed, some by days, others by a year.
David Taylor Bradley, Arant, Boult, Cummings, LLP How to keep disputes, and lawyers, out of your construction projects.
Peter Jakel LinnellTaylor Tablets and online leasing are increasing traffic flow in rising numbers among renters who want to lease anywhere, anytime.
Melissa DiGianfilippo Serendipit Consulting Crises are a fact of life when operating student properties. Facing bad situations quickly and with a strong, authentic voice requires a plan. Going dark on social media is not an option.
Chris Harvey Hord Coplan Macht Every once in a while, a compressed design and construction schedule can be a blessing in disguise. Such was the case with Leake Hall, a dorm at Baltimore’s Maryland Institute College of Art.
KSQ Architects shares insight on the top features being built into its residence hall projects.
Rob Paver CampusConnect A check list of do’s and don’ts for supplying the best internet service to your residents.
Tracy Shank RoomSync Providing the right housing environment for, particularly, closeted trans students can be the first step toward inclusivity and broader campus-wide change.
Nat Kunes AppFolio Ensure a seamless 24-7 and mostly paperless connection with your young renters.