Student Housing Business

JAN-FEB 2018

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IN THIS ISSUE January/February 2018 6 PLUS: MAJOR R ETAI L M E ETS STU D E NT HOUS I NG FI R ST QUARTE R I NVE STM E NT SALE S OFF AN D R U N N I NG MAI L AN D PACKAG E MANAG E M E NT ARCH ITECTS D I SCUSS D E S IG N TR E N D S JAN UARY/ FE B R UARY 2018 CREATING SMARTER HOUSING STUDENT HOUSING BUSINESS ® From retail to study rooms to amenities, developers and universities are building projects for a new generation of students. FEATURED STORY 70 Generation Shift From lowering student costs to a surge in living-learning communities, on-campus housing is changing to meet the needs and desires of the next generation of students. By Katie Sloan 44 Off and Running The student housing investment sales market is off and running for the year. Will 2018 break 2016's big record? Early indicators are promising. By Randall Shearin 50 Focusing on Experience As Generation Z enters campus, designs are changing for student housing — on- and off-campus. Compiled by Katie Sloan, Jaime Lackey and Randall Shearin 58 Taking on Turn Technology, templates and teamwork keep properties on track for a positive move-in day. By Lynn Peisner 64 Buried in Boxes Once an afterthought, package management is becoming top of mind — and even a marketed amenity — for operators stretched thin by too many boxes. By Lynn Peisner 76 Programming Retail With thoughtful design and planning, retail in student housing projects can create the perfect amenity for both students and the surrounding community. By Katie Sloan DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS News in Brief 8 Campus Update 24 Question of the Month 28 Industry Trendwatch 30 SHB Interview Andrew Stark and Nate Fowler, Campus Evolution Villages 32 View from the Academe Marquette University 38 Company Profile TEXLA Housing Partners 80 Smarter Operations 82 What's On My Mind Mark Baumgarten, Trinitas 86 Cover image courtesy of Niles Bolton Associates. The View II is a 368-unit, 984-bed off-campus project located adjacent to Temple University in Philadelphia. It includes 22,000 square feet of retail and a 10,000-square-foot Innovation Center.

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