Student Housing Business

MAR-APR 2018

Student Housing Business is the voice of the student housing industry.

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IN THIS ISSUE March/April 2018 6 PLUS: M EASU R I NG TH I R D-PARTY MANAG E R S TH E WOW FACTOR I N I NTE R IOR D E S IG N I D EAS FOR CR EATI NG ANCI LLARY I NCOM E MAKI NG LEAS E CONVE R S ION S WITH G E N Z MARCH /APR I L 2018 STUDENT HOUSING BUSINESS ® THE TOP INVESTORS & DEVELOPERS IN STUDENT HOUSING Who are today's most active buyers? Who is developing the most new product and how much is in the pipeline? FEATURED STORY 76 Big Portfolios, Big Deals Lead Top Investors List With nine major sales in 2017, portfolio buyers top the list of the industry's leading investors. By Randall Shearin 48 Measuring Third-Party Management It's more than a numbers game. Asset managers value property staff, resident satisfaction and the relationships that build customer service and reputation. By Lynn Peisner 60 Adding Income Through Amenities Owners are gaining revenue through the addition of amenities ranging from VIP units to food markets, and through partnerships with service providers. Compiled by Katie Sloan 70 Making Connections and Conversions with Gen Z It takes a curious combination of humor, gravitas and wit to reach a generation raised on sophisticated technology and nerve-racking headlines. By Lynn Peisner 84 The Most Active Developers in Student Housing A survey of industry developers reveals more than 181,000 beds planned for delivery between now and the fall of 2021. Research and article by Katie Sloan 98 Creating a "Wow Factor" Interior design increases value through one-of-a-kind furnishings and spaces. By Lynn Peisner 106 Special Section: Profiles in Internet Connectivity Excellence DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS News in Brief 8 Campus Update 24 Question of the Month 28 Industry Trendwatch 30 SHB Interview Tim Bradley, TSB Capital Advisors and TSB Realty 34 View from the Academe UC Davis 40 Market Profile Atlanta 96 Company Profile Pinecrest 116 Student Opinion 119 Project Profile 120 Smarter Operations 123 What's On My Mind Marc Lifshin, Core Spaces 126 Cover image courtesy of Core Spaces. The 481-bed Hub on Campus at Tuscaloosa, a short walk from the University of Alabama campus, is being developed by Core Spaces.

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