The Preiss Company is getting high marks for the new outdoor barbecue and completely renovated clubhouse at its University Village Slippery Rock student housing community in Pennsylvania. The off-campus complex is owned and operated by Preiss, which contracted with Texas-based J4 Development to build the new amenity. Adam Byrley, Director of Leasing & Programming for Preiss, and Brian Levy, head of New Business Development for J4, recently sat down to discuss this project and to give operators advice on how to make such an addition pay off.|
Miles Orth, Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of Campus Apartments, has been in this niche his entire 18-year career. Nearly two decades in, he still gets excited around this time as colleges prepare to welcome students for the fall semester. In this Q&A interview, Orth discusses the final lease-up, offers some key selling points in luring on-campus residents to off-campus housing, and gives his thoughts on where student housing is headed in general.
Tips on Appealing to the All-Important Millennial Generation
Michael Wood, senior vice president at TRU, told an audience at the NAA Education Conference & Exposition earlier this summer that the millennial generation -- born from about 1980 to 2000 -- is 78 million strong and entering their prime consuming years. His advice? "Understand who they are now so we can speak their language when they arrive at our doorstep."
Bringing a New Vue to University of Houston Student Housing
Fountain Residential Partners has begun building The Vue on MacGregor, a five-story building with nearly 350 beds that will be the first privately owned off-campus community at the University of Houston. It will differ from other housing options in that the university owns the land and leases it to a campus housing firm. But there is even more about this Vue that makes it special.
Luxury Housing Boom Transforms Student Life at University of Minnesota
A generation of students in their early 20s is fueling a housing boom around the University of Minnesota, where mostly private developers are now building more than 2,500 upscale apartments. The new housing options are transforming area student housing, with new communities offering everything from heated garages to rooftop party rooms. Competition is now fierce for undeveloped sites close to the college and has caused many firms to seek redevelopment opportunities.
Being Proactive in Dealing With 'What’s Next' for Student Housing
Kim Cory, Director of Student Media at For Rent Media Solutions, launches the first in a series of blog articles for Campus Connections. Over the next few issues, she will focus on the rising trends and challenges facing student housing today. In this first entry, she discusses how operators need to set their strategy now to face the challenges of what's next.
Senior Leasing Consultant
Campus Crest Communities
TX - Nacogdoches
One Senior Leasing Consultant to work 40 hours per week for Student Housing project in the Nacogdoches, TX market.
Student Housing Community Manager
PA – Bloomsburg
We are looking for a highly motivated, high achieving industry specialist with hands-on experience of YARDI
Canadian Campus Communities
Canada, AB - Calgary
This position is responsible for the entire operation and outcome of an apartment community for which they act as General manager and for one of several other properties for which they act as Area Manager.
Property Manager, Student Housing
KS – Lawrence
Experienced Property Manager with prior Student Housing experience.
Don’t Miss Your Chance to Submit Your Education Session Proposal for the 2014 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition
Have you always wanted to be known as a Student Housing Guru? Here’s your opportunity to be a speaker or presenter for more than 1,000 multifamily student housing professionals and suppliers at the 2014 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition.
Education session proposal submissions are now being accepted. Proposals are limited to four per individual and/or company and the number of sessions that an individual and/or company can present will be limited to two.
Topics for next year’s conference include: Executive/Strategic, Human Resources & Training, International, Legal, Marketing and Leasing, Operations, Risk Management, Social Media, Technology Turn and Utility Management.
The conference will be held March 3-5, 2014 at the ARIA resort in Las Vegas, and the deadline to submit is Monday, Sept. 16. No paper submissions will be accepted. Full submission details are available online.
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