Landmark Properties is breaking ground on a $100 million student housing project, complete with three rooftop pools, a 17,000-square-foot clubhouse, cyber cafés and more. We spoke to President and CEO J. Wesley Rogers about the company’s process for selecting amenities for its properties based on the surrounding market.
College students need affordable housing, but the distance from campus life and poorer building conditions can make such properties hard to sell. Focus on these three core areas to paint a more welcoming picture for any student.
On-campus housing that is priced affordably is becoming harder for students to find at some universities. And, depending on the market, even off-campus solutions may not be a cost-effective alternative. We highlight some of the growing trends and obstacles students may face.
Free tanning beds are becoming increasingly common for on- and off-campus housing at U.S. universities. But a recent study indicates that, in addition to health risks inherent in tanning beds, apartment communities may not be equipped to enforce necessary regulations for safety and sanitation.
A growing student population and lagging housing market has put pressure on the Bozeman, Montana, rental market. See what efforts the city and Montana State University are taking to ensure that supply meets demand.