Your School of Thought Awaits at the 2015 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition
NAA Conferences maintain an industry-wide reputation for convening the best and brightest speakers in business today, and the 2015 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition, February 17-18 at the ARIA Resort in Las Vegas, remains true to form.
To wit: Ever wished you could divine the future? We can’t make any promises, but your best opportunity to understand the student housing market for the class of 2020 will occur Wednesday, Feb. 18, during the Keynote Panel: Student Housing Market Watch. Developers, investors, owners and architects who will dust off their crystal balls and shake off the tea leaves for what promises to be a dynamic discussion concerning their visions of a student housing market sitting five years on the horizon.
Prepare to meet the challenges and take advantage of the opportunities presented by the growing and changing industry segment of student housing with panelists William Lewittes, Director, Kayne Anderson Real Estate Advisors; Sean Studzinski, Principal, KSQ Architects, PC; Susan Folckemer, CPM, Chief Development Officer, The Preiss Company; Fred Pierce, CEO, Peirce Education Properties; and Taylor Gunn, Research Analyst, Axiometrics Inc.
The 2015 NAA Student Housing Conference & Exposition will provide you with the resources and knowledge to build your business strategy, improve your professional skills and better serve your residents. High-caliber sessions, unparalleled networking opportunities and the latest technology await you in Las Vegas. Visit the conference website for registration, schedule and announcements. Remember to use the official hashtag #NAAStudentConf to engage, discuss and follow the exciting news from this conference.
Need something to tide you over until the conference? Don’t miss NAA and student housing provider American Campus Communities on the Feb. 6 episode of Lifetime Television’s Designing Spaces. Airing at 7:30 a.m. ET/PT, the segment will explore the expanding niche and necessary amenities of student housing and include a tour of The Varsity, an off-campus apartment community at the University of Maryland. The episode will re-air Feb. 26 at the same time. Set your DVRs now!