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Published six times per year, Student Housing Business is the voice of the student housing industry, providing news and information on industry trends and issues and how they impact every stakeholder in the student housing transaction cycle, including colleges and universities.

If you are an owner, investor or developer of student housing real estate, active in leasing, marketing, managing and operating student housing projects, a lender or financial intermediary active in the niche, a college or university housing or real estate executive, a vendor or supplier to the business, or are in any way part of the student housing transaction cycle, Student Housing Business is the information source for you.

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Culture and Innovation

The Cardinal Group of Companies has focused on growing its management platform, while creating a magic touch for troubled assets.

By: Randall Shearin, editor of Student Housing Business magazine

By starting small, taking steady and measured steps forward and challenging the status quo, Cardinal Group Companies has become known for its youthful, authentic and innovative approach to real estate, in particular its student housing communities.

Student Housing Sees Robust Deals, Investment Sales, Development Numbers

As we pass the mid-year point of 2016, the student housing industry is again poised to have a strong year. Favorable market conditions, chief among them low interest rates, have pressed development and acquisitions forward during 2016. Pre-leasing for fall 2016 was strong through the summer, though slightly down from fall 2015 for many owners, while a number of owners reported rent growth for the upcoming year.

P3s - Not a Fad and Here to Stay

Across the country, universities are faced with outdated and obsolete housing stock built following World War II for students taking advantage of the GI Bill.

Staying Connected

Student housing operators and telecommunications suppliers grapple with the massive amounts of bandwidth students require. 

By Scott Reid

Creating a New PPP

Corvias Group had a big win at the end of 2014 when the University System of Georgia announced the firm would build a number of student housing projects across several campuses. Corvias’s John Picerne reveals more about the company and its mission.

Interview by Randall Shearin

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