FPA MultiFamily Buys 942-Bed Student Housing Community Near San Diego State for $69.5 Million

Completed in 2010, Fifty Twenty-Five near San Diego State University is a LEED Gold-certified property offering a mix of studio, two- and four-bedroom floor plans averaging 951 square feet each. Completed in 2010, Fifty Twenty-Five near San Diego State University is a LEED Gold-certified property offering a mix of studio, two- and four-bedroom floor plans averaging 951 square feet each.

San Diego — FPA MultiFamily LLC has purchased Fifty Twenty-Five, a 260-unit, 942-bed Class A luxury student housing community serving San Diego State University, for $69.5 million.

HFF marketed the asset exclusively on behalf of an undisclosed seller. Directors Hunter Combs and Zack Holderman led the HFF team.

Completed in 2010, Fifty Twenty-Five is a LEED Gold-certified property offering a mix of studio, two- and four-bedroom floor plans averaging 951 square feet each.

Amenities include flat-screen televisions, high-speed Internet, modern furnishings, full-size washers and dryers, walk-in closets and fully equipped kitchens. The community also features a resort-style swimming pool, 24-hour fitness center, study rooms, 24-hour computer center, coffee bar, tanning bed, shuttle service and 598-space parking garage. The property is situated less than one mile from campus.

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