Connectivity On A Post-COVID-19 Campus

It remains unclear exactly which trends will outlast the COVID-19 pandemic, but student housing owners expect that the rise of distance learning will have lasting effects beyond just the 2020 spring and summer semesters.  In response to the outbreak in

Making Grad Students Feel at Home

The student housing sector has evolved around the tried-and-true demand generated by college undergrads. But the graduate student market offers opportunities as well, and demand is expected to rise. “Demand for graduate housing will grow in the coming years,” says

 

View from the Academe: On-Campus Update with Mary DeNiro, ACUHO-I

Mary DeNiro, CEO and Executive Director of the Association of College and University Housing Officers International (ACUHO-I), spoke via video chat with Randy Shearin and Rich Kelley of Student Housing Business to discuss how ACUHO-I is continuing to serve its

Today’s Students Are Different — Is Your Housing?

Most student housing has seen multiple generations on many campuses. Here’s a look at the past three generations and how housing built for those generations will adapt to the needs and wants of Generation Z — the generation that’s now

The Art and Science of Branding and Repositioning

When prospective college student residents and their parents first encounter a housing property, be it in person or online, the brand is undoubtedly one of the first things they notice.  Along with the name of the property, they’ll notice the

Architecture & Design Trends: Modern is In

Staying on top of design and architecture trends is challenging in any form of real estate, and doubly so in student housing where the market caters to an extremely young and constantly changing demographic. Yet there are many aspects of

Student Housing International: Europe and Latin America

The student housing industry is growing in global prominence. Foreign investors are flooding the U.S. Market in record numbers, and many U.S.-based owners and developers are broadening their lens to include investment and development projects across Europe and Latin America.

Built For Success: Trends in Public-Private Partnership Development

The number of public-private partnership (P3) developments continues to increase as universities look to upgrade their housing stock to attract and retain students while juggling how to pay for new residence halls.  “The cost of providing education continues to increase for