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Across the country, universities are faced with outdated and obsolete housing stock built following World War II for students taking advantage of the GI Bill.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

2015 Innovator Award Winners

Student Housing Business magazine, studenthousingbusiness.com and the InterFace Conference Group hosted the 7th annual InterFace Student Housing information and networking conference April 8-10 at the JW Marriott in Austin.

Development Focus

With nine new projects opening this fall, CA Living’s chief operating officer, JJ Smith, has has hands full and his eyes on a lot of moving parts.

Renovations, CapEx and ROI

By Amy Bigley Works Crafting a relevant and balanced renovation strategy can lead to big pay-offs for operators and owners of student housing properties.

Staying Current with Connectivity

Connectivity, bandwidth and video services are among the biggest investments that student housing owners and operators make in a property. Here is what you need to know for 2015 to stay engaged and up-to-date. By Randall Shearin

Northwestern’s Master Plan

Northwestern University’s Dr. Paul Riel tells us about the university’s new comprehensive master plan, which will upgrade housing at the private college. By Randall Shearin and Richard Kelley

The SHB Interview: Bob Shepko

Building a student housing division for international real estate giant Balfour Beatty was a logical next step for Bob Shepko, an industry veteran of many years.