Tallahassee, Fla. — Repositioning with new amenity package rolls out in fall 2013.
Tallahassee, Fla. — Student Housing Partners (SHP) is starting construction on its 15th redevelopment project serving the off-campus student populations of Florida State University, Tallahassee Community College and Florida A&M University.
The project, formerly known as Villa Cortez, is in close proximity to all three institutions, supporting a Tallahassee student population of 70,000. The project consists of 6 buildings, 138 units, and 252 beds. Once completely renovated and repositioned, the project will have 270 beds and a new amenity package. The project will be completed and delivered by fall 2013.
Tallahassee-based Architects: Lewis + Whitlock has designed the asset. Since 1998, the firm has designed more than 3,000 beds and 10 specialized purpose-built or redeveloped student housing projects for SHP.
The project will be managed by Student Housing Solutions (SHS), another Tallahassee-based company.
SHP has developed, built and managed more than $350 million and 15,000 beds. SHP focuses on strategic locations in growth markets to acquire, develop or redevelop, and build student housing communities throughout Florida and the Southeast United States.