There was a time when, if you heard the term “student housing,” you’d think cinder block walls, hot plates, mini-fridges and shared bathrooms. It wasn’t an asset that commercial real estate investors would consider owning or operating.
Today, student housing is a whole new ballgame. Renters at facilities operated by major student housing firms can expect on-site fitness centers, grocery stores, tennis courts, game rooms, pools and Jacuzzis and high-speed Int
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