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2019 National Multifamily Housing Council: Our Experts Recap Their Experts

The 2019 Annual Meeting of the National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC) commenced last month in San Diego, CA, and included the Apartment Strategies Outlook and the first ever Women’s Event. Combined, the NMHC achieved record-breaking attendance and delivered top-tier expertise and analysis to help builders, developers and others in the AEC industry refine their multifamily…

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Student Housing: Current Market

Last week we attended the NMHC Student Housing Conference in Huntington Beach, CA. This sparked our review of the current student housing market climate and where the trends are heading as 2018 nears its end. Continuing Rise in Enrollment Enrollment in secondary education continues to rise on many campuses nationwide, with high school graduates attending college at…

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Louisville High-Rise Coming Fall 2020

Work has offically begun on the new student housing complex, The Marshall Louisville. The project was approved and set for an opening date Fall 2020. The Marshall Louisville will sit on a 1.5 acre lot and will have 231 fully furnished units, with 591 beds. The high-rise building will have 10 floors, with attached parking on…

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Hundreds set to move into downtown Greenville area

BSB Design, a firm started by architect and Better Homes and Garden editor Jack Bloodgood, created the look of the Gather project. The art-deco style of the structure was inspired by the city’s original City Hall building and a long-vacant bus station that was among the structures cleared to make space for the complex, which…

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5 Trends to Ace Student Housing Amenities

“Intentional design should be focused through the belief that space is inextricably tied to use, place, and social custom.” – Mark Mitchell On February 13th and 14th, professionals in the student housing industry came together for NAA’s Campus Connex event covering student housing amenity trends. The event included a panel of four people: Chris Coleman…

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