A Path Forward for Student Housing
29 May 2020

For years, purpose-built student apartment living has scored a high grade—or occupancy rate—for developers, owners and managers. Buildings constructed closer to campus have fared particularly well, according to the National Real Estate Investor.

Part of the programming has included a variety of spaces for students to interact in small or large groups, says architect John Kirk, AIA, partner at New York City-based Cooper Robertson, which designs student apartment buildings as well as college and university master plans. “One reason to go to college is to enjoy a communal experience,” he adds.

What a difference a few months make.

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