SAN ANTONIO, TX. Page has engaged The Scion Group to work collaboratively on a campus master plan for Trinity University. Scion will conduct a market demand analysis for student housing, including analyzing the current real estate market, assessing current and future demand for student housing, and recommending potential new or renovated housing. This is Scion’s first engagement with Trinity University and the second collaboration of Scion and Page.
Scion’s assessment will include design and implementation of a student survey, facilitating student focus group sessions, reviewing the local rental housing market and interviewing key stakeholders. Scion will also evaluate housing options at peer institutions to better understand Trinity’s competitive position.
Founded in 1869 and now with more than 2,400 undergraduate and graduate students, Trinity University values very small class sizes, close connections with faculty, and a challenging yet supportive academic environment with broad undergraduate research opportunities. It has been located at its current “Skyline Campus” since 1952, which encompasses 117-acres situated on a hilltop overlooking downtown San Antonio.
Page Southerland Page (Page) provides architecture, engineering, interiors, planning and consulting services nationally and around the world, with a diverse portfolio of project types. Page has over 450 employees across offices in six U.S. cities. Page and Scion previously collaborated on a residential housing study for students and faculty for nine campuses of Colorado Mountain College.