IREM – Property Spotlight

For decades, the student housing experience was a predictable one. Fresh­men, for the most part, lived in on-campus dormitories with a roommate; sophomores and upperclassmen had the increased options of off campus residences-two-flats, smaller rental houses, apartment complexes with few amenities-or sorority or fraternity houses, for some. While these are still options, many of today’s university students also have choices that offer addi­tional comforts and conveniences.

“Modern student housing is dramatically newer, nicer, safer and better run,” says Robert Bronstein, president of the Chicago-based Scion Group. “Our buildings look like modern Class A apartment buildings.”

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