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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