Landmark Properties Announces Nearly $2B in Student Housing Project Starts and Deliveries
Wednesday, August 30th, 2017
Athens, Georgia-based student housing developer and owner Landmark Properties delivered close to 5,000 beds this fall, adding to its existing student housing portfolio and completing all seven of its new developments on time or ahead of schedule.
Stonefire at Berkeley (University of California, Berkeley)
The Mark at Athens (University of Georgia)
The Metropolitan at State College (Pennsylvania State University)
The Retreat at Harrisonburg (James Madison University)
The Retreat at Starkville (Mississippi State University)
The Retreat at Tampa (University of South Florida)
The Standard at Gainesville (University of Florida)
In addition to its fall deliveries, Landmark Properties has also begun work on eight new developments. These new starts, combined with three already under construction, total more than 8,000 beds currently under development. Landmark is also slated to break ground on another 12 projects totaling close to 9,000 beds in 2018.
Developments Currently Under Construction:
The Standard at Atlanta (Georgia Tech)
The Standard at Auburn (Auburn University)
The Standard at Charlottesville (University of Virginia)
The Standard at College Station (Texas A&M University)
The Standard at Flagstaff (Northern Arizona University)
The Station at Orlando (University of Central Florida)
The Standard at Raleigh (North Carolina State University)
The Station at State College (Pennsylvania State College)
The Standard at Tampa (University of South Florida)
The Standard at Tallahassee (Florida State University)
The Mark at Tucson (University of Arizona)
“We continue to see steady, strong demand for high-quality housing options at Tier 1 public universities,” Landmark Properties President and CEO Wes Rogers said. “Students and their parents are searching for a home away from home that’s close to campus with comfortable and secure living spaces, high-quality amenities and advanced technology.”
The 2017 deliveries and starts comprise the largest development pipeline in Landmark’s 13-year history, primarily featuring urban infill mixed-use projects located within close proximity to campus, entertainment and downtown restaurants and businesses.
The significant volume of deliveries not only tops Landmark’s own company record — it leads the entire student housing industry over the past year. In addition to Student Housing Business naming Landmark the nation’s top student housing contractor, the company has also been featured in SHB Magazine as the most active student housing developer for two of the past three years, as well as the largest off-campus developer since the publication began its developer rankings.
“It’s been a groundbreaking year for us as we delivered seven properties and nearly 5,000 new beds. We’ve welcomed thousands of students to their new homes, and we’re excited about continuing our work on several other developments across the country,” Rogers said.
“As we deliver these projects, kickoff new ones and plan for the future, the team at Landmark Properties remains focused on providing the best student housing experience in every market we serve.”
Landmark Properties currently owns and manages more than 23,000 student housing beds across the country.