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Chicago Higher Education Real Estate Summit

Housing Of The Future And Public-Private Partnerships

Event Ended On: Tuesday April 30 2019

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Speakers and Panels

Will Student Housing Remain One of the Hottest Sectors in CRE

Mike Porritt

Mike Porritt

Vice President, Advisory Services, The Scion Group
Joseph Slezak

Joseph Slezak

Founder & CEO, 3L RE

University Development: Student Housing of the Future

Jason Taylor

Jason Taylor

Vice President, Public Private Partners, American Campus Communities
Richard Mason

Richard Mason

Assistant VP - Campus Life & Associate Dean - College, The University of Chicago
Rick Moreci

Rick Moreci

Director, Department of Housing, DePaul University

Venue

Union League Club
65 West Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604

Ballroom: President's Hall, 2nd floor

Parking Information:
Self-Parking:
South Loop Garage
318 South Federal Street, Chicago
$28

Valet:
on site at Federal Street entrance
0-4 hours $34
4-8 Hours $37

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Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Registration & Networking!
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Will Student Housing Remain One of the Hottest Sectors in CRE
9:45 AM
10:30 AM
University Development: Student Housing of the Future
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
Coffee & Networking!

Summary

1. Student housing is one of CRE hottest sectors, and Chicago is no exception, what are the driving forces behind this hot market? 

2. With an abundance of money and property changing hands at record speed, is now the time to get involved in student housing? 

3. The amenities arms race has no end in sight, but what are the amenities students truly are looking for?

4. With cap rates equal or lower than multifamily assets in the same markets, and foreign money flooding in, is student housing the safest investment? 

5. What innovations have there been in student housing in terms of design and construction?  And what are the major differences between on-campus and off-campus housing?