1) How are the Seattle area's top universities thinking about campus development?
2) How will rezoning impact student housing planning?
3) How can universities partner with private developers to work together to address evolving student demands?
4) Where is capital coming from for student housing and what is going to push the market forward?
5) What is the current climate for student housing development and investment in the Pacific Northwest?
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Coffee, Breakfast & Networking
|8:30 AM - 9:45 AM||
University Outlook and Student Housing Update
Campus planning and student housing development, design, construction and finance
|9:45 AM - 10:30 AM||
More Networking & Coffee
811 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
Ballroom: Blaine Ballroom, Main Level
Parking at the F5 Tower Parking Garage
Garage Address: 801 5th Avenue Seattle, WA 98104
Main Entrance: On Columbia between 4th and 5th Avenue
3-4 hrs $23 and 4-5 hrs $25
Additional Self- Parking:
4th S. Columbia Parking: 723 4th Ave
Early Bird: Before 10AM $14.00
*Pricing Subject to Change*
Student housing and educational real estate development have been a hot-button issue across the country. With universities constantly looking to expand and update their properties to attract new incoming students, many universities are having to work with both public and private entities to realize their dreams. Regardless of city, there is a constant struggle for space and price, and Seattle is no expectation.
The University District in Seattle is a perfect example of this struggle. Home to the University of Washington campus, the district has seen significant interest from both student housing owners and builders. Marc Stiles of the Puget Sound Business Journal writes, “Student housing long has been a driver in the U District, home of the 46,000-student University of Washington. Now that the neighborhood has been upzoned to allow significantly taller buildings, interest is ratcheting up.
Upzoning neighborhoods could have a disastrous effect for those universities look to expand their campuses. The highly sought-after land will go for the highest bitter. Universities and real estate developers need plan ahead if they aim to realize their goals.
Join us as we do our annual breakdown Seattle Student Housing market is headed!
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