Construction starts on big student apartment project near Syracuse University
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Construction starts on big student apartment project near Syracuse University

Construction starts on big student apartment project near Syracuse University

Syracuse University Student Housing

Read the full article: Syracuse.com
March 28, 2017

 

Syracuse, N.Y. — Developers of a large new student apartment complex near Syracuse University are wasting no time getting started on construction.

BVSHSSF Syracuse LLC, an affiliate of Peak Campus, of Atlanta, Ga., the country’s second-largest privately owned student housing company, has begun work on a $66.6 million, 604-bedroom apartment building at 945 E. Genesee St.

A big hole now exists where The Crogen, a 96-year-old, three-story medical office building at the northwest corner of South Crouse Avenue and East Genesee Street, stood until recently.

Syracuse University Rendering

Peak Campus is on a tight schedule. It wants to have the apartments ready for occupancy by the fall 2018 semester.

In addition to 244 apartments (studio, 1-, 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom units), the complex will have 6,000 square feet of commercial space, 11,000 square feet of tenant amenities such as a fitness center and bike storage, and 244 basement and first-floor parking spaces.

Read the full article: Syracuse.com

 

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