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Privately built upscale apartment buildings are taking the place of traditional cinder block college dorms. Options for student housing are ever increasing.
(CNBC)   From the front lobby, it could easily be mistaken for a spa hotel--the blue wave lighting on the wall behind the concierge desk, the sleek sofas and flat screen monitors. But this is no hotel. It's student housing--millennial style--and it may be one of the best under-the-radar real estate plays of the decade.

"This is an industry that is ripe with opportunity," said Bill Bayless, CEO of American Campus Communities, the largest student housing REIT (real estate investment trust) in the nation and developer of Drexel University's Chestnut Square, a 361,000-square-foot luxury dormitory for 861 students on the Philadelphia campus. "If you look at the student housing sector, it was ignored by the mainstream real estate industry for more than 40 years."
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