Student Accommodation

Student accommodation market news, insights and trends.

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Old Geelong Grammar transformed from squat to student digs
The former Geelong Grammar School has hit the market after renovators waved their magic wands and transformed it into a student accommodation facility.
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Medical industry an untapped property goldmine
The popularity of our education sector overseas, particularly from Asian students, has been a huge export success. It is now our number one service export and our third largest overall after iron ore and coal. 
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Here’s the accommodation students really want: architect
The student accommodation market has seen an oversupply of studio-style product in recent years and the industry needs to improve fast or risk being left with a legacy of “anonymous” buildings, Hayball principal Thomas Gilbert says.
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Bell City Hotel rings for $160 million
Hong Kong private equity firm Gaw Capital is moving to buy the landmark Bell City Hotel in Melbourne for more than $160 million in what is shaping as one of the largest hotel deals of the year.
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Major investors giddy over student accommodation
Capital city growth in purpose-built student accommodation is unlikely to slow down soon as large institutional investors jump on board, attracted by solid potential returns. 
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No slowing student accommodation stampede
A Chinese developer has snapped up a property in Melbourne’s east located within walking distance of one of Australia’s fastest growing universities.
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Could Glebe’s Roxbury become student accommodation?
It appears last drinks have been served at the former Roxbury Hotel in Glebe, which has sold for $5.55 million. 
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Buy the old school camp that time forgot
Cashed-up buyers seeking a plot of waterfront land and plenty of peace and quiet — with a time capsule camp ground thrown in for good measure — need look no further.
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Singapore group unveils plans for 3250 student beds
Singapore’s Wee Hur Holdings continues its aggressive expansion into the booming student accommodation market with a $700 million plan to develop 3250 beds across Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane. 
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