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Campus Crest’s approach to student housing
 

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Campus Crest is structured on a vertically integrated platform that includes development, construction, real estate management, and asset management.

Campus Crest is structured on a vertically integrated platform that includes development, construction, real estate management, and asset management.

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    • Campus Crest’s approach to student housingCampus Crest is structured on a vertically integrated platform that includes development, construction, realestate management, and asset management. This operating platform allows us to control asset quality, reducecost, increase delivery speed, improve operating efficiency, and ultimately, drive value for stakeholders.“Our approach to student housing looks like none other,” saidTed Rollins, chief executive officer of Campus CrestCommunities.Vertical integration has made it possible for us to implementprototype construction, where repetition of product hasresulted in smarter construction, consistent operationalpractices, and a hospitality brand model across the portfolio.“Our construction strategy includes repetition and refinementof prototype, a captive general contractor and construction manager, and captive wholesale supply thatresults in a 15-20% cost savings, giving Campus Crest a strong market advantage,” said Rollins.