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Syracuse University Buys ‘Luxury’ Student Housing Development

Syracuse University Buys ‘Luxury’ Student Housing Development

“includes a fully equipped fitness center named The Boeheim Club and study rooms that accommodate groups of up to 10 or more individuals”

This should go over well with ‘equity’ obsessed college students, don’t you think?

Syracuse.com reports:

Syracuse University buys luxury student housing partially owned by Jim Boeheim

Syracuse University has purchased The Marshall, a new luxury student apartment development partially owned by longtime SU basketball coach Jim Boeheim, as part of an effort to increase student housing near its main campus.

SU confirmed Friday it acquired the 287-bed housing complex this week. The purchase price was not immediately disclosed.

The Marshall opened at 727 S. Crouse Ave. in 2018, offering living options from studios to 4-bed / 4-bath units towering over Marshall Street and offering views of the SU Quad, the Carrier Dome, and downtown Syracuse, according to its website.

The eight-story, 168,400-square-foot building includes a fully equipped fitness center named The Boeheim Club and study rooms that accommodate groups of up to 10 or more individuals. It also contains 16,800 square feet of first-floor retail space.

The complex was built by a private development group led by Syracuse University graduate Jared Hutter, of the Elmwood Park, New Jersey, development firm Aptitude Development, formerly BLVD Equities. Boeheim is one of Hutter’s partners in the project.

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The Friendly Grizzly | July 10, 2021 at 5:35 pm

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This should go over well with ‘equity’ obsessed college students, don’t you think?

I do, because this entire complex will be yet still another further different set-aside for the Negroes*.

*I’m practicing my white privilege

Perhaps if Syracuse U had not conducted an unfair war on fraternities, it would not be facing the 287-bed shortage that prompted it to purchase this expensive real estate for an undisclosed sum.

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