John Jokerst shares thoughts on student housing demands in Atlanta Business Chronicle
John Jokerst, senior vice president of Carter, was quoted in last week’s Atlanta Business Chronicle in an article about student housing. With enrollment continuing to grow, student housing has emerged as one of commercial real estate’s hottest property sectors.
“Today’s students demand more than the dormitory halls that have traditionally existed on college campuses for decades,” Jokerst tells the Business Chronicle. “And in order for colleges and universities to stay competitive in recruiting and retaining students, new amenity-rich student housing facilities must be available.”
Carter has a long history as a program manager working with colleges and universities such as Georgia State University and Valdosta State University to help them add new student housing. The company is also equipped to provide equity development of new student housing communities adjacent to or on college campuses.
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