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UVU Student Housing will Benefit The Community

When my family and I moved back to Orem several years ago after living out of state for nearly 20 years, we found a home and neighborhood we love on the southwest side of the city. One of the things… Continue Reading →

Utah University Murder Suspect was Sex Offender

SALT LAKE CITY — The family of a University of Utah student who was shot and killed on campus Monday night says the man accused of killing their daughter lied to her about his age and his criminal history during their brief… Continue Reading →

University Housing Responds to Resident Feedback, Improves WiFi Technology

For those living in University Housing, surfing the web, streaming movies and staying connected is now easier, faster and better than before. Over the summer, the older hallway-based Wi-Fi infrastructure received an upgrade in all UW–Madison residence halls to an… Continue Reading →

365 Connect Receives International WebAward for Its Rental Housing Marketing Platform

365 Connect, a leading provider of award-winning marketing, leasing, and resident technology platforms for the multifamily housing industry, announced today that the company has received a gold WebAward for its off-campus rental housing search engine, uCribs. This prestigious, international award recognizes… Continue Reading →

University Must do More for Grad Student Housing

Being a graduate student is tough. Students enrolled in Brown’s master’s, doctoral and pre-professional programs spend as many as six years conducting research, procuring funding and support for that research, teaching undergraduates and writing dissertations. Tack on the imperatives of… Continue Reading →

Could This Curious Roommate Pairing Be The Solution To The Housing Crisis?

After living with more than a dozen different roommates in his young life, most of them strangers, Dean Kaplan is well-versed in the particulars of those first meetings — the short introductions, the perfunctory pleasantries, and then the quick getting… Continue Reading →

Brisbane Voters Making Tough Choices on Housing with Bay-lands Project

Former Brisbane Mayor Clara Johnson says she sympathizes with the housing advocates who’ve been coming to City Council meetings over the past few years to lobby for the building of thousands of units of housing in her little town. She… Continue Reading →

100 Days Into Job, S.F. Mayor Breed Reflects on Housing, Homelessness Goals

San Francisco Mayor London Breed took some time this week to chat with KQED’s Guy Marzorati about her first 100 days in office and what she’s done so far to address the city’s ongoing homeless and housing challenges. She also… Continue Reading →

Amid Housing Crisis, Reno’s Motor Lodges Become Last Resort

RENO, Nev. (AP) – They were the toast of Reno in the 1950s when the growing casino industry sparked a boom that for a time turned northern Nevada into the West’s top gambling destination. Dozens of downtown motor lodges provided spare… Continue Reading →

Thousands of SRO Hotel Units in L.A. Await Conversion Into Housing for Homeless People

The Times Editorial Board rightly chides Los Angeles city leaders for their anemic and bureaucratic approach to addressing the homelessness crisis with real-time housing solutions. However, you omit a practical, low-cost alternative: single-room occupancy, or SRO, hotels. By some estimates, there are… Continue Reading →

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