The University of Florida’s innovative history runs the gamut from the school’s inception in the 1800s to the present. T.J. Logan heads up the university’s ambitious housing plans.

With housing stock that spans three centuries, the University of Florida (UF) has an eclectic mix of choices for students. The university has always considered its housing as one of its top amenities, and has touted its residences to prospective students. Despite a robust off-campus market in Gainesville, the university has never had an issue filling its beds because of its excellent facilities.

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Signet Development, Kelley Properties Inc. to Develop 328-Bed Student Housing Community near Wake Forest

WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina   Signet Development, in partnership with Kelley Properties Inc., will begin construction on Deacon Place, a 328-bed student housing community adjacent to Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem.   The property, located at the intersection of Long Road and University Drive near the north entrance to campus, will be comprised of 82 units. […]

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Signet Development Celebrates Ceremonial Groundbreaking on Entrepreneurial-Based Academic Living Learning Community in Partnership with the University of Florida

Read original release on Business Wire JACKSONVILLE, Fla.–(BUSINESS WIRE) Signet Development, a strategic real estate development and capital solutions company, today celebrated a ceremonial groundbreaking for Infinity Hall, an entrepreneurial-based academic residential community at The University of Florida (UF). This is the first partnership between Signet Development and UF, and Signet will develop, finance, own and […]

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