The New York Times featured Montclair State University’s newest student residence complex, The Heights, in an article on public universities increasingly turning to the private sector to build and finance on-campus housing.
"Even before the recession, states found that companies that specialize in student housing could build residence halls more rapidly and cheaply than universities could. They can ease the burden of being a landlord. And perhaps most important, these partnerships free capital for facilities like classrooms and laboratories."
Read the full article at New York Times: Business Day