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The Cushman & Wakefield Student Housing Capital Markets Team is pleased to present the exclusive listing of The Best Western Plus, a 148-unit hotel and conference center located in Clemson, SC as a conversion opportunity to student housing. This fully amenitized asset is situated off of Tiger Blvd and located under one mile to Clemson University’s campus. Built in 1982 and renovated in 2017, The Best Western Plus stands as a market supported conversion opportunity to cater specifically to Clemson University’s students. With 148 studio units, an investor has the ability deploy immediate capital to renovate and modernize existing features and create a unique student housing community in a premier market location.
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Best Western Plus Clemson
148 Units
1310 Tiger Boulevard
Clemson, SC  29631
Posted: 1/4/2022
The Cushman & Wakefield Sunbelt Multifamily Advisory Group is pleased to present the exclusive listing of The Wren Coastal, a 14-unit, 56-bed student housing community located in the booming Myrtle Beach, MSA. This asset is situated directly across the street from the rapidly expanding Coastal Carolina University (CCU) which boasts over 10k students. As one of the newest housing options on campus, The Wren Coastal offers student’s townhome living with well-appointed modern finishes and direct access to all classroom buildings and campus amenities. Furthermore, as the university expands its athletic facility footprint, the intersection of Founders Drive and Highway 544 (directly across the street from The Wren Coastal) will permanently serve as the only entrance into the campus (from H544) which provides incredible exposure (29k+ VPD) to the property. New ownership will be presented the opportunity to acquire a new townhome community further supported by the option to add an additional 158-161 apartment units through a Phase II to increase revenue and gain scale in a thriving coastal market.
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The Wren Coastal
14 Units | 56 Beds
411 Todd Boulevard
Conway, SC  29526
Type: Student
Posted: 9/29/2021