Joint Venture Acquires Two Student Housing Communities Totaling 1,016 Beds in Texas


Thrive Lubbock, one of two student housing properties in the newly acquired portfolio, totals 744 beds.

AUSTIN AND LUBBOCK, TEXAS — A joint venture between TEXLA Housing Partners, Southeast Apartment Investors and a private real estate fund advised by Crow Holdings Capital has acquired two student housing communities in Texas. The joint venture acquired Thrive Lubbock, a 744-bed community located near Texas Tech University in Lubbock; and 21 Pearl, a 272-bed community located near the University of Texas at Austin. An affiliate of TEXLA will operate the communities, both of which will undergo multi-million dollar interior and exterior upgrades.

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