10 July 2019 – Richard D. K. Turner
Syllabus, a subsidiary of Urbania specialising in student residences, will invest fifteen million euros in a new dormitory in Sevilla. The new project will consist of 220 rooms, with a surface area of 6,150 square meters. The residence is expected to open to students for the 2021-2022 school year.
Syllabus is looking to manage up to 2,500 beds in in Spain and Portugal’s main university cities, attempting to partially fill the current lack of supply. In parallel, Urbania recently signed a contract for the US group Greystar to manage the Syllabus residences in Spain.
Original Story: Eje Prime