CA Ventures to Invest $325M in Student Housing

Multi-Housing News | February 07, 2020

CA Ventures to Invest $325M in Student Housing
Student housing developer CA Ventures is expanding its Latin American footprint. The company announced it is planning to invest $325 million in new, ground-up student housing developments in three Mexican cities: Merida, Mexico City and Monterrey. The announcement comes just a few months after the Chicago-based company announced a plan to invest $625 million into European student housing. As part of the deal, the company is developing three new projects in the UK cities of Sheffield, Glasgow and Edinburgh. CA Ventures also recently launched CA Management Services in 2018 to manage operations of the firm’s multifamily properties in the U.S., South America and Europe.

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