Residents Review Student Housing Plans On Marinoni Property

702-Bedroom 'Cottage' Development Eyed For Marinoni Land

Posted: April 1, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Ward 4 residents got a look Monday at plans for a student housing development on land owned for decades by Fayetteville's Marinoni family.

At A Glance

Capstone Collegiate Communities and Capstone Development of Birmingham, Ala., have finished 13 student housing projects in university towns throughout the U.S. since 2008. The projects, with roughly 8,800 bedrooms in the following cities, represent nearly $467 million in total development costs.

• Auburn, Ala.

• Clemson, S.C.

• Gainesville, Fla.

• Hattiesburg, Miss.

• Columbia, Mo.

• Lubbock, Texas

• Norman, Okla.

• Baton Rouge, La.

• Birmingham, Ala.

• East Lansing, Mich.

• Kennesaw, Ga.

• College Station, Texas

• Durham, N.H.

Source: capstonecollegiatecommunities.com

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