Cushman & Wakefield’s Byron Moger interviewed by Tampa Tribune

Posted by Abercrombie Communications

October 13, 2015

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Time was, college housing meant barracks-like architecture and furniture that could charitably be called used. But increasingly students today enjoy a dizzying menu of amenities and perks, including snazzy digs and dining choices, as well as upscale gyms and other treats. Byron Moger, who oversees national student housing matters nationwide for Cushman & Wakefield, talks about this trend in a Tampa Tribune page-oner.

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