Asset Campus Housing was recently awarded the management of the Lyndon at Springtown. The building is a mixed-use development that will include almost 32,000 square feet of retail space. Submitted graphic
Asset Campus Housing to manage the Lyndon
Asset Campus Housing was recently awarded management of the Lyndon at Springtown, that will open to residents in 2019.
Asset Campus Housing is managing the 236-unit Lyndon at Springtown that will serve students attending Texas State University and is located approximately 1.6 miles away from the university at 200 Springtown Way.
The project is named after former President Lyndon B. Johnson, who attended the university when it was known as Southwest Texas State Teachers College. The Lyndon at Springtown is expected to open in mid-2019 and include 510 total beds, as well as a residential parking garage.
The Lyndon at Springtown will offer fully furnished units with personal desks, storage, walk-in closets and private bathrooms in every bedroom.
The five-story building is a mixed-use development that also houses 31,847 square feet of ground-floor retail space with retailers like Hopdoddy, Tiff’s Treats, McAllister’s, Gold’ Gym, Summer Moon Coffee Bar, The SPOT and Blaze Pizza among the property’s tenants.
Common-area amenities will include: A swimming pool with outdoor kitchen, a recreation room with a media wall, an indoor and outdoor fitness center, an outdoor game area, lounge space and poolside cabanas, a sand volleyball court and an outdoor study lounge. Endeavor Real Estate Group’s investment in the project is estimated at $34 million.
Asset Campus Housing is a third-party property management firm based in Houston. They manage more than 230 student housing properties across the nation, including more than 120,500 beds in over 40 states. With a growing portfolio that includes hundreds of properties across the globe, Asset Campus Housing provides services that include property management, asset management, development and investment services. Visit Asset Campus Housing's website to learn more.