Academic Privatization,LLC


Morgan State University (Morgan View Apartments)
Baltimore, Maryland

Academic Privatization initiated the first privatized development funded by a tax-exempt bond issue at Morgan State University. The privatization partnership was finalized between Academic Privatization of Maryland, co-developing with A&R Development Corporation, the Maryland Economic Development Corporation and Morgan State University. Under the terms of the agreement, Academic Privatization and A&R Development provided student residence apartments on the campus of Morgan State University, utilizing financing accomplished through the issuance of tax-exempt bonds. 

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This project is a fast track, urban development which required interim funding. The Board of Trustees accepted the developer's revised site plan in early September 2001, and construction began in April 2002. The tax-exempt bonds were funded in May 2002. Consequently, Academic Privatization of Maryland, LLC and A&R Development Corp. guaranteed funding to complete project design and initial construction prior to funding of the bonds.






Project Description

Location: Morgan State University
Name: Morgan View Apartments
Developer Academic Privatization of Maryland, LLC
A&R Development Corporation
Beds: 796
Stories: 4
Gross SQ. FT: 294,780 sq. ft.
Completed: August,2002
Room Style: 4bed/2bath, 2bed/1bath, 1bed/1bath
2 Manager's unites 1 bed/1bath each
Amenities: Each apartment is fully furnished apartments, with private bedrooms, full kitchens, washer/dryer in each apartment, computer connections to the high speed University fiber optic system, fire and panic alarm security system monitoring, a 13,505 SQ clubhouse with a fitness center, 30 station computer lab, indoor recreation space, 300 person meeting room, and a convenience store.  there are also 385 parking spaces provided



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