The Market Monitor Digest (week 19/2023)

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May 15, 2023 BONARD Market Monitor team

Student Housing & Co-Living

Italy: Conversions needed to provide student beds quickly – rectors

Author unknown, May 09, 2023

University rectors on Tuesday called for existing state property to be converted into student accommodation rather than for new residences to be built as an immediate solution to the student rent crisis in Italy.

Italy, Turin: A 'student housing' is born in the former Olympic village of Turin

Author unknown, May 10, 2023

Today, inside the seven buildings of the former Olympic Village MOI (Wholesale Fruit and Vegetable Market) in Turin, a social housing complex was inaugurated with around 400 beds, mainly dedicated to residential temporary at special rates for students and young workers.

UK, London: Tide gets go ahead for 462-home co-living project

Author unknown, May 07, 2023

The building is to provide space for about 140 people in various configurations: from single and double microapartments with their own kitchenettes and bathrooms, to larger 3-room apartments for groups of friends. Completion of construction is planned for the end of 2025.

Germany: In Ingolstadt there are new apartments for 120 students

Author unknown, May 05, 2023

The new student residence in Ingolstadt offers space for around 120 students.

Poland, Olsztyn: A "private dormitory" will be built at Aleja Warszawska

Author unknown, May 07, 2023

The building is to provide space for about 140 people in various configurations: from single and double microapartments with their own kitchenettes and bathrooms, to larger 3-room apartments for groups of friends. Completion of construction is planned for the end of 2025.


The Netherlands, Ultrecht: Construction of 200 rental apartments in Utrecht has started

Martin Neyt, May 10, 2023

Altera Vastgoed and Wessels Rijssen are starting construction of the apartment complex on Beneluxlaan in Utrecht. The building consists of 78 three-room and 122 two-room apartments.

The Netherlands, Hoofddorp: Ymere buys 124 Hyde Park apartments

Martin Neyt, May 10, 2023

Snippe Projecten and BPD has signed a purchase agreement with housing corporation Ymere for 124 social rental apartments in the new urban district Hyde Park in Hoofddorp.

UK, Leith: Work starts on 338 build-to-rent apartments in Leith

Author unknown, May 9, 2023

Goodstone Living and McAleer & Rushe have officially broken ground on the construction of a next-generation build-to-rent neighbourhood in Leith. Once completed the Dockside scheme will supply at least 338 sustainable rental homes.

Germany, Gera: Cinthia buys 197 apartments with 35% vacancies

Author unknown, May 8, 2023

Cinthia Real Estate has acquired two residential complexes with 197 units in Gera, with a total rental area of almost 11,900 m². The seller is the local Fuchsturm Invest.

Senior Living

Germany, Bad Bevensen: Wohnvoll takes over Convivo home in Bad Bevensen

Author unknow, May 9, 2023

At the beginning of May, Wohnvoll AG took over a retirement home in Bad Bevensen, Lower Saxony, from the insolvent Convivo Group. In addition to 70 senior-friendly apartments, the house at Amselstieg 17-23 offers service and care services and a restaurant for about 100 residents. The developer, owner and operator of retirement homes from Frankfurt will continue to run the facility under its brand name Wohnvoll Villages.

The Netherlands, Maassluis: The first key for the tenants of the senior complex in Maassluis

Author unknown, May 8, 2023

Housing company Maasdelta started the delivery of 70 rental apartments in De Vlootschouwer in Maassluis this week. The first two tenants received their keys this Monday. De Vlootschouwer consists of affordable rental apartments for seniors and clinics. These are 70 sustainable social rental homes for seniors in De Vlootschouwer, the latest extension of the De Vloot residential service area.

Spain, Girona: DomusVi creates homes for seniors with all services

By Stefano Traverso, May 4, 2023

The growing demand for residential places together with the new needs of the elderly led DomusVi to act in this direction. The development of new residential concepts, such as apartments for seniors and houses with all services, are part of the company's response to this growing demand. It is ADOREA, apartment complexes for people over 55 years old, who appreciate the benefits of a wide range of hotel and health services. ADOREA Girona is an apartment complex located in the historic center of Girona, just 10 minutes from the Girona golf course. These residential centers will be located in Lleida, Girona, Vigo and Murcia, adding almost 530 new places for elderly care.


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