Private-Sector Housing in Fayetteville Chases UA Student Growth

by George Waldon  on Monday, Feb. 10, 2014 12:00 am  

“It was not anything we expected, that was for sure,” said Jeremy Hudson, CEO of SREG. “We protested it, but we ultimately bowed out. We decided it wasn’t worth the time or the money or the headache.”

SREG had the Bayyari property under contract as part of the 2.7-acre land assembly for its Project Cleveland.

The university also acquired adjoining houses on Hall Avenue that were to be part of the project for $468,000 in June.

These two houses and Sunshine Apartments are now gone, replaced by a temporary parking lot. UA officials plan to upgrade the property into a more scenic, paved lot.



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