Sterling University Housing (an auxiliary of Dinerstein which has built approximately 30,000 housing facilities for students), is set to construct four off-campus student housing constructions, one in Florida, one in Texas, and two in South California. They are due to be up and running by the end of next summer and hope to achieve LEED for Homes Silver Certificate.
Going Green in Top Quality
There will be some great amenities at the Florida student housing construction which will be built next to the University of South Florida, in Tampa. The furnishings in the building will be very modern; a park will be developed with areas for exercise, as well as various games rooms, two swimming pools, a tanning dome, computer center, etc. Inside there will be a washer and dryer, a 42 inch TV and more. the main objective of the apartments is to go green and thus they will be constructed in an eco-friendly manner as much as possible with top quality clean air quality and other energy-saving features.