SDSU Student Apartments: Secure & Communal Interior Design Concepts Announced

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Working in partnership with Campus Life & Style, the company has created an interior design that considers student privacy, wellbeing, and collaborative/social spaces. The development is due to open in the fall of 2023 and offers students a choice of 2, 3, or 4-bedroom apartments.

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In developing the new concept, San Diego Office Design considered the needs of modern students, as well as drawing on its experience in hospitality, residential, corporate, and retail environments. The result is a student accommodation facility that some have compared to a boutique cosmopolitan hotel.

The company also took into account insights from a recent UK-based survey by Downing Students, which revealed that 73% of students state that apartment security is an important consideration when selecting accommodation. A further 65% said that communal facilities are something they look for, while 86% rank location as a key deciding factor.

Situated near the gateway entrance to SDSU, the new StateSide development aims to address the individual and group needs of modern students. Amenities include a combination of social and study areas, such as a private sky deck with panoramic views, and flexible study spaces with onsite printing. Private spaces feature clean and modern furniture, while also allowing for personalization.

“Residents will enjoy access to our 2, 3, and 4-bedroom apartments featuring modern finishes,” a project representative explained. “When it’s time to focus, our indoor Study Room is open 24/7. When it’s time to unwind, residents will have access to our Rooftop Sky Lounge and a variety of social spaces.”

About San Diego Office Design

The San Diego Business Journal recently recognized Company CEO Tamara Romeo as one of the top 50 women of influence in architecture and design. Tamara leads a multi-talented team of designers, interior architects, project managers, and financial analysts, allowing the firm to offer end-to-end refurbishments of interior spaces.

“When I needed to update my office building in Mission Valley, Tamara’s team provided me with a concept that thoughtfully matched the architectural style of the building,” one client recently stated. “They chose materials that looked great and that would also stand the test of time with the perfect blend of ‘on trend style’ and timeless elegance.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting

San Diego Office Design
5005 Texas Street Suite 304
San Diego office Design
United States

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