Greystar Student Living to Manage OSU Community

Progress Builders launched new student housing for the Cowboys.

By Andie Lowenstein, Associate Editor

Stillwater, Okla.—Progress Builders officially selected Greystar Student Living to manage Progress405, a new apartment development in Stillwater, Okla. The 544-bed student community will be situated at 1520 North Boomer Road at the cross streets of Boomer Road and Bennett Drive. The new development is within walking distance of Oklahoma State University campus and Boone Pickens Stadium.

download“We are delighted to bring an upscale student housing development to Stillwater,” said Brad Queener, co-founder of Progress Builders. “The community will be designed with the latest resort-style amenities, modern interiors and it will provide a walkable location that is convenient for students.”

Progress405 will feature one-, two- and four-bedroom apartment homes varying in size from 548 to 1640 square feet of living space. Floor plans will be fully furnished with private bedrooms and bathrooms. Interior finishes will highlight custom cabinetry with quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, upgraded fixtures and wood-style plank flooring. Units will include 9- to 10-foot ceilings, private patios or balconies and full size washers and dryers.

Community amenities include a clubhouse with a lobby fireplace, social spaces, study areas with Wi-Fi, a fitness center with locker rooms and showers, tanning beds, and an entertainment lounge with billiards tables. Residents will enjoy sand volleyball, a zero-entry swimming pool, a sun deck with cabanas and grilling stations. The pet-friendly community is located near Stillwagon Dog Park and recreation at Boomer Lake.

“We work to facilitate a true sense of community at each property we manage,” said Michelle Fuller, managing director of Greystar Student Living. “We look forward to working with Progress to create an exceptional living environment that will exceed residents’ expectations.”

Construction is slated for completion in fall 2016.

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