They are like dorms, two students per unit. But the students like them because there are no rules. Such as alcohol is allowed. No ban on drinking in rooms,etc.
No announcement from the school either, so you might be right. It sounds similar to the Beachside Housing complex (the former Brooks College) but we know that is owned by the CSULB Foundation. Maybe the school will do a long term lease arrangement or purchase it outright when its completed.
from the article, it doesn't sound like these are actual dorms,
it says student housing, but doesn't mention any association with LBSU itself
wouldn't be a bad location for dorms, given the difficulty in building on campus, I just suspect from the article this is totally a private endeaver targeting students, which is good anyway
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