San Diego, California (Hexa PR Wire–September 11, 2023)–StateSide, a new student housing community near San Diego State University, opened its doors as scheduled, despite challenging weather conditions. The timely opening comes in the context of a wet winter that has delayed the completion of several other student housing projects in the area, leading to a shortage of available units for the academic year. The community welcomed residents one day before the arrival of Tropical Storm Hilary, which recently affected Southern California.
Rudy Medina, founding partner of Next Space Development, highlighted the significance of the on-time opening given the extraordinary weather conditions the region has experienced. Medina commended the collaborative efforts of various stakeholders, including the City of San Diego and San Diego State University, in overcoming the challenges posed by the unusual weather patterns.
Next Space Development, responsible for the StateSide project, was founded by Rudy Medina and Richard Simis. The company specializes in the development and management of various types of residential communities, including market-rate and rental apartments. With a strong presence in San Diego, Las Vegas, and Palm Desert, Next Space Development focuses on capitalizing on underutilized properties through renovation and rehabilitation.
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