Wednesday, 20 March 2013 14:10

Premier Living Suites wait listing for 2014-15

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Premier Living Suites, a student housing complex for SUNY Oswego students, is filled up for this coming fall and is now wait listing for the 2014-15 school year. Premier Living Suites, a student housing complex for SUNY Oswego students, is filled up for this coming fall and is now wait listing for the 2014-15 school year.

     Premier Living Suites, a student housing complex for SUNY Oswego students, is filled up for this coming fall and is now wait listing for the 2014-15 school year.

     Property manager Naomi Himes has been signing leases with students since last October, around the time that construction of the building began.
     "Many of our future tenants have shared how exciting it is to see the building they imagined come to life and how they cannot wait for move-in day in August" Himes said.
     The modular construction allowed the building to be set in just one week; since then, the focus has mostly been on the basement floor that includes a movie theater, dance studio, fitness center, computer lab, study lounge, recreation area, gaming room and so much more. Wireless internet and cable can be accessed throughout the building and is included in the package.
     "Students attend the college to get an education and we want to facilitate that focus by providing everything they will need for success" co-owner Greg Furlong said.
     The complex includes 18 four-bedroom suite-styled apartments featuring an eat-in kitchen, two bathrooms per apartment, a washer and dryer, a dishwasher, a dining room table set, couches, flat screen TVs, a full-sized bed, desk, 6' bedroom closets with double hanging racks and a large balcony complete with a patio set.
     Tenants will also be provided with a semester care package containing goodies and cleaning products when they move in. The only items tenants will need to bring are bedding, cooking utensils and personal items.
     "Being a part of this community, it is really important to my brother and me that we give back as much as we can to make Oswego an even better place to live; a place that these students may want to continue residing in even after graduation, using their education to further benefit our community," co-owner Patrick Furlong said.

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