COCM Continues Growth with Addition of Duquesne University’s Brottier Hall


COCM is pleased to announce its recent selection to serve as the manager of Brottier Hall, an apartment-style campus residence hall at Duquesne University. This comes as part of a larger partnership between Duquesne University, Radnor Property Group (“Radnor”) and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital (“Harrison Street”) to modernize and renovate the property. The Duquesne project marks the first COCM on-campus partnership with Radnor and the fourth with Harrison Street.

Located on the corner of Boyd and Locust Street, Brottier Hall, a 20-story building on Duquesne University’s campus, houses approximately 660 juniors, seniors and graduate students in studio, 1- and 2- bedroom apartments, with retail on the street level. The redevelopment that is expected to be finished over four summers (beginning in 2018), will include new flooring and finishes, bathroom plumbing and electrical fixtures, vanities and bathtubs, kitchen cabinets, countertops and appliances, and new windows throughout the building, among other improvements.

“COCM is excited to team with Radnor Property Group and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital for the management of Brottier Hall. Our Student Housing Professionals look forward to serving this team and the Duquesne University student residents for many years to come.” – Alton Irwin, CMO, COCM

The addition of Brottier Hall extends COCM’s reach into Pittsburgh, a new city for the company. COCM’s Student Housing Professionals are honored by this selection and dedicated to enhancing the living and learning experience for the students of Duquesne University.

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