This investment is to be implemented over the next five years, according to the company, which is already implementing two projects for student housing in Poland with 700 beds in Krakow and 400 beds in Warsaw. It is currently negotiating to acquire new assets in Spain, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany, Ireland or the Czech Republic, according to EjePrime.
The group has 6 specific business areas, but in Spain it aims to work with the residences and housing for students, namely through the brands CA Student Living and CA Residential.
Last year alone, Spain welcomed 112,934 foreign university students, this being one of the alternative sectors that has most been on the radar of international investors, also in Portugal. The market is currently led by companies such as Collegiate, Resa or The Student Hotel.