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922 Place apartments to be ASU on-campus housing effective fall 2020

The change is intended to address the University's growing need for more on-campus housing, according to the complex's issued notice

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922 Place is pictured on Friday, Jan. 17, 2020, at the corner of Rural Road and Apache Boulevard in Tempe. The complex announced Thursday that it would be operated by ASU as on-campus housing for the 2020-21 school year.

922 Place announced on Thursday that the Tempe apartment complex will serve as on-campus housing for ASU during the 2020-21 academic year. 

In a notice issued jointly by the complex and American Campus Communities, general manager Amy Brown said that residents who had already signed leases for the 2020-21 academic year will only retain their reservations through Jan. 24. After that, residents will either have to reapply for their spaces through ASU’s housing portal or forfeit their reservations. 

“The lease agreement between you and 922 Place has lawfully terminated in accordance with the Landlord’s rights,” the notice said. 922 Place staff confirmed the transition to The State Press Friday afternoon. 

The change is intended to address ASU’s growing need for more on-campus housing, the notice said. In previous years, ASU has turned to hotels and apartment complexes near the Downtown Phoenix and Tempe campuses to address a lack of guaranteed housing for freshmen.

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The complex, which has a capacity of 132 apartments, contains floorplans ranging from studios to 5 bedroom apartments.

Located across the street from ASU on Rural Road and Apache Boulevard, 922 Place describes itself as "one of Tempe's premier student housing communities," according to its website. The complex offers fully furnished apartments with private bedrooms and amenities like a 24-hour fitness center, a sand volleyball court and more.

Reporter Grace Lieberman helped contribute to this report.

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