We will use this page to post links to news stories about the proposed student housing project called The Grove.
July 22, 2012 AnnArbordotcom - What's next for the student housing project proposed for Grace Bible Church site in Ann Arbor?
March 2012 Ann Arbor Observer - Suburban Students? Neighbors oppose the Grove
February 9, 2012, Ann Arbor dot com - "We just don't want you here" Ann Arbor residents tell student housing developer
January 19, 2012, Ann Arbor dot com - New student housing project proposed for Grace Bible Church site raises concern at public meeting
January 13, 2012, Ann Arbor dot com - Developer proposes new 224-unit student housing project for Grace Bible Church site in Ann Arbor
to sites about The Grove
and its parent company Campus Crest
In the comments to the news posting
about the proposed Grove development, readers provided the following links:
CEO of a company that completed a $380-million Wall Street IPO in 2010
was a fugitive from justice for more than two years for failure to pay
stories of broken promises, delayed opening and initial unfavorable
living conditions were not just being told at The Grove at the
University of South Alabama. Similar stories were also being told by
students at Abilene, Texas, and Ellensburg, Wash."
North Carolina company, currently a darling among Wall Street
investors, goes to extraordinary lengths to avoid hiring blacks,
according to a federal lawsuit filed by one current and two former
least three former or current Campus Crest employees have filed
lawsuits alleging the company engages in sex and race discrimination.
The cases are pending..."
If you use FaceBook,
here is a facebook page for people who have complaints about "The
Grove" housing projects near various college campuses around the
live in the grove valdosta, ga. This is the first year they have been
built, and I am the first resident to ever live in my apartment, and
there are so many things wrong. It is poorly built, we have holes and
scratches all over the walls and floors, uncaulked windows, and paint
all over our furniture. The staff is young and have no idea how to
answer a question. And the management has no motivation whatsoever to
fix what is broken. ..."
Also look at this alarming news editorial:
men were still in a Fort Worth hospital last night, three days after
falling from a third story balcony while attending a party at one of
Denton’s newest student-living apartment complexes."