Atlanta lawyers from Holland & Knight and Sutherland Asbill & Brennan worked on a major deal to privatize student housing for the University System of Georgia.

The state Board of Regents in November awarded Corvias Campus Living, a subsidiary of Rhode Island-based Corvias Group, a 65-year contract to operate and develop student housing on nine campuses—almost 10,000 beds. The Board of Regents started soliciting bids from private concessionaires for the student housing portfolio last spring.

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