Groundbreaking Ceremony Set For Newman Heights Student Housing Near University Of Wisconsin Platteville In Platteville, Wisconsin


BMOC, Inc. and Tri-North Builders announce a groundbreaking ceremony on January 17TH, 2018, at 10:00 AM for the new Newman Heights Student Housing Apartments that will be located at 185 S Hickory Street in Platteville, Wisconsin.

This development represents a unique partnership and will bring much needed student housing to the University of Wisconsin – Platteville area. Newman Heights Student Apartments will be beautiful brand new building with 47 apartment units/ 144 beds consisting of studio and 4 bedroom apartments. Opening for Fall 2018, the building will offer a community lounge area, fitness center, conference room/group study room and study rooms on the second and third floors.

Newman Heights will serve the students of the University of Wisconsin – Platteville. Founded in 1866, UW-Platteville is the fastest growing UW System school, with current enrollment over 8,600 “Pioneers.”
UW-Platteville is known as a leader in science, technology and engineering fields, with unique initiatives in Microsystems and Nanotechnology, forensic investigation, and renewable energy.

BMOC, Inc. was selected to manage the operations of Newman Heights Student Housing Apartments. BMOC, Inc., an IREM based company, was created 24 years ago in 1984. BMOC, Inc. is the fastest growing property management and student housing management in Wisconsin with over 26 properties on 14 campuses. BMOC Inc. has experience in managing over 196,000 beds throughout the US.

The groundbreaking ceremony will take place on Wednesday, January 17th, 2018 at 10:00 am
Lunch and refreshments will be served.

Contact: Leah Orsbon, National Marketing and Leasing Director, BMOC, Inc.
PH: (850) 420-8848
E:-mail: Leah.Orsbon(at)


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