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Nyce Presents: Temple Iii

Nyce Presents: Temple Iii

Smart-Tech Student Housing Next To Temple University

Real Estate
Min Investment
Philidelphia, PA
Offering Date
November 03, 2021
Expected Close Date
February 01, 2022

Company Description

TEMPLE III is the latest NYCE-developed “Silicon Valley”-style student housing community, following the smashing success of Philicon Square. Powered by a formal partnership between NYCE and Temple University, this development boasts (29 individual apartments + 1 commercial unit), sitting directly next to the historic Uptown Theater.

Key Deal Facts

PHASE III of NYCE’s Temple University smart-tech “hacker house” developments
Seen in Forbes, Business Insider, CNBC, TechCrunch and more
66 tech-powered co-living units with 24/7 security one block from Campus
Projected $9.14M valuation once built (see financials)
2x return on equity on NYCE’s past projects TEMPLE I & NYCE (12 months)
LOCATION: 230 ft from Subway station, 10 minutes from Downtown, one block from campus
Opportunity Zone investment; defer capital gains
Ongoing partnership with Temple University to insure tenant inflow

Management Team / Advisory Board Bios

Philip Michael
As head of NYCE, Philip’s led NYCE to a record-setting raise, built the NYCE app, while adding $211M in AUM during a pandemic. Has 131K followers on Instagram.

Martin Braithwaite
Co-Founder, NYCE
Slapped with a $324M price tag, Martin Braithwaite is an FC Barcelona striker alongside Leo Messi. As CVO, Martin is responsible for the overall long-term vision of NYCE.

Michael Hallett, PBDC
General Contractor
Having picked up the passion for construction at an early age, Mike works to coordinate all aspects of construction for PB+DC clients and development projects with his talented team.
Amount Raised : $252,692
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