Brief: The Grove changes name, owners

By on May 19, 2015
The Louisville Cardinal News

By Olivia Krauth–

Less than a year after opening, The Grove has been renamed The Arch. The change comes as the student apartment complex changes owners from Campus Crest Properties to Asset Campus Housing.

A representative from Campus Crest said they had sold the property, but did not provide a time. Social media accounts for The Arch had new logos posted on May 18, but did not provide an explanation for the change. Management for The Arch and for ACH were not immediately available for comment.

According to The Arch’s website, residents can expect some changes with the switch. Pets will no longer be allowed. Internet and cable will be provided to each apartment, as well as a flatscreen TV.

The sale comes 10 months after The Grove’s rocky opening, where students moved into an incomplete complex.

ACH is a Texas-based company specializing in student housing, controlling 70,000 beds in student housing complexes in the United States.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates. 

About Olivia Krauth

Copy Editor at The Louisville Cardinal.

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