Restructuring P3 Transactions in the Face of COVID-19

Updated: Apr 23, 2020

During this uncertain time, DeveloP3rs hopes to provide information and resources to your organization 'as it happens'.  Please reference three resources we would like to share with you at this time:  1. March 25, 2020, Student Housing Business – “COVID-19 and the Impact on Student Housing” Webinar: “(48:40 minute mark) Long term, what effect could this coronavirus outbreak experience have on student housing as a sector?” 2. March 25, 2020 Standard & Poors – “U.S. Higher Education Privatized Student Housing Projects Outlook Revised To Negative”

“Many student housing projects will be more susceptible to near-term operating pressure associated with decreased occupancy and potential rental revenue refunds, and could require the use of reserves to meet debt service payments in full and on time.”

“Significant enrollment and occupancy losses in fall 2020 could affect even facilities that have experienced strong occupancy historically and received demonstrated financial support from their sponsor institutions.” 3. March 30, 2020 – Bond Buyer - Coronavirus shadows student housing bonds as students vacate early: “Student housing projects financed through public-private partnerships were already showing weakness due to demographic trends when the pandemic closed college campuses in March.”

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Johan Rosenberg and Justin D. Krieg, PhD DeveloP3rs - a Division of Blue Rose Capital Advisors, LLC/ TRIL 1 LP | (952) 746-6050 |

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