Student housing is in demand as many college students are opting to live in an apartment rather than a dorm room. Depending on the school and surrounding area, sharing rent with several roommates and doing your own cooking can cost less than room and board in a residence hall. Doug Culkin from the National Apartment Association serves as our guide as Designing Spaces visits College Park, Maryland to see examples of off-campus student apartments. Some of the student housing product out there today is amazing—true luxury living—and it’s easy to see why that would appeal to a college student. Amenities include everything from state-of-the-art fitness centers to yoga studios, rooftop terraces, theater rooms, fire pits and grills, and resort-style pools.