Moda set to launch student homes in five UK cities

Developer operator Moda is launching student homes across five UK cities under its Moda Student Accommodation brand.

Moda Student Accommodation roof terrace | PBSA News
Moda Student Accommodation roof terrace.

Under the brand – Moda Student Accommodation – developer operator Moda is launching wellbeing-focused student homes across five UK cities and counting. The company announced the launch of its wellbeing focused purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) platform earlier this year.

Moda will deliver new PBSA developments in Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow and Leeds, with more student homes in the pipeline – a target of 10,000 in the next five years. The schemes are designed to help students live their best life, with a perfect balance between work, study and play.

Moda Student schemes will offer residents spaces such as rooftop terraces, lounges, dining spaces, wellness zones and fitness suites, and on-demand services from PTs and nutritionists to virtual counselling, all included in the rent. A host regular curated events from rooftop yoga to karaoke nights will also be available to residents.

With lifestyle and wellbeing at the core of Moda Student, PBSA neighbourhoods will include 24/7 fitness centres as standard, supported by partnerships with leading fitness brands including Fiit and Peloton. Mental wellbeing is also a priority for Moda, so residents will also benefit from team members trained in mental health first aid, and there will be heavily subsides access to on-demand mental health services through MYNDUP, the operator’s virtual wellbeing partner.

The MyModa app will brings communities together, making it easier to stay connected with friends and neighbours. Residents can also pay rent, book services, and access exclusive deals from local businesses and household brands, all via the app.

With Moda’s commitment to sustainability, smart technology using uses industry-leading sensors will track energy usage, to incentivise sustainable behaviours.