Collegiate raises the bar in Bristol with new design-led student accommodation site

22nd December 2014

Collegiate raises the bar in Bristol with new design-led student accommodation site

Uniting student living with the high standard of accommodation demanded by today’s young professionals, Collegiate has once again raised the bar with the all new, design-led Fusion Tower.

Boosting its already solid reputation within the city of Bristol, Collegiate’s new Fusion Tower site is set to officially open on 24th December 2014 and will see the creation of first class design-led accommodation for Bristol’s university students.

Eri Cuanalo, CEO, Collegiate, comments, “Collegiate is already known for setting new standards in UK student accommodation, but with Fusion Tower we really will be taking things to the next level. It’s one of the most exciting opportunities that I have been privileged to present in quite some time.”

Fusion Tower’s uniqueness comes from its design-led development. Architects, interior and graphic designers have come together to create the next generation of student living. The resulting accommodation is truly in a class of its own, with Fusion Tower boasting an on-site cinema room, gym, a games room, a club lounge, reading rooms and study rooms.

The building also benefits from high-speed broadband and Wi-Fi, along with secure electronic entry and a 24 hour concierge service, while each individual en-suite student room comes with fully fitted kitchen, double bed and flat-screen television.

Eri Cuanalo continues,

“Internally, Fusion Tower is like no other student accommodation I have set foot within. Inspired by premium brands such as Candy & Candy, yoo, Soho House and Mama Shelter, Fusion Tower creates a stylish, mature yet comfortable space for discerning students to live and work.

“I believe that students are the future, so providing them with high spec accommodation of this nature gives them a taste of what the years ahead might hold if they work hard and pursue their chosen career with passion.”

For more information, contact Collegiate on 01235 250 140 or visit

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