Would you like to live in off campus student housing with amenities while attending the University of Florida but you are afraid of the costs? There are many things to consider that can make the cost much more appealing. Let’s take a look at why living at The Retreat at Gainesville can actually be the affordable student housing option you are in search of.
The cottage-style construction of the apartments at The Retreat comes in two to six bedroom options. This allows you to craft your living arrangement with a number of roommates that best fit your budget. Of course, living with five roommates can be more affordable than just sharing an apartment for two. More roommates make for a more affordable student housing.
The roommate matching service helps you better share your expenses with compatible roommates, even if you currently don’t know anyone. There’s no fear of a roommate moving out financially affecting other roommates as each is responsible for their own share of the lease in affordable student housing.
Since units each come equipped with full-size washers and dryers, there is no travel to the laundry-mat, saving time and money. The savings make The Retreat a great affordable student housing option.
Residents have an abundant choice of in-community recreational activities. The Retreat at Gainesville has a resort style outdoor pool, outdoor basketball and volleyball courts and an outdoor pavilion for cookouts and tailgate parties. The Clubhouse at The Retreat has a state-of-the-art fitness center and game room with video games and wide, flat-screen TV’s. There’s a coffee shop and a choice of organized activities. With so many fun options at your front door, there’s no reason to spend unnecessary money “in town”. That can be both safer and more economical.
Consider that The Retreat at Gainesville is completely new construction featuring efficient HVAC systems. This means lower utility bills that can save considerably on your college living expenses. It is another reason The Retreat can be an affordable student housing choice.
You should also consider The Retreat has high speed Wi-Fi throughout the community. Our proximity to the University of Florida can also save on fuels costs. So you see you don’t have to sacrifice amenities to find affordable student housing when you consider all the benefits of living at The Retreat at Gainesville.
The Retreat at Gainesville opens for the first time for the Fall of 2016 classes. Right now, however, is the time to sign your lease and reserve your space. Sign up for our roommate matching service and get an individual lease for one of our larger apartment units. Each bedroom has its own private bath and walk-in closet and offers access to a wealth of amenities and activities. Don’t wait. Contact The Retreat at Gainesville today to learn more and to secure your share of The Retreat lifestyle.