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Unconventional Holidays at The Retreat at Gainesville!

Jun 21, 2021

Unconventional national holidays are some of our favorite things to celebrate here at The Retreat at Gainesville! Today, we celebrated National Donut Day by inviting our residents for a sweet, early afternoon treat at the clubhouse. Although the summer days could be slow, we had…
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Corks & Colors At The Retreat Gainesville Resident Clubhouse

May 18, 2021

Finals can be a tough and stressful time for students at the University of Florida, so what’s more peaceful than a nice painting class to unwind? Even with a busy week of studying, we had about 10 residents come by to relax and make some…
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National Freedom Day!

Mar 04, 2021

On February first, The Retreat at Gainesville celebrated National Freedom day. We hosted a virtual educational event on Instagram highlighting the significant events that led to the nation’s freedom from slavery on February 1, 1865. We had over two-hundred and fifty residents join us and…
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Should I Live In An Apartment or House?

Jul 28, 2017

One of the most common questions that students have when planning on moving to a new city is whether they should rent a house or an apartment. Each student will be different, and the best type of housing will depend on what they’re looking for. 
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What is Roommate Matching & How Does it Work?

Jul 21, 2017

Most Gainesville apartments for rent offer students individual leases. Individual leases allow for residents to pay for only their room and part of the utility costs, rather than the entire unit. This is a great option, since you’ll only be responsible for your share, even if your other roommates leave or rooms 
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Apartment Hobbies & Crafts

Jun 29, 2017

Many people are forced to drop hobbies when they move to college because of the limitations of apartments. Apartments provide less space than houses and without garages or yards, many larger projects are near impossible to do indoors.


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