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Hoem on Jarvis, Toronto

5.0 (1 review)

Student Accommodation

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186 Jarvis St, Toronto, Ontario M5B 2C2

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Basic Info

No Service Fee Gym 24 hours security Furnished Free regular cleaning Parcels collect

593 Beds

Highest Floor 30

Built in 2018

HOEM provides residents with a comfortable, modern, secure and low-maintenance living space that feels like home. Determine your budget and how you want to live, and choose a pad that fits your needs - double, triple, or quad units Each room locks individually, forcing padmates to respect your privacy. There is hardwood style flooring throughout, smart burners on the stove (so you don't have to worry about your roommate incinerating dinner) and all pads are equipped with appliances and furniture, crockery and cutlery are included in all suites, bedding is still an optional add-on - so all you have to do is move in And keeping the pad clean is a breeze with in-suite clea ning. We also have a number of barrier free suites available, please feel free to contact us for details.

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5.0

1 review

Amazing facilities · 1
Super-fast internet · 1
Amazing area · 1
Great customer service · 1

ZHAO**

5.0

07 Feb 2022 18:13

marvelous! very efficient! good environment!
marvelous! very efficient! good environment!
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No cancellations allowed. If you can't move in after signing, find a subtenant or fulfill the contract as agreed. Subletting may have additional fees determined by the apartment management.
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Pets Policy

Pet allowed

Hoem on Jarvis FAQs

Is the apartment furnished?

The apartment is furnished, and each room is equipped with a single bed, desk and chair, storage cabinets under the bed, bedside cabinets, wardrobes, floor-to-ceiling windows, and shutters. The suite has a microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, tableware, dining table and chairs, coffee table, bar stools. However, personal items such as bedding, pots and pans, and toiletries need to be prepared by the tenant.

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What does private mean in XBXB?

"The naming method of Canadian apartments is XBXB. The first B refers to the number of bedrooms, and the second B refers to the bathroom, that is, the number of bathrooms; for example, 3B3B refers to the apartment type with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The ones marked with [single] or [private] refer to a single bedroom, where one person lives in one bedroom; "

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Is there a washer dryer in the room?

No, the building has a laundry room for laundry

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Student Accommodation in Toronto

What are the typical apartment types available for rent in Toronto?

In Toronto, most students choose a Flat Apartment, followed by a House, a Townhouse and so on. There are usually studios, 1 bed 1bath, 2 bed 2 bath, 3 bed 3 bath, 4 bed 4 bath and so on. There are also room types that belong to shared bedrooms, such as 2 bed 1 bath, 3 bed 2 bath, etc

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What are the factors to consider before renting an apartment in Toronto?

Before renting an apartment, you should first understand your accommodation needs, including the area you are renting, the distance and time to and from school, the budget cost, and whether you are sharing an apartment.

After deciding on your needs, it is recommended that students spend some time researching the security situation in the area they have chosen. You can visit the relevant local websites to check the safety factor of the area, and if it is an area with a high crime rate, it is best not to choose to live there.

When looking at properties, pay attention to the availability of amenities around the community, such as supermarkets, convenience stores, hospitals, pharmacies, restaurants, banks, etc..

You should also pay attention to what living goods are provided by the landlord, whether they can meet your daily needs, and what additional things you need to buy. If you plan to find a roommate to share a room, you must discuss these issues with your roommate in advance to avoid conflicts in the future.

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What are the general steps for applying for student housing in Toronto?

Generally speaking, the steps to apply for an apartment are as follows: Fill out the application form -> Submit the application form -> Personal background check -> Apartment sends the contract -> Read the contract carefully -> Sign the contract -> Pay the money.

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