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Avant, Toronto

Student Accommodation

50 Gerrard St E, Toronto, Ontario M5B 1J6

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Property ID: S01407146
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Basic Info

188 Beds

Built in 2021 · Renovated in 2021

No Service Fee Gym 24 hours security Furnished Bills included Parcels collect

Welcome to Avant Toronto. We offer 188 fully furnished student apartments in the heart of Toronto's university and college district.
We've thought it through: Your student residence would have to be affordable - that's a must. And close to where you study. Spacious bedrooms with a private kitchen and bathroom would be nice. Add state-of-the-art safety, security and eco-friendly features as kind to your pocketbook as to the environment - perfect. Here’s why Avant is your best option:

• We’re located in the heart of the city – steps away from TMU, UofT, OCADU & TFS! 

• Our units are fully furnished & our rates include WiFi + utilities!

• Our residents are part of a student community that is inclusive, diverse, and centred around our social events + outings! 

House Rules

Cancellation Policy


Your lease is set for a fixed term from September 1st - August 31st. If you would like to end your lease early, you must seek approval from management and are then responsible for finding another resident who is a student to take over your lease. Until a suitable resident has signed a lease and paid the last month deposit, you are responsible for upholding your lease. An administration fee of $250+tax applies to all lease reassignments.
Application Policy

Required Documents

Passport Sample

Offer Sample

Pets Policy

Pet allowed

Avant FAQs

Is the apartment furnished?

All suites are fully furnished with new and modern furniture. Your suite includes a bed and bed frame, a desk and desk chair, and in-suite kitchenettes and bathrooms.

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, which is the number of bathrooms. For example, 3B3B refers to the apartment type with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. House types marked with [single] or [private] refer to a single bedroom, and one bedroom can accommodate one person;"

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What are the dimensions of the bed?

1.37*1.91m (full size)
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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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