Check Out Sandy Hill’s Most Luxurious Student Apartments Now Available

Are you a student at uOttawa and looking for a great spot to live? CARRÉ 417 is one of Sandy Hill’s only luxury student living locations. It’s brand new and ready for you to move in to this May.

This building was built with millennials in mind, so it has all the things you could want in a student home. If you want to live alone or with friends, CARRÉ 417, managed by Fahel & Co, is the perfect fit for the busy and active student. It’s located just steps away from uOttawa campus, the Minto Sports Complex, the Rideau Canal, the Rideau Centre, and of course, the Byward Market.

Not only do these units come fully furnished, but they are equipped with all the things you could need to live comfortably and luxuriously while hitting the books. The kitchen comes fully stocked with dinnerware, cookware, and top-notch stainless steel appliances. There’s a cozy living room with a 50-inch flat screen smart TV for all your Netflix binging needs, and to top it off, each bedroom has its own private ensuite. That’s right, your own bathroom. They even provide bedding. It’s like living in a hotel, so all you need to bring are your personal belongings.

This building is changing the ways of student living at an affordable rate. Rooms start at $980/month which includes all utilities and wifi. You can take a 3D walk through of the units here.

Still not sold? They are offering $100 if you sign your lease before March 15th. Don’t wait, these units are going fast and you don’t want to miss out on the newest place downtown to live in style.

This post is sponsored by Fahel & Co.

Related posts

The Essential Proposal Guide: Do’s & Dont’s

Roughly 10% of all proposals happen on Valentine’s Day, and with this romantic holiday on the…
Read more

7 Questions with CTV News Ottawa’s Leah Larocque

From her passion for languages to her love for British Period Dramas and marathon running, CTV…
Read more

The Handbook: 2024's Most Anticipated Trends In Home, Fashion & Entertainment

You heard it here first: farmhouse-style kitchens may be left in 2023. Modern kitchens with…
Read more