Available Sept 1, 2022
Opening in September 2022, SEE-MORE offers students fully-furnished spaces that are specifically designed for university living. Our goal is to allow students to make the most of their experience at school, and to provide them the housing, tools, and resources to foster exploration, growth, and quality of life.
The building’s architecture is inspired by the aesthetic of classic Maritime row houses. Its function exemplifies our overall mission to responsibly densify communities to increase affordability and cultivate connections within and around the space.
Each fully furnished unit comes with custom built-in millwork storage, cozy and trendy furniture, a kitchen fully equipped with brand new, stainless steel, energy efficient appliances (dishwasher, too!), and a personal study nook in every bedroom.
SEE-MORE contains eight fully accessible units, to ensure we support a diverse and thriving community. These units have lower countertops and greater space in areas like bathrooms to facilitate a wheelchair. Exceptionally, they remain unfurnished in order to accommodate any and all specific needs or requirements you may have.
Four Colourways & Sustainable Living
Four different colourways are available to accommodate different students’ styles, each one adding warmth and character to the apartment and giving it a distinct homey vibe. Our decision to fully-furnish our units reflects our stance on sustainable living; by providing high-quality furniture, we all avoid an accumulation of pressed board pieces on the curb at the end of the lease term as students move out and move on. We hate seeing old furniture end up in landfills, so we do our best to reduce waste through our sustainability initiatives. This way the furniture is designed alongside the spaces themselves in harmony.
OUR COMMON SPACES
We know that being a student involves so much more than just going to class, and we understand the complexities and pressures of student life in this crucial time of self-actualization. That’s why we created amazing common spaces in SEE-MORE to encourage discovery, mindfulness/relaxation, socializing, accessibility and play.
Noods 🍜 is our noodle bar, allowing students to grab a quick bite whenever you please and a handy extra space to study and socialize.
Our cafe Bestie ☕, inspired by the concept of dynamic duos, is designed to build and foster connections between students, where you can enjoy coffee as you study and hang.
Our Well Studio 🧘 is a safe haven for students who enjoy nurturing their body and mind through yoga, meditation, stretching, dance, pilates, and any other studio physical activity. We’ll even be bringing in instructors to lead you in practice, since this space is meant to cater to students of all levels and backgrounds of physical activity.
Then we have SEE-MORE Social Club 🕹️, a plush game & movie room for solo or community gatherings.
Our common spaces showcase the intentionality behind our pillars of community, inclusivity, and accessibility. By creating a variety of convenient on-building social and support spaces we can help you make the most of your time on campus and off!
We care deeply about integrating SEE-MORE into the local community in a way that aligns with and honours residents past, present and future.
This can be seen through our collaboration with and support of local professionals whose work we admire; we do this through our artistic partnerships, interior design roll outs, branding, and architecture.
🍜 Noods (noodle bar/cafe)
☕ Bestie (coffee co-op)
🧘 Well Studio (yoga and wellness studio)
🕹️ See-More Social Club (games room)
🧺 Laundry rooms
🪑 Fully Furnished
📓 2 Common study areas & study nook in every bedroom
🛋️ Common lounge space
🍳 Brand new stainless steel kitchen appliances (dishwasher incl.)
🛀 2 Bathrooms with separate shower AND bath
🚴 Bike parking: 80 inside, 14 outside
🧻 Lots of extra storage
🔒 Secure buzzer system at the front
We respectfully acknowledge that we are in Mi’kma’ki (MEEG-MA-GEE), the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people. We strive to contribute to the truth and reconciliation process through a collaboration with Indigenous artists and businesses.