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Harrington Housing North York, Toronto

Assiniboine Rd, Toronto, M3J 0A6, Canada
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CA$202
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12.5 mi from City Center
12.5 mi from City Center( 4h 7m. 55m. 37m)
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city center | 9.9 mi
York University | 0.4 mi
Humber College | 5.8 mi
George brown college | 7.8 mi
Payment Instalment Plan
No Visa No Pay
bills included
Wfi Internet
Washer / Dryer
Fully Furnished
laundry facility

About the Property

North York student housing is a modern and premium student accommodation in Toronto. Located near June Rowlands Park, the property offers shared apartments, studios, and en-suites to choose from. Additionally, York University is within walking distance while Humber College, George Brown College, and Seneca College are located just a short drive from the property.


Toronto is one of the biggest cities in North America. As there are many students here, you wouldn't feel alienated or feel alone as there are many activities and things to do in this city. If you are someone who likes to explore nature, Toronto is one of the best places to go. The City may be really busy, but it gives a homely vibe to students, and many often stay back after their studies.  This Toronto student housing is located in one of the prime spots in the city. Being close to universities and also being close to important areas of the city makes North York student housing a prime student housing option for students.

Features

New York student housing has many amenities for its residents so that they can have a comfortable stay. There is Wi-Fi Internet access so that you can be connected to the internet and have a seamless connection. There is also a washer and dryer so that you can wear clean and fresh clothes every day.


As you move into the room, you will see that there is a TV in the room so that you can watch your favourite shows and watch the match. There is also a comfortable full bed so that you can have a comfortable sleep after a long day. There are bed linens provided by this student accommodation in north york Toronto so that you do not have to worry about carrying and buying any. There is also a desk lamp to fit your aesthetics and to light up the table as you are studying late at night. There is also a wardrobe in new york accommodation so that you can keep your clothes in a neat and tidy way.

Location and What's Hot?

As being one of the most popular cities in the world, Toronto has no shortage of things to do there are amazing restaurants and cafes in the city. Alo Restaurant is one of the most popular fine-dining restaurants in the city. Run by a Michelin-star chef, this restaurant will truly satisfy your heart. As one cant keep having fine dining food, there are amazing street food options like Seven Lives, where you can have amazing tacos, fish fingers and many other scrumptious dishes. As being a student, one loves to party, and Toronto surely isn't shy of partying. 44, the superclub in Toronto, is frequented by the likes of Drake, Jaden Smith, Tory Lanez and even NAV. You will usually find the club to be packed as it is a hotspot for students. Rebel is also one of the big players in clubbing. Being a venue for multiple after-parties and concerts, Rebel will surely get you dancing nonstop throughout the night.

Commute

The accommodation is well connected to public transport, with multiple bus stops available within walking distance. 84 North York Ave - Salvation Army bus stop is just a minute's walk away, and North York Ave at Acacia Rd bus stop is a 3-minute walk from the property. Students need not worry about commuting in and around the city. Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) operates transportation in Toronto. It has an extensive network of buses and streetcars. The Toronto Coach Terminal in downtown Toronto is a hub for intercity bus services in Southern Ontario. Ajax Plaza Bus Terminal, Ajax, Barrie Bus Terminal, Barrie Belleville Transit Terminal, Belleville, Charles St. Transit Terminal, and Kitchener are major bus stations which connect major areas of the city. Union Station is an important railway station and intermodal transportation hub in Toronto.

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Cancellation Policies (4)

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does the rent include?

The rent includes all utilities, internet, as well as living in a fully furnished apartment. It also includes the use of the building amenities, such as a gym, swimming pool, rooftop, and so on (if applicable).

Who can rent with property? I am not a student?

They are a purpose-built housing provider. They provide co-living housing both to students and young professionals. If you have concerns about whether you are eligible to apply, please contact their booking team by mail.

How does the rent payment work?

At the time of check-out, you are only required to make your deposit payment. Paying a deposit will secure your room. Your first rent payment is due upon your move-in. Let's say today is January 15 and you would like to book a room from March 1 to September 31. Today, you will need to pay the deposit amount to hold your room. The first rent payment is due any time until March 1. You will need to pay your first rent to receive your apartment keys. In other words, the deposit secures your room, and the first rent brings you the keys.

What is the verification process?

After the booking submission, you will be asked to follow the instructions to verify your identity and proof of study/work. They want to make sure they only accept people who are verified to be a good fit for their  co-living community.

How can I visit the room before booking?

On their  website, you will find a link where you can book a tour. This can be virtual or in person.

What is required for booking?

To book you will need to complete the verification process by uploading a photo ID, proof of study, proof of address, ID proof of guarantor, and then pay the deposit listed in the booking process. If you are a student, they require proof of study instead of proof of work. This full process can be completed online.

What is proof of guarantor?

It is proof that you have a guarantor agreeing to secure or 'guarantee' tenancy agreement/contract. A guarantor can be an individual (parent, spouse, relative, etc.) who promises to pay a tenant’s debt in the case the payment has not been transferred for a reason.

Why can’t I select the dates I want?

You can only select beginning and end of the month as a move-in date. If you have a specific move-in date in mind, you may contact by mail in case they can accommodate your inquiry.

How do my friend and I rent an apartment together?

Bookings are done individually, but you may request to live in the same apartment with your friend. They do their  best to make this happen but it is based on availability. Please contact their  booking team by mail.

Can I meet my roommates before moving in?

In most circumstances, your exact room is assigned the day you move in. Their housing coordinators will introduce you to your roommates when you move in.

Are property premises Co-ed?

They have all-female, all-male, and mixed apartments, based on availability at the time of booking. During the booking process kindly let them know your preference and they will do their  best to accommodate it.

How do I cancel my booking?

Please see their cancellation policy.

What if my classes are canceled due to Covid-19?

Please see their cancellation policy, with a special Covid-19 update. Proof will be required for cancellation requests based on Covid-19. Additional fees might apply depending on how much notice is provided.

Will I lose my furniture deposit if my classes are canceled due to Covid-19?

A furniture deposit could be used as a credit for a future booking if the cancellation is related to Covid-19. Other terms and conditions can be found.

Why am I paying a furniture deposit?

The furniture deposit is to secure the room and cover any potential damage to furniture, other loss, or default in rent payment. Please see their furniture deposit policy here (does not apply to Toronto and Montreal premises).

Is the furniture deposit returned?

The deposit will be returned within 21 business days after the rooming agreement term stays, provided that the contractual obligations have been met and mandatory fees have been deducted.

What is the Service Fee?

The service fee is a non-refundable administrative fee, to cover costs associated with your application process, verification, screening, and contract preparation.

Do I pay my rent month to month, or weekly?

They allow flexible lease terms, and rent payment is due every 4 weeks. A payment plan will be generated and added to the end of your housing agreement for your reference. Let's say you rented a room at a rate of $275/week, and your total duration of stay is 12-week. You will need to make payments in 3 installments of $1100/each.

What if I want to change my room type?

Room type changes are subject to availability and will involve an extra cleaning fee pending approval.

How can I extend my stay?

You need to provide a written request to extend your stay, preferably with a 30-day notice. Extensions are based on availability and they do their  best to accommodate them.

How many people will I be living with?

You will live in a co-living space with other roommates. 95% of their premises accommodate three (3) roommates in total. An exact number of roommates depends on the apartment layout and location.

Do I get my own bathroom?

Unless specified otherwise, all rooms have shared bathrooms. If you are looking for ultimate privacy, they do have a master room with a private bathroom and entire apartment options in certain locations.

How many people share the same bathroom?

Generally, you will be sharing the bathroom with 2 other roommates depending on the apartment layout. They have some apartments with a master room with a private bathroom, based on availability.

Does the apartment have a common living room?

There is a small dining area near the kitchen area. Particularly with the Covid-19 precautions, they discourage their residents to gather in common areas unless necessary.

Is a kitchen included?

Yes, all of their apartments come with a fully furnished, shared kitchen. This includes a small dining area, pots, pans, dishes, utensils, and appliances.

Is the internet included?

They are happy to provide each resident with an unlimited Wi-Fi internet connection. This is included in the rental price. Also, property prepares the rooms with fresh bed linens and deep cleaning before the move-in. Residents need to leave the room in the same condition as it is found, including the replacement of fresh bed linens and completion of deep move-out cleaning.

Is there a laundry?

Yes, all their premises have either in-unit or on-site laundry.

Is parking included?

Parking may be provided for an additional fee, provided that the duration of the stay is a minimum of one year. Please contact by mail for details.

Are there locks on doors?

Unfortunately, they do not place locks on doors. Due to existing fire code requirements, they attach importance to the security of the co-living units, and individual locks create a less preferable environment in terms of the security of their tenants.

What is flex space?

Flex space is one of the budget-friendly options they offer. It’s ideal for students looking for luxury living with basic privacy. The space is an alternative to a shared room and is created with a temporary bookcase partition. The full description can be found on their website.

Do you have a cleaning service?

Prior to moving in, your room is cleaned and you are provided with fresh linens. It is up to all roommates to keep their rooms and common areas clean.

What is your guest policy?

Due to the unique living environment at property premises, constant overnight guests are not allowed. You are able to have friends and family visit you. However overnight guests overpopulate the apartment and are not permitted.

Do you provide a meal plan?

Meal plans are not provided. Their apartments have fully furnished kitchens with standard appliances including pots, pans, dishes, and cutlery. There are grocery stores nearby.

Can I bring my own sheets and furniture?

They provide fresh bed linens prior to moving in. Their rooms are fully furnished with a bed, study desk, side table, lighting, and smart TV. As long as the room is left in the same condition after your stay, you may replace your own linens and small furniture.

Can I rent an apartment to myself?

Yes, you can rent an entire studio or one-bedroom apartment. Please check their website for availability.

What if I have a roommate issue?

Their residence is a co-living shared space and they encourage open communication to try and resolve any household issues. Please contact your housing coordinator, for some further assistance.

Is there 24/7 security on the premises?

Most of their locations have a concierge security desk. Additionally, a key fob is needed, to enter the building.

What is the check-in process?

Check-in generally begins after 4:00 pm on your planned move-in date. You will receive move-in instructions by email, which will include the housing coordinator’s contact information. You can inform them when you’re on the way, or a time you plan to be at the residence and they will meet you.
You will have a short orientation when you arrive and will receive your keys if your first rent payment was made.

For earlier check-ins (early arriving flights) ?

You can call / message the coordinator via WhatsApp and let them know your arrival time. You will be able to leave your luggage in the common area of the apartment and return later once your room is ready.

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Student Housing in Toronto

Toronto, known for its high-rise buildings and many skyscrapers, has attracted students from all over the world, owing to its renowned universities in the city, like the University of Toronto and York University. This makes the hunt for student housing in Toronto for many students a daunting task since the universities have their own private halls and undergraduate halls which tend to fill out quickly. Needless to say, finding the perfect Toronto student housing may keep you up at night, but thankfully, amber is here to help! Amber provides a wide range of student residences in Toronto that are located all over the city, and many of them are placed in popular spots for students, especially near universities. The variety of options for student housing in Toronto caters to everyone’s needs and lifestyle. Amber offers students affordable student housing in Toronto, which includes well-known residences ranging from modest en-suites to student apartments. A few popular student residences in Toronto include Harrington Housing Sherbourne, Harrington Housing Waterfront, Harrington Housing Charles St., and Harrington Housing Pembroke, among others.

About Toronto

Toronto, located in Canada, is the largest city in the country and serves as a major cultural and economic hub. The city is known for its vibrant atmosphere and multicultural diversity. Toronto is home to prestigious universities and colleges, including the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, York University, and many more. Each neighborhood within the city offers unique characteristics and amenities, ensuring that everyone can find something that suits their interests. According to the World Population Review, the population of Toronto is estimated at 2,98,879 in 2024, making it the most populated city in Canada.

Tourists from around the world flock to Toronto, especially during the summer, to explore its cultural attractions, vibrant nightlife, beautiful gardens, stunning beaches, world-class museums, a wide range of dining options, many natural reserves, and beautiful views. There are countless reasons to fall in love with this magnificent city in Canada. Moreover, Toronto is recognized for offering some of the most lucrative salaries in the country, thanks to the presence of major corporations. Canada is known for its vast landmass, being slightly smaller than the entire continent of Europe. The United States borders it to the south and shares its northern border with Alaska in the United States.

Best Student Housing in Toronto

Since Toronto is a city famous among students for the universities, many of them come to the city to pursue their dreams and careers. Finding suitable student housing in Toronto can become a challenge for international students. Amber helps you find the best Toronto student housing in three easy steps: select, pay, and book. You can find purpose-built studios, flats, and other affordable options for student housing in Toronto in a hassle-free way. When planning to move to Toronto, students should look at the localities next to their university. Many students prefer to live in student-friendly neighborhoods; hence, we have listed the best options for student accommodation in Toronto to consider:

1. Harrington Housing Sherbourne

2. Harrington Housing Waterfront

3.  Urby Housing M5V 3V9

4. Harrington Housing Pembroke

5. Harrington Housing Wellesley

6. 19 Grand Trunk Crescent 

7. 897 College

8. 88 Cumberland Street (Yorkville)

9. Harrington Housing Mill

10. Pearson Housing Wellesley Street

Cost of Living in Toronto

Student housing in Toronto is considered ideal for students because they are affordable. Students can avoid going over budget with proper planning and budgeting. We recommend setting aside between CA$1,000-CA$1,500/month to cover all living expenses and other personal expenses for accommodations in Toronto for students. Below, we give a brief estimation of living expenses one should consider while choosing student apartments Toronto:

1. Transportation: CA$ 3 - CA$9/ride

2. Food:  CA$300 - CA$ 400/month

3. Groceries: CA$ 200 - CA$ 300/month

4. Phone and Internet: CA$150 - CA$ 170/month

5. Entertainment:  CA$140 - CA$160/month

Student Travel Toronto

The students who choose to stay in student housing Toronto options can easily access public transport to travel to places. The routes in the city are well-connected and offer a hassle-free travel experience, regardless of whether you are exploring the city or the university. Public transport in Toronto mainly consists of trams, taxis, rapid transits and subways. The college encourages sustainability and encourages students to use public transit, bicycle commuting, walking or carpooling. Moreover, many Toronto student housing options offer bike storage and car parking to add more convenience to everyone’s life.

1. Subway

The Toronto Subway System comprises four lines, out of which 1 is a light metro line and 75 stations on a route of 76.9 kilometers. The subway runs seven days a week every half an hour. The students can catch a subway from the various stations that are close to their accommodation in Toronto for international students.

2. Train

The students can also catch a train from the Greenwood Yard train station. The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) offers travel passes every month. The fare value for a single person is approximately CA$ 3.35. The yearly travel pass usually costs around CA$ 143 and $156 per month. The TTC also offers presto, which means pay as you go. The presto fare is CA$ 3.30. The one-ride ticket costs around CA$ 3.35, whereas the two-ride ticket costs around CA$ 6.70. The presto offers travel passes on a per-day basis, which costs CA$ 13.50.

3. Cycle: The students can tour the city by renting cycles. Toronto offers 627 km of on-street cycling facilities, making the city a safe option for cyclists. In addition, most options for Toronto student housing also offer dedicated bike/cycle storage facilities, which add a lot more convenience for students.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Toronto

The city of Toronto is a hotspot for students since the city has a lot to offer! With an easy and affordable transport system, students will be able to travel around the city with ease and explore the many restaurants, clubs, cafes, and tourist attractions of the city! A few famous restaurants in Toronto include the likes of El Catrin Destileria and Pure Spirits, which serve Japanese and Mexican cuisines. Another popular restaurant, Fat Pasha, offers authentic Middle Eastern dishes. Students who want to experience the thrilling nightlife of Toronto can do that by spending their weekends at the Score on King and Bar Hop, which are some of the best clubs in Toronto. After a long night, students can grab a cup of coffee from cafes like Third Wave Coffee and Chaveta Coffee.

The art galleries in Toronto depict the city's multicultural diversity, which students can explore and learn about by visiting the Art Gallery of Ontario and Arctus, which are some of the most renowned art galleries there. The city is also host to the International Film Festival, which is one of the prestigious film festivals that takes place every year, where stars and people from all over the globe gather to attend. The Royal Ontario Museum is one of the largest museums in Canada, where students can explore various arts, world culture and the history of Toronto. The museum also attracts over one million visitors every year. Students who enjoy hiking can visit Mount Nemo and Bruce Trail for a thrilling hiking experience! With so many things to do and the high number of student housing Toronto options, students can make the most of their experience here.

Toronto Tourist Attractions

Toronto is known for its various museums, art galleries, cafes and restaurants. The city also offers some extravagant tourist attractions which students can visit to explore the city's culture. Here are some of the most famous tourist attractions you can visit while you finalize your student housing in Toronto.

1. CN Tower

2. Royal Ontario Museum

3. Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

4. St. Lawrence market

5. Hockey Hall of Fame

6. High Park

Universities in Toronto

Toronto is a city filled with various universities, and these colleges make Toronto a fascinating option for students. Some of the best universities that are located close to your Toronto student housing properties are:

1. University of Toronto

2. York University

3. Seneca College

4. George Brown College

5. Ryerson University 

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