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The Pacific and Malibu, Tucson

N Tyndall Ave, Tucson, 85719, United States
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About the Property

Rising above the vibrant landscape of Tucson, Arizona, The Pacific and Malibu, formerly known as Sol y Luna, is the premier name in luxury student housing in Tucson. Nestled on N Tyndall Ave, 85719, in central Tucson, this student residence is home to an exclusive collection of amenities tailored specifically for students. The Pacific and Malibu offers studio, 1B, 2B, 3B, 4B, 5B ensuite, and non-ensuite fully furnished apartments packed with extras to enrich and support your academic lifestyle. With convenient access to the University of Arizona, The Pacific and Malibu’s ideal location also provides quick access to daily necessities, appetizing dining, lively entertainment venues, and plentiful outdoor recreation.

The University of Arizona hosts over 49,000 students annually from across the country. Tucson presents abundant affordable and prime student housing selections. Each of The Pacific and Malibu's student residences prioritizes student comfort and convenience. Tucson's student housing portfolio includes private dormitories and private rentals. The Pacific and Malibu's compilation of private Tucson student rentals features studios, shared units, and stylish, cozy, reasonably priced rooms with en-suite bathrooms and all essentials. Students seeking short-term leases also have alternate stay options in Tucson, like Richardson. For two days every March, the University of Arizona organizes the Tucson Festival of Books. Having expanded to host 450 authors and 80,000 visitors by 2010, it has emerged as the fourth largest book festival nationwide. This city showcases fascinating museums, heritage sites, and exceptional shopping and cuisine. For outdoor enthusiasts, the surrounding mountains and desert offer a natural playground of stunning parks, premier hiking and biking routes, camping sites and breathtaking drives. Overall, The Pacific and Malibu turns out to be the ideal housing for international students who want to study in Arizona for their higher education.


The Pacific and Malibu student apartment is equipped with everything you need to start your day off right. The 1B, 2B, 3B, 4B, 5B ensuite, and non-ensuite floor plans at The Pacific and Malibu feature contemporary interior design geared for comfortable student living. Living areas have energy-efficient central air units alongside common area TVs and plush furnishings perfect for winding down between studies. Gourmet kitchens equipped with quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and built-in water filtration systems encourage meal prepping and dining in. For privacy, bedrooms have personal beds alongside sprawling private balconies showcasing mountain vistas. The convenience of in-home full-size washers and dryers helps tackle piles of laundry with ease.

In addition to the upscale in-unit features, The Pacific and Malibu also nurture community through shared indoor and outdoor venues that bring people together. The centerpiece is a lavish rooftop pool and adjoining hot tub alongside patio seating with unmatched mountain views. Adjacent facilities include a steam room, yoga/dance studio, and a cutting-edge fitness center to break a sweat. For leisure, open-air courtyards have fire pits with built-in seating, perfect for chilling out on sunny days or stargazing on cool desert nights. Indoors, students find spaces conducive to productivity, like tech-loaded computer lounges and quiet study nooks, as well as those fueling fun from the surround sound theater lounge to subterranean garage hosting events. Controlled building access, 24/7 emergency response teams and surveillance systems provide security so residents can fully embrace Southwestern living with peace of mind. With premium facilities bundled at the Pacific and Malibu it also includes utilities like TV to WiFi.

Location and What's Hot?

Tucson is a foodie's paradise, with restaurants such as Sher-E-Punjab and Yamato Japanese Restaurant just a short walk from The Pacific and Malibu. Weekends are available for visiting nearby attractions such as Will You Escape and the Tucson Botanical Gardens. This unique facility is his 328,000-square-foot landscaped gardens surrounded by archaeological remains, with plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities.

Tucson is a fun place for students who want to live there. Incorporating local ingredients such as tepary beans, chiltepins, and prickly pears is the driving force behind Tucson's designation as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy. At the Tucson Meet Yourself festival, sample dozens of traditional dishes. The city has many exciting destinations for students to spend their free time, including Kitt Peak National Observatory, Valley of the Moon, and Pima Air and Space Museum. Tucson also has excellent restaurants and clubs, such as Sushi Garden, Bashful Bandit and Cactus Moon. Tucson's great climate, national parks, forests, and deserts provide the perfect setting for many outdoor activities. Still, the city of half a million people has its share of history and culture as well. Tucson has a much older history than many of its southwestern neighbors, with early 20th-century architecture, historic districts, museums, and an 18th-century mission station, the Sun Serves Mission Xavier del Bac. He's one of America's Most Beautiful Missions. It also has a college-town feel thanks to the University of Arizona, which has its own museum and science center. Play golf, go horseback riding and hiking in the wilderness at world-class golf resorts, discover desert flora and fauna at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, and pre-Columbian and other art at the Tucson Museum of Art.


Tucson has an excellent public transportation system called Sun Tran, with buses and taxis for students. The location of the property has excellent access. You can catch a bus from the Speedway/Euclid (SE) and Manzanita/Mohave East, which are within walking distance from The Pacific and Malibu. The Tucson Amtrak Station is also conveniently located at a driving distance from the housing and is accessible via the Intercity Train. In general, students residing at The Pacific and Malibu student housing in Tucson can enjoy a hassle-accessible commute to universities and other destinations in Tucson, thanks to the abundance of transportation choices.

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Common Amenities

Outdoor Tv lounge
Open garage parking
Surround sound audio
Recycling center
First floor restaurants and retail
Computer lounge with wifi and 24/7 printing cloud options

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Frequently Asked Questions

When should I book?

You should book well in advance to avoid disappointment. We do accept late bookings, however, this is based on availability which may be limited. Most accommodations have great offers which can be availed by early booking, we suggest booking your ideal accomodation as soon as possible!

Can I make group bookings?

Yes depending on the property type, we accept group bookings, Please contact us to discuss availability.

Does Amber charge any service fees?

Amber will help you book the property as per your requirements. No- we do not charge you for our services, unless specified others.

How do I cancel a booking?

You can cancel your booking before the contract begins as per the cancellation policies mentioned on our page. Do read through the properties cancellation policies, get in touch with us to know more. 

Where do I start?

You can start by choosing a room type that suits your needs and falls under your budget. The most popular student accommodation options are: Student accommodation (En-suites Studios), Individual Appartments( 1bed, 2 bed & so on), Independent house. You will be able to find these options listed on Amber! you can get in touch with us for choosing the right accommodation.

How long of a lease can I sign?

All leases are 12-month installments, but short-term leases or immediate move-in may be available. Please contact the leasing office for more information.

What is an Individual Lease?

An individual lease is a per-bed lease. You sign a lease for a bed in the apartment and share common areas with roommates. This means you are only responsible for your installment. This allows you to live with roommates without having to worry about whether they’re going to pay on time.

What is an installment?

Your contract is based on a total amount that is divided into 12 equal installments for convenience. Because of this, your first and last month’s rent are not prorated.

When is my installment due? How can i pay for that?

Installments are due by the 1st of each month. You can pay this through your resident portal with a debit/credit card or e-check. You can also bring in or mail a check or money order to the leasing office.

What if i need to break my lease or plan to go home for the summer?

All leases are 12-month installments. If you need to get out of your lease early, you can relet your unit by finding somebody to take over the remainder of your lease. Please contact the front office to discuss in detail. A relet fee may apply.

What is a Guarantor? Is a Guarantor required?

A guarantor is a co-signer for your lease agreement and allows us to qualify you for your lease based on their income. A resident can act as their own guarantor if they can show documentation as outlined in the lease agreement that they have income greater than three times the rental installment.

Why do you need my Social Security Number?

We need your Social Security number to run a standard criminal background check.

Do you offer roommate matching if I don't have enough people to fill my apartment?

Yes. Roommate matching is available if you are not able to fill your unit.

Is Renter's insurance required? Do you provide that insurance?

Renter’s insurance is required for all residents at the property. Residents are able to enroll in the Sentosa Trust Liability Insurance Program which covers fire, smoke, falling objects and water damage for $12.99 per month. While residents may obtain their own insurance as well, they will be automatically enrolled in the program if they fail to provide their own.

Do you have maintenance staff? How do I request one?

Our on-site maintenance team will be available to address any maintenance concerns you may have. You can submit a maintenance request through your resident portal or call our on-site leasing office.

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Student Accomodations in Tucson

Tucson Student Accommodation

Although it can be difficult, finding decent student housing in Tucson is not complicated. Amber delivers a wide selection of reasonably priced and comfortable student apartments in Tucson, AZ. The University of Arizona is situated in Tucson, which annually enrols over 49,000 students from around the nation. The city of Tucson provides a range of economical and premium options for the best student apartments in Tucson, AZ. Every student apartment in Tucson, AZ is created with the students' best comfort in mind. Private residence halls and private housing make up Tucson student accommodation.

Our off campus student housing in Tucson AZ includes studios, communal apartments, and cosy, elegant, but budget-friendly en suites with all utilities that one might need during their stay. Students looking for short-term rentals have these best student apartments in Tucson, AZ. Amber helps students streamline their booking process and provides them with a hassle-free and seamless experience while booking student housing in Tuscon.

About Tucson

Tucson, Arizona and is home to the University of Arizona. With a population of 542,628, it is Arizona's second-largest city after Phoenix. The Tucson Gem & Mineral Show, held for over 50 years, is one of the world's largest gem and mineral shows. Over two days in March, the University of Arizona hosts the Tucson Festival of Books. With 450 authors and 80,000 attendees, it had grown to become the fourth-largest book festival in the United States by 2010.

The University of Arizona's main campus occupies 380 acres in central Tucson, about a mile northeast of the city's centre. Many of the early structures were designed by Roy Place, a prominent Tucson architect, including the Arizona State Museum buildings (including the 1927 main library) and Centennial Hall.

The city has fascinating museums, historical sites, and excellent shopping and dining. For those interested in outdoor activities, the nearby mountains and desert offer a playground with lovely parks, fantastic hiking and biking routes, camping, and some really stunning drives. With a huge amount of student intake every year, Tucson is amongst some of the best cities to be in for international students. The people in the city are friendly, which makes it easier for international students to get accustomed to the city and its vibe.

Best Student Housing in Tucson

Any student would struggle with life's necessities. On the other hand, student apartments in Tucson, AZ are an essential factor for students. Tucson is an affordable place to live in Arizona, with a cost of living that is 6% lower than the national average and 5% lower than the state average. The amber website offers a variety of housing options for students in various areas. Student housing in Tucson is selling out like fresh pancakes on a Sunday morning. After you have had a long day attending your lectures and completing assignments at your college, all you look forward to is heading home and having a relaxed evening for the rest of your day. There are multiple Tucson student housing types to choose from, but Ensuites, Studios and Non-ensuites are the most preferred types of student housing in Tucson. We only choose the best housing that is within your budget, close to your university and jam-packed with all the amenities you might need for your stay with us.

1. Wildcat Canyon Village, Tucson

Wildcat Canyon Village is a stunning student accommodation in Tucson that offers one and 2-bedroom apartments. The property is just 6 minutes away on foot from the University of Arizona, making it an ideal student accommodation in Tucson for you.

2. The Pacific and Malibu, Tucson

Rising above the vibrant landscape of Tucson, Arizona, The Pacific and Malibu, previously Sol y Luna, is the premier name in luxury student housing. Our newly redesigned, high-rise community is home to an exclusive package of amenities curated specifically for you. Meanwhile, our studio, one-, two-, three-, four-, and five-bedroom apartments come packed with in-home extras to liven up your downtime and complement your academic lifestyle. With quick access to the University of Arizona, our prime location is also minutes away from daily necessities, tasty dining, vibrant entertainment venues, and plenty of outdoor recreation. Choose The Pacific and Malibu, and start your life off in style.

Cost of Living in Tucson

People typically spend about £200 per week, which is moderate by international standards. Your grocery needs, including those for fruits and vegetables, dairy products, and water, will be met by this budget. You'll start understanding costs and developing budgeting skills once you've lived in the city for a few weeks. Budgets for students should range from £400 to £800 per month.

1. Food - $20-40/week

2. Gas and Electricity - $200-300 /month

3. Internet and Mobile Phone - $50-70 /month

4. Dinner at a Restaurant - $50-80 one time

5. Laundry - $10-30 /month

6. Stationery and Textbooks - $20-40 /month

7. Clothing - $30-100 /month

8. Travel (Buses, trams, and Trains) - $20-50 /month

Student Travel Tucson

Thanks to the grid layout, Central Tucson is easy to navigate. Tucson has an excellent public transport network called Sun Tran, with buses and taxis for students. Tuscon is connected by an intricate network of transportation systems, which make it fairly easy for students to travel and explore the city whenever they wish to do so.

1. Bus

The city's Sun Tran bus system serves greater Tucson with the standard, express, regional shuttle, and on-demand shuttle bus services, and it offers more than 40 routes throughout the city. Day passes are available on buses for $4. Buses are one of the most economical travel methods in Tucson for students.

2. Taxis

Taxis are probably the easiest way to travel in the city. Sun Link is a streetcar line that connects the University of Arizona's campus with 4th Avenue. The general rate is $5 for the first mile and $2.60 for every mile afterwards.

3. Shuttle

Connecting shuttle services from Tucson to other locations/attractions in Arizona are available. Arizona Shuttle serves from three Tucson locations: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Prescott, Sedona, Flagstaff, and the Grand Canyon. Taking a shuttle is one of the best ways for students to explore nearby attractions and different cities in Arizona.

4. Bicycle

When you book student housing in Tuscon with amber, Cycling becomes one of the most economical and environmentally friendly ways to travel in Tucson for students, as our options for student housing in Tucson are located in close proximity to multiple universities and colleges.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Tucson

Tucson will be fun for students who plan to live there. Arizonans support Arizonans. The bartenders at a craft brewery will suggest another one nearby if you sit down. Shopping in Tucson is a popular pastime for both visitors and locals. Flavours here have been developed over centuries. The embrace of native ingredients such as tepary beans, chiltepin, and prickly pear was a driving force behind Tucson's designation as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy. Chefs use them creatively and boldly to fuse the region's cultural influences making Tucson one of the best cities in the USA if you’re someone who is interested in trying out new foods and flavours. You can sample dozens of traditional dishes at the Tucson Meet Yourself festival. Get moving and begin exploring your interests and how to make the most of your stay in Tucson. Tucson offers some of the best activities and places to visit that will help you connect with the city's rich cultural and historical heritage.

The city has many exciting destinations where students can hang out during their leisure time, such as the Kitt Peak National Observatory, Valley of the Moon, and the Pima Air and Space Museum. Tucson also has excellent restaurants and clubs, such as Sushi Garden, Bashful Bandit, and Cactus Moon. When you’re living in a student housing in Tucson that is fulfilled with amber, students tend never to run out of fun activities and things to do. The student accommodations are very likely to be a fun and memorable experience for students that will last them a lifetime.

Tucson Tourist Attractions

Tucson, known as the "City of Sunshine," has a pleasant mix of cultural and natural attractions to keep visitors busy, but the area's warm, dry climate draws tourists and snowbirds.

Among the popular attractions is

1. Saguaro National Park

2. Sabino Canyon

3. Madera Canyon

4. Catalina State Park

Universities in Tucson

Students from all around the world choose to study in London as this city holds some of the best universities in the world. Adding to this fact, Tucson is an amazing neighbourhood which is close to these universities. Here are some of the universities in the close vicinity of Tucson:

1. The University of Arizona

2. Pima Medical Institute - Tucson

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