We specialize in the business of providing purpose-built co-living / housing services to students, interns and young professional. Staying with us means joining the family, having a new social network with the company of like-minded residents, and participating in our orientation and social activities. Getting bored? Then switch to one of our cities.Living in a super luxurious highrise building makes things different when you are just making your first move to a new city. Our property is one of the most luxurious Toronto highrises located at the intersection of Bloor St. and Sherbourne St. Our facility has over 400 rooms and offers more than you can imagine, including a gym, outdoor terrace, and movie theatre.
Our property is ideally and centrally situated, putting the things you want practically outside your door. It takes a 3-minute walk to the subway station, an only 15-minute walk to Ryerson University, and a 20-minute walk to the University of Toronto.At Sherbourne, all the options are just steps from your door: trendy eateries, eclectic boutiques, emerging art galleries are all yours to explore. From everyday conveniences to eclectic eating places.
Private Bathroom · Full Bed · (7 m² /80 ft²)
Air Conditioning · Closet / Drawers · Desk / Workspace · Kitchenette · Wifi in Room
Shared Bathroom · Full Bed · (110 m² / 1185 ft²)
Air Conditioning · Balcony · Desk / Workspace · Iron · Kitchenette · TV · Wifi in Room
Shared Bathroom · Full Bed · (9 m² /95 ft²)
Air Conditioning · Closet / Drawers · Desk / Workspace · Kitchenette · TV · Wifi in Room
Private Bathroom · Full Bed · (13 m² /140 ft²)
Air Conditioning · Closet / Drawers · Desk / Workspace · Kitchenette · TV · Wifi in Room · Balcony · Iron
Meet Mark Kohen,
your Community Manager.
Billiards / Pool
Chill Out Area
Parking (free on street)
Energy Efficient Appliances
Food Waste Composting
Reduced Plastic Use
In returning security deposit, a minimum mandatory deduction of $150 will be made in reference to the new linen set fee ($50), move-out cleaning service ($50) and the furniture depreciation deduction ($50).