Housing in Toronto
Student Housing Information for Max the Mutt Students
The Toronto real estate market is presently quite expensive, so a student looking for a 1-bedroom apartment should be looking at budgeting a minimum of $800 per month. If you are willing to take on roommates, a rent budget of $350-$500 each month should be sufficient.
If you would like us to get in touch with other students looking to share living space for the upcoming year, please let us know and we will do our best to contact students who are similarly looking for roommates. Also, if you have any questions about living in Toronto please feel free to contact us.
Below is a list of some of the student housing and residency options available to students who will be attending school in Toronto. Please keep in mind that these residencies generally operate on a first come first serve basis.
- http://www.campus.coop Also open for short term stays over the summer! Taking applications for 2012 now. Student housing co-op.
- http://www.campuscommon.ca Now accepting 2012 Applicants – Offers a roommate matchmaking service.
- http://www.neill-wycik.com Operates as a student housing co-op throughout the year and has more than one location for student apartments.
downtowntorontostudenthousing.A student housing that operates out of the Alexandra Hotel and is conveniently located very close to Max the Mutt Animation School. com
295duff.phpBonaventure Apartments located close to the school at Dufferin and Queen St. West.
Additionally, apartment listings can be found on sites such as:
Always use caution when searching for an apartment, as fraud can happen. Do not make any payments prior to seeing the apartment and signing a rental agreement. Always ask questions about pest infestations, broken appliances, water pressure, tenant obligations, etc. when viewing apartments. It is also worthwhile to familiarize yourself with the legal obligations of tenants and landlords in Ontario prior to renting; this link (ontariotenants.ca) contains some useful information.
If you have any specific questions regarding these residencies, please contact the numbers provided on the webpages for the information. This list is designed to help you in your search for student housing, but Max the Mutt will not be able to answer any questions pertaining to rental costs or applications to these apartments.