Picture your life here.
Whether you’re renting your first apartment or just ready to upgrade your current situation, The Arch has studio apartments that will fit the life you aspire to.
Floorplans and finishings may vary from unit-to-unit.
Front load washer/dryer
Granite countertops in kitchen and bath
Double-glazed aluminum windows
Video camera surveillance
Gated underground parking
Cats allowed with $350 non-refundable pet deposit
Create your studio style
For some, life isn’t lived within four walls. And if that’s you, a studio might be your perfect place. Minimalist. Modern. Comfortable. Studio apartments give you the perfect place to crash between your adventures.
526 square feet doesn’t sound like a lot but its got everything you need to call home. Studios at The Arch feature a galley style kitchen with a granite kitchen counter and full 3-piece modern bath. They even have a full sized washer/dryer and a balcony.
Located on the second floor of the tower, you’ve got easy assess to your studio but you’re also above street level which makes your balcony that much more private.
You want to exercise? There’s a gym in the building. You want to meet some of your neighbours? Check out the sundeck. The tower has all sorts of building amenities to extend your experience beyond your studio. Plus thoughtful construction (with reinforced concrete construction and double-glazed aluminum windows) allows you to enjoy your time at home even more.
But really, when you’re living at The Arch - close to restaurants, pubs, bars and more - you’re probably not going to be staying home very much anyway. Have you wandered around this neighbourhood yet? It’ll take some serious dedication to put a dent on exploring all it has to offer. And that’s just what’s within walking distance.Your studio apartment can still make a statement. It’s all in the details. And smart use of your space.
- A uniform colour palette keeps a small space from feeling too busy
- Large mirrors help emphasize openness and spaciousness while creating connection
- Use floating shelves rather than shelving units to free up floor space
- Make your own wall or room divider (if it moves, even better)
- Utilize unconventional hidden storage