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Chalet Floorplans

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Chalet Floorplans

Apartments are furnished with a fridge and stove, kitchen table and two chairs, two kitchen stools, two living room love seats, a coffee table and end table, and bedroom furniture which includes a bed, a desk chair and desk. All windows in each apartment are dressed with vertical blinds.

  • independent living;
  • four students share a modern, furnished apartment;
  • fully wired for phone (phone included) and internet;
  • one-and-a-half baths;
  • four family units available.

All four-bedroom apartments have a shared kitchen and living area and one-and-a-half bathrooms (shower curtains and bathmats are provided). One building on each site has a laundry/common area and storage lockers, which will serve all apartments on that site. As well, there are two two-bedroom apartments that are wheelchair accessible, and four three-bedroom apartments that are family units. This gives a total of 220 beds in the chalet apartments.

All buildings are fully wired for telephone and Internet. Each apartment is wired for cable but it is the responsibility of the students to contact the local cable company for cable services. Cable costs are the responsibility of the students that decide to have this service, and are not included in the semester cost of the apartment.

The low-rise, alpine chalet-style modules are built in a "pinwheel formation," with windows that accent light and create an airy feeling. The individually secure apartments will be cross-ventilated and exterior stairwells are covered for shelter. One building on each site has a common area and laundry facility.
  • bedrooms - 10.5 m²
  • living Area - 31.7 m²
  • heat recovery
  • 1.5 Baths
  • windows for light & cross ventilation
  • enclosed entrances and vestibule

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Version: 6.0
Created at 9/18/2012 10:11 AM by Keeping, Jeffrey M
Last modified at 4/13/2015 6:54 AM by Keeping, Jeffrey M