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Smart Living Starts Here:
Steps from U of T.

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Introducing Textbook Towns at 3351 Ellesmere Road in Scarborough—a four-storey development of 51 urban townhomes, ranging from studios to five bedrooms. Located just minutes away from U of T Scarborough Campus and Centennial College, it offers unmatched convenience near transit, parks, a hospital, Hwy 401, and shopping. Ideal for investors, this strategically positioned development taps into the constant demand for student housing.

From the $600’s to over $1 Million

Fully Furnished with Finished Basements

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UofT
Bike Riding
Rouge Valley Health
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Centennial College

Quick Facts:

  • 4 Storey-Building
  • 51 Modern Urban Towns
  • Studio – 5 Bedrooms
  • EV Charging Stations
  • Long Term Bike Storage
  • Roof Top Terraces
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Quartz Counter Tops
  • In-Suite Laundry
  • Steps to Future BRT Stop
    (Bus Rapid Transit)
Townhomes near UofT

A Smart Investment!

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Smart investors own high quality student residences. Investing in real estate near universities or colleges and renting to students can be a lucrative opportunity for several reasons.

From the $600’s to over $1 Million

U of T has International Students from

Countries & Regions

Scarborough U of T Campus has

Students

  1. Steady Demand: There is a consistent demand for student housing, as universities and colleges attract a steady influx of students each year.
  2. Constant Turnover: Students typically rent for shorter periods, leading to more frequent turnover and the opportunity to adjust rental rates based on market conditions.
  3. Location Proximity: Being close to educational institutions makes your property attractive to students who prefer to live near their campus, saving them commuting time and costs.
  4. Potential for Higher Rental Yields: Renting out individual rooms within a property to students can often result in higher rental yields compared to renting the entire property to a single tenant or family.
  5. Diverse Tenant Pool: Universities and colleges draw students from various geographic locations, creating a diverse tenant pool. This diversity can contribute to a stable rental market.
  6. Parental Guarantees: Many students rely on financial support from their parents. This parental backing can serve as a form of security for landlords, providing assurance of rental payments.
  7. Group Tenancies: Students often rent together in groups, which can reduce the risk of vacancy and help fill the property with multiple tenants, ensuring steady rental income.
  8. Inflation-Resistant: Rental income from student housing may be less susceptible to economic downturns, as education tends to be a priority, and enrollment numbers may remain relatively stable.

An unbeatable location with proximity to every amenity

TTC

TTC
1 minute walk

UofT

U of T Campus
4 min walk

UofT

Centennial College
4 min walk

UofT

Parks
7 min walk

Pan Am Centre

Toronto Pan Am Centre
8 min walk

UofT

Hwy 401
4 min drive

Hospital

Hospital
5 min drive

Shopping

Shopping
5 min drive

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