Each unit comes fully-furnished with beautiful pre-selected custom built furniture that was designed with student needs in mind.
We hope you feel as cozy and comfortable as possible in your new home!
All broken furniture should be reported to the Building Management Team for replacement. Accidental damages or bad wear and tear wouldn’t result in a charge, but any breakage at the fault of the tenant could result in replacement fees.
All furniture is designed and produced specifically for our apartments! Each item goes through a Quality Assurance process – with many items being tested in our employees’ homes!
We use fabrics and materials that are designed to last and be environmentally friendly.
Yes! We just ask that you use sticky tack or command strips instead of making holes in the walls. Other than that, you’re more than welcome to bring in your own plants, knick knacks, and other decorative items that don’t require hanging.
Some units are larger than others and can accommodate additional smaller furniture such as seating (armchair, beanbag, floor pillow, etc.).
However, tenants will not have space to store large furniture such as beds, desks, dressers, tables, couches, or appliances.
If you have your own furniture, you’ll need to store it offsite or sell it prior to moving in.
Provided furniture varies depending on building and unit type. Please refer to specific rental listings.
This depends on the role you’re interviewing for… For the most part, we’re looking for people who are passionate about what they do. So whatever that may be, showcase your passion and unique skills during your interview.
Yes, student internships come up throughout the year. Please check out our job board for any active listings.
Yes, for internships or part-time work, people on student visas are allowed to work in Canada.
Depending on the season, we offer work that can be done remotely. We’re always looking to grow our team of student writers, all of whom work remotely.
Our job openings change based on the time of year and what we’re currently working on, but we’re always looking to hire new talent.
In addition to full-time positions, we often hire students as interns, freelancers and part-time workers.
Yes, you can assign your lease to another student if you can no longer stay in your lease. This may be subject to a lease assignment fee, and the incoming tenant will need to complete the application process before moving in.
Yes! All subletting requests must be submitted to the Building Management Team and may be subject to a small subletting fee.
Not at all! Renewing now means you can secure your unit at the best price available.
A guarantor or co-signer is the individual who will be responsible for paying your rent in the event that you are unable to.
This role is usually taken on by a parent or guardian, and it acts as a safety net to ensure that your rent is always covered since student life can be tumultuous, and stable, consistent income isn’t always guaranteed as a student.
Your guarantor or co-signer must be able to prove a minimum income of $40k/year. We may request a credit or background check be completed for the guarantor, and all guarantors will be called after signing to confirm their obligations and to receive information on the apartment.
Alternatively, students earning $40k/year themselves may proceed without a guarantor. If this is the case, we may request a credit check instead.
There are lots of different ways to find a roommate; you could take advantage of online resources like Facebook groups in your city, even TikTok, or you could do it the old school way and find someone you’d like to room with in your classes, any clubs you’ve joined, or at school-related events.
Check out our article “10 Ways to Find a Great Roommate” for more ideas!
No, everything is included in your rent: utilities, internet, furnishing. All you have to do is move in!
All you have to do is fill out an application form and one of our agents will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
We offer 12 month leases, however occasionally we are able to offer 8 or 4 month leases as exceptions when available. This is typically rare, but can happen.
Contact our team if you’d like to discuss options.
Yes. If it’s listed on our site that means it’s available.
Contact our team if you want more info on our current available inventory!
At this time we are complying with all local COVID regulations in the cities of our buildings.
- Mandatory masks in all common areas, hallways, laundry rooms, and stairwells
- Hand sanitizer stations at all entrances
- Social distancing in all common areas
We continue to monitor the local COVID guidelines and will update as the situations change.
See-More is practically on campus! It’s situated between Coburg Road and University Avenue on Seymour Street. It’s a 2 minute walk, only 400 meters, to Dalhousie University – you’re right in the action!
Noggin’s on Coburg is located directly beside SEE-MORE, offering a wide variety of local produce, goods, and coffee. The Atlantic Superstore on Quinpool is a full size grocery store only a 15 minute walk away.
Yes! We’re excited to host a variety of different events throughout the semesters.
The Building Management team surveys all incoming tenants to collect feedback on what kind of events they wish to see.
Meeting people will be fun and easy at See-More! We have four common areas exclusive to residents and will be hosting events through the year.
At See-More we have a yoga and wellness room, called well that offers mirrored walls and equipment for yoga classes. We’re located only a 7 minute walk to the newly renovated Dalplex!
We have three awesome spaces that can be used for studying! Noods and Bestie are located on the main floor, and See-More Social Club is located in the basement level. All offer a different vibe and seating options to accommodate all types of study styles.
Bicycle parking is available both inside and outside of the building! We have 80 bike parking stalls located on the basement level, and 14 spots outside in the courtyards.
Yes, we have vending machines located throughout the building! There will be vending machines carrying various food and drinks in Bestie, Noods, and in See-More Social Club.
Your safety is our top priority! South End is a relatively safe neighbourhood, however as with any city it is always important to take reasonable precautions.
The building itself has a secure FOB buzzer system at the entrance, as well as security cameras on each floor and high-level security on weekends.
Tell us more about yourself and what you’re looking for by filling out our application form, and one of our agents will get in touch with you shortly.
We prefer to rent our units out to students at a college or university within 20km of the building, since each unit has been designed and built to address the day-to-day realities of student life.
Our goal is to cater to students specifically, however it is not mandatory that you be a student in order to rent a unit at SEE-MORE, but rather preferred.
Units will be ready for students to move in as of September 2022, just in time for the next Fall semester!
You can apply to rent a unit any time by completing our apartment application form.
SEE-MORE boasts 141 fully-furnished units, including 8 accessible units, and 4 beautifully designed common spaces meant to accommodate and enhance all facets of student life.
The name SEE-MORE references the building’s location on Seymour Street in Halifax’s South End. It also highlights our core values of design, discovery and diversity.
Our goal is to create a living and learning environment that supports our student community and works to encourage its members to SEE MORE: look more, discover more, and be more.
Read more about who we are and what our values are here.
Yes, each tenant in the unit is required to carry their own tenant’s insurance for their own belongings.
Tenant’s insurance covers your personal property inside of the apartment and also provides liability coverage for accidental damages or injuries to guests.
This is required for most rentals to ensure that your belongings are protected! It’s in your best interests to cover yourself in case there’s ever an emergency.
We have professional cleaning staff in our buildings who maintain the common areas and entrances.
When a roommate decides to leave your lease, you and your unit will need to find a new tenant who will take over their space on the lease agreement.
Any new tenants need to submit an application, guarantor forms, and other required documentation to be added to a Lease Assignment. Lease Assignments transfer the responsibility of the lease from one tenant to another.
Questions or concerns should be directly to the Building Management Team through our property management software, Buildium.
Buildium hosts all maintenance requests and inquiries and is consistently monitored to ensure you get a response as quickly as possible.
University Apartments (UA) manages our buildings in house with a full management team.
At each property we have a dedicated group of staff just for those tenants and that building, and we also have a head office team at UA who oversee the success of all buildings in the cities we are located in.
Our buildings have a secure FOB buzzer system at the entrance, as well as security cameras on each floor, and full-time staff in the buildings weekdays from 9am to 5pm in addition to community ambassadors in the buildings at all times. Your safety is our top priority!
All guarantors are required to earn a minimum yearly salary of $40,000. An employment verification or a credit check may be required.
A guarantor or co-signer is the individual who will be responsible for paying your rent in the event that you are unable to. This role is usually taken on by a parent or guardian, and it acts as a safety net to ensure that your rent is always covered since student life can be tumultuous, and stable, consistent income isn’t always guaranteed as a student.
Since all leases typically begin on only 1 or two days of the year, we already anticipate a large number of move-ins that day. You won’t need to schedule the elevator, but you will need to book a move-in time for when you should begin to move into your unit. Arriving right for the scheduled time allows for the entry ways, elevators, and hallways to be as clear as possible throughout the day.
To get into your apartment you’ll need to complete the following:
- Lease is signed, with all guarantor forms submitted and banking information (if applicable)
- Your deposit and/or first month’s rent has been paid (no deposit in Quebec, only first month’s rent).
- Tenants’ Insurance has been set up for each tenant in the building
You can move out at any point at the end of your lease term once you’ve completed your move-out inspection.
The Building Management team will reach out to all tenants about a month before the end of your lease to schedule this.
Generally the answer will be no. In our occupied buildings we have students living in the units up until the day before you move in.
There is only usually 12-24 hours for us to clean your unit top to bottom and make any repairs.
Yes, you can move in after your move-in date, but please discuss your move-in plans with the Building Management team so they can anticipate when you are arriving.
A few weeks before the start of your lease, a member of the building management team will reach out to you and your roommates to book a move-in time.
We’ve been there! Check out this guide for some tips to find your perfect roommates. If you let us know that you’re looking to be matched with a group, you can let us know. It is always best to find your roommates yourself since we can’t guarantee that we’ll find someone for you but we’re happy to try.
Have you ever bought a car? Maybe not but you probably know that not all Honda Civics are made equal. Our units are kind of like that. Within our 3-bedroom unit options, there are many variations including which floor you’re on, whether you get morning sun or afternoon sun, and the view from your window. For that reason, we added a bit of wiggle room to our pricing so that those who want to save a bit can and those who are willing to spend a little bit more for a better view have the option to do so.