Monarch 716 offers affordable student accommodation at 100 Forest Ave, Buffalo, New York. This off-campus student housing features two and four bedroom units with en-suite bathrooms and excellent amenities to ensure a very comfortable student stay. Just one mile from the State University of New York, Buffalo State and very close to Medaille College and Canisius College among others, international and domestic students will find it especially convenient.
The apartments at Monarch 716 come with free internet, cable and Wi-Fi and sport classy hardwood-like flooring, and a fully functioning kitchen with dishwasher, island kitchen counter topped with granite, and an ice maker as well. The in-unit washer and dryer makes doing laundry very convenient. Being pet friendly, this student housing community has a pet care center and a dog park. The fitness centre and basketball court is favored by active guests while a resort pool is an excellent place to chill with friends. There is also a 2-lane bowling alley in the compound. Computer labs and study rooms also have cornhole boards. Get a good tan at the free tanning salons and then chill out at the clubhouse or the Starbucks coffee shop. There’s always so much to do at the Monarch 716.
Security and Maintenance:
This student housing facility is fenced in with a gated entry with controlled access. 24 hour on-site maintenance makes this a very secure place. Also, each apartment can be electronically controlled by residents. Top quality sprinkler systems keep fire hazards at bay.
You can use the free roommate matching service for a pleasant stay.
You can walk to the State University of New York campus or take the private shuttle.
Things to do nearby:
Enjoy the beautiful views on a walk along the riverfront park at Erie Basin Marina.
The culturally inclined can see the exhibits at Burchfield Penney Art Center where you will see the works of artists mainly from the Western New York region.
The Buffalo Museum of Science, a meeting point for science, technology and astronomy and the Buffalo River History Tours are a fantastic way to learn about the early days of the region.