The Republic at Tallahassee is a luxurious student housing facility at 2636 Mission Road, Tallahassee, FL 32304. Local and international students headed to Florida State University would do well to check it out, given it’s really convenient location just minutes from campus. This student accommodation complex comprises large 2- to 5-bedroom cottages and townhomes and includes a facilities like a resort-style pool complex, luxury clubhouse with fitness center and golf simulator, and direct bus service to the university.
The cottages at Republic at Tallahassee are designed with 9-foot ceilings and open floor plans with single bedrooms and private bathrooms. The units feature hardwood-style floors and a full kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher. You won’t face washing woes: the in-unit laundry will see to that. You get high-speed Internet, of course. There’s an optional furniture package, plenty of storage space, a security system and roommate matching services, so you’re not going to be stuck with someone weird. The community outdoors is gorgeous with sidewalks, porches and lawns. On those warm days, you can enjoy a resort-style swimming pool with a swim-up movie screen. There’s also a volleyball court and basketball courts, a 24-hour fitness center, game rooms and computer center. The student accommodation community is pet-friendly with a dog park and plenty of free parking, as well as a 10-minute bus service to campus.
Your fixed rate will include high-speed Internet, trash disposal, washer and dryer in each residence, 24-hour on-site management, as well as community features that include a pool, fitness center, and sports courts.
Security and maintenance
The security system in each cottage can be individually monitored, with electronic locks and locking bedroom doors. Community courtesy patrols are a regular feature. Senior staff are on-site 24×7, available on a 24-hour phone number. Maintenance, too, is on-site.
Students can take advantage of the Seminole Express bus service, on the Osceola route, every ten minutes from 7am to 8pm Monday through Friday when school is in session. And evening service on the Nite Nole from Tuesday through Saturday. The ride to campus takes a quick ten minutes.
Things to do nearby
As you’re in Florida’s state capital, you’ll discover a host of specialty museums and cultural hubs nearby.
Students can also get a coffee at Black Dog Café while they finish their assignment, saunter into unique shops like Quarter Moon or Yarn Therapy.
Or simply enjoy feeding the ducks at Lake Ella.