The Cadence student housing community is located at 350 East Congress Street, Tucson, Arizona. This premium off-campus student accommodation features apartments with one, two, three, four and five bedroom floor plans. Within easy reach of the University of Arizona and easy access to the streetcar line, the Cadence offers prime living for domestic and international students.
The student accommodation apartments at the Cadence have all the necessary paraphernalia needed for a comfortable extended stay. The bedrooms are spacious and have a walk-in closet with attached baths and enough storage. The kitchens are modern and well equipped with dishwashers, microwaves, and stainless steel appliances and also a washer dryer, so there is no need to haul your laundry around. There is a kitchen island with bar seating and granite counter tops. Each apartment unit has a large central living area which leads on to other parts of the house. You can choose from many available furniture packages to suit your style.
The building houses a resort style pool, a clubhouse lounge where you can enjoy cozy winter evenings by the fireplace, and also a tanning salon and sauna. Get to know your fellow student residents at social events organised by the managers. You can hang with your new friends and old at the rooftop lounge with stunning vistas of the downtown Tucson and the University of Arizona, or beat them at a game of foosball or ping pong.
You can use the provider’s roommate matching services.
Security and Maintenance:
An award winning management team carries out on-site maintenance at the Cadence. Your apartment is secured with an electronic locking system.
The off-campus student housing facility is located on a streetcar line and you can climb aboard at the stop right outside the building.
Things to do nearby:
Tucson is a fun town to study in as its has many museums and cultural festivals which aid in the expansion of the mind.
Tucson Folk Festival brings in over a hundred musicians and artists from across the nation and the Fiesta de los Vaqueros draws in the cowboys for spectacular parades.
You can spend days looking at all the exhibits at the Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures has fun exhibits which miniature dioramas which are historical and plain fantasy.
Nature lovers will find themselves drawn to the Saguaro National Park and the Catalina State Park. There is no way you are going to get bored while you live and study in Tucson.