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University Of Washington Off Campus Housing

For incoming students new to the area, finding the perfect college apartment can be extremely challenging. As there are so many apartments to choose from, students need to find one they can envision themselves living in. Don’t settle for anything less than a student apartment community that strives to aid you to succeed academically. Come home to The Standard at Seattle and experience the best of college living with our resort-style amenities, spacious floor plans, and close proximity to the University of Washington. Contact us today to join our VIP list!

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Spacious, Contemporary Apartments

Residents can choose from a variety of floor plan layouts, each equipped with high-end features and designer finishes. Featuring spacious living areas, quartz countertops, modern appliances, and white tile backsplashes, our student apartments near UW blend contemporary comforts with luxury conveniences to provide residents and their roommates with an apartment they will be proud to call home. At The Standard at Seattle, residents live the way hardworking scholars should.

Resort-Style Amenities

Here at The Standard at Seattle, we strive to help foster a healthy balance between academic excellence and personal fulfillment in our residents’ lives. Accordingly, we provide residents of our apartments near UW exclusive access to a plethora of on-site amenities, including a resort-style pool, hot tub, sauna, fitness center, academic lounge, computer lab, private study pods, clubroom, and much more! Whether residents are in the mood for fun or getting ahead in their studies, our University of Washington off campus housing community has the perfect amenity!

  • Lower-Level Retail
  • On-Site Maintenance & Management
  • Upscale Apartment Features
  • Extensive List Of Amenities
  • Located Near Campus
  • Garage Parking
  • Rentable Storage
  • High-Speed Internet & Cable TV Included

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