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HUB Residences, 4 Bedroom
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This is a 4 bedroom unfurnished studio in HUB Residences at the University of Alberta North Campus. 1 and 2 bedroom apartments are also available, along with limited furnished studios.

HUB is a unique community, almost a kilometer in length, surrounds a mall filled with shops, restaurants and services. Attached directly is a library, transit station and many academic buildings. Events, programs and services help welcome and transition students to campus life and apartment living. For more information please see:http://www.residence.ualberta.ca/OurResidences/GraduateStudents/HUB.aspx

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Uploaded: 17/07/2012
Updated: 22/04/2014
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