Although you can't make it to our student accommodation in person right now, it doesn’t mean you can’t take a look around. Thanks to the powers of technology, we’re able to bring you virtual tours of many of our buildings.
Show Flat now open at Southampton Crossings
Studying in Southampton this September? Then why not be one of the first to experience our brand-new student accommodation in the heart of Southampton?
See what Southampton Crossings has to offer by visiting our Show Flat and taking a look around our student accommodation for yourself. Southampton Crossings welcomes students studying in the city to experience high-quality, hassle-free living in a modern, safe and secure environment.
Choose from an en-suite bedroom in four, five and six-bedroom flats, with shared living and kitchen areas. Or, if you prefer more privacy, opt for a self-contained studio. Combined with ample shared amenity space to work and socialise, Southampton Crossings provides you with the best of both worlds.
So, why not pop in and see for yourself the quality of accommodation you can enjoy when we open? We’ll be on-site to show you around, answer your questions, and provide you with everything you need to know about living with us. You can view just some of the facilities that will await you in our recent blog.
Where to find us
You’ll find the Show Flat at Southampton Crossings, Cumberland Place, Southampton, SO15 2YU. We’re open for viewings Monday to Friday so pop in and say hello.
For more information about our new student accommodation in Southampton, or to book a viewing, contact us on +44(0)2380 002355 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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