Among those inclined to live in a city as diverse as Halifax, one apartment complex is considered by many to be the best place to rent an apartment in Halifax.
This building has bachelor apartments as well as those with single or double bedrooms. Many believe it is ideally situated in the South End of the city because it is within walking distance of several university campuses as well as the Victoria General hospital.
As well, it is close to downtown grocery stores, office towers, good restaurants and bars.Residents can do everything within the building from picking-up a video, to having their haircut to enjoying a gourmet coffee or buying a pizza. It is well run, safe and popular because of its large but reasonably priced suites and one-of-a-kind penthouse apartments.
Typically, a range of academics and nature lovers are attracted to the idea of living in Halifax, the largest city in Canada’s Maritime provinces.
For the former group, the city boasts a large community of accomplished writers, professors and philosophers many of who are employed at one of the city’s eight universities.
Many consider it a perfect location in the South End of Halifax as it is within walking distance of St. Mary’s University, Dalhousie University, the Victoria General hospital. In addition, it is close to grocery stores, good restaurants and bars and the downtown business district. Residents can expect to buy pizza within the building, pick-up a video, have their haircut or enjoy gourmet coffee all within the building.
History buffs have been especially excited by the fact that Halifax is home to one of Canada’s oldest churches. The ‘Round Church’, formally known as St. George’s Anglican Church, was built in the 1800s. It began as an addition to a smaller church, but the pleasing look of its rotunda and the overall design was eye-catching and it soon became the focus.
For nature loving types, Halifax easily connects people with the outdoors providing ample opportunities for waterfront exploration, hiking, running, sailing, swimming as well as scuba diving.
It is difficult for other cities to compete with all that Halifax provides. Many residents appreciate the city for its range of parks. The so-called Public Gardens sits on the edge of the downtown core, offering office workers reprieve and a place to enjoy flowers and greenery as well as a Gazebo.
Point Pleasant Park is considered the jewel of the city. Bird watchers, dog walkers, joggers and people keen to watch ships coming into the port visit daily.
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