Amazing things are being planned for the UTSA Downtown Campus, including a mixed-use facility with a variety of living options, dining, and other retail. In the meantime, there are several options available now for students wanting an urban-living experience convenient to the Downtown Campus.
Tobin Lofts is a fully-furnished, college student community located on the San Antonio College campus less than 10 minutes from the UTSA Downtown campus by car and about 25-30 minutes by VIA bus. Each student has a private room and is only responsible for their own personal lease. Amenities include a full-kitchen with granite countertops, high speed internet, a 24-hour fitness center, resort-style pool and a washer & dryer in every unit. There are a number of floorplans to choose from. 5, 10 and 12 month leases are available and rates start at only $585 a month.
Tobin Lofts houses students from different colleges in San Antonio and is currently holding a limited number of units specifically for UTSA students.
UTSA plans to provide transportation between Tobin Lofts and the Downtown Campus through a UTSA shuttle and/or a ride share partner such as Uber or Lyft.
For more information, please visit the Tobin Lofts website.
You may also download this list of other apartments in the area.
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