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Uncommon Oxford Opens As Students Return

Uncommon Oxford

The new spacious student apartment complex, Uncommon Oxford, opened its doors on Sunday. Not just a normal housing facility, the new facility proves its namesake with a variety of benefits to its residents.
“Uncommon Oxford differs (from other student living centers) first in its location, being walking distance to both the Ole Miss campus and the Square,” John Lee Steen, Uncommon’s development property manager, said. “Inside, the boutique community boasts luxe interiors, custom-designed furniture, and tailored services. Lastly, the relatively smaller community size will allow our Uncommon team to cultivate a culture of comradery among residents and deliver unparalleled attention to our residents’ needs.”
Uncommon, located on Jackson Avenue, gives student tenants access to all of Oxford’s best night life locations and the University of Mississippi’s campus. The apartments come fully furnished in a practical, yet stylish, design to meet the needs for personalization.
“We viewed the Uncommon project as a unique opportunity to bring purpose-built student housing to the Square,” Steen said. “Ole Miss’ strong academic and athletic programs have always made Oxford an attractive destination for us.”
Built around comfort and safety, Uncommon has three different floor plans. There are four two-bedroom apartments, six three-bedroom apartments and four four-bedroom apartments open for student living. A simple, direct path connects each bedroom to the living room that flows into the kitchen.
Workers get ready for students to move in this week.

Each apartment is filled with amenities to give tenants a comfortable stay. Such amenities include memory foam mattresses, hardwood-style floors and a 50’’ flat panel LED TV in each living room. An outdoor courtyard and grilling station are also provided for the resident’s enjoyment.
There are also many helpful services offered by Uncommon such as grocery delivery, laundry services, and valet trash services. Front desk concierges are present to give information to students about services and provide support whenever they can.
“We believe offering concierge services helps eliminate the hassle and thus allows students to focus more on what truly matters during their time in college,” Steen said. “We’re also pleased to be supporting local Oxford businesses in the process.”
For students who have vehicles, Uncommon’s underground parking garage is offered on a first-come-first-serve basis. Tenants must contact Uncommon in advance in order to reserve a parking spot.
According to Uncommon’s website, the apartments are a “safe, secure environment where your student can comfortably learn and expand their academic life.” A host of security features such as electronic key card systems and security cameras monitor all times to ensure safety. A trained security staff will also conduct regular patrols around the clock.
While this will be the apartment’s first week open to the public, most of the rooms have already been taken. For readers who would like to see what rooms are still available, go to uncommonoxford.com to apply now or contact Uncommon at (662)-368-1090.
“The community only has a few bed spaces left, and we anticipate those to fill as students return to Oxford for the fall 2017 semester,” Steen said.

Allen Brewer is an intern for Hottytoddy.com. He can be reached at agbrewer@hottytoddy.com

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