University family housing
University Family Housing offers a unique set of apartments on the St. George campus for new and visiting UofT faculty members. These apartments are all in subdivided, historic homes and therefore are all unique. If you’re interested in living with us and are eligible, apply early – we have a limited stock of houses and demand is always high!
You are eligible for New Faculty Housing if you are applying from outside the Greater Toronto area, and you are a newly appointed faculty with a full-time tenure stream appointment at the University of Toronto or a newly appointed faculty with a full time continuing status stream appointment in the teaching stream at UofT.
We have a limited number of furnished apartment units in our Huron-Sussex community for visiting faculty at the University of Toronto. These units are reserved for full-time professors, who have been formally invited by a UofT Faculty or Department, to teach and/or conduct research for a specific period.
For more information on the program and our availability, please contact the Faculty Housing Office.
The apartment units can be found in converted century houses located on Huron Street, Spadina Avenue, Sussex Avenue, and Washington Avenue in the Huron-Sussex neighbourhood, situated in the northwest quadrant of the University of Toronto’s St. George Campus.
Apartments at Huron-Sussex are all historic homes that have been divided into one-, two-, or three-bedroom apartments. Every apartment is unique in size, layout and features and we cannot guarantee a specific house for anyone applying to live in the neighbourhood.
living on Campus
The Huron-Sussex neighbourhood gives you all of the perks of living in a busy downtown area combined with scenic tree lined streets. Located in the north-west corner of St. George Campus, you are steps from Spadina Subway Station, Robarts Library, and the Rotman school of business.
Everything You Need
The Huron –Sussex apartments include everything you need to be comfortable. Your housing charge includes all utilities, (e.g., heat, air conditioning, water and electricity) and the use of the faculty only, communal laundry rooms, or, en suite laundry (if applicable). Your housing charge does not include parking, telephone, cable, internet, housekeeping services, or, contents insurance.
The Huron-Sussex community is more than just a collection of beautiful and historic apartments. There are many different ways for residents to get involved including the community garden, informal gatherings, and planned family-friendly events.
RENT & FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Do you want to know more about how paying rent works at University Family Housing or the financial resources available?
We’ve put together some helpful resources that should answer all of your questions.
This list of resources includes links to the Faculty Relocation Office, The Family Care Office, Employee & Family Assistance Program and more.