Lark in the Woods Announces Premier UA Student Housing Off-Campus

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Lark Woods
101 Helen Keller Boulevard
Alabama 35404 
United States
Phone:(205) 722-5400

Tuscaloosa, Alabama: Lark in the Woods is delighted to announce the availability of top-tier off-campus housing, designed exclusively for students of the University of Alabama. Situated a mere 10 minutes away from campus and conveniently accessible via the Crimson Ride shuttle bus, Lark in the Woods offers a perfect blend of comfort, style, and convenience to meet the dynamic needs of student life.

The state-of-the-art accommodations are more than just a place to stay; they’re a lifestyle upgrade. Furthermore, Lark in the Woods presents a 10,000-square-foot luxury clubhouse tailored for both relaxation and academic excellence. With amenities like a business center, a grilling area complete with a fire pit, and a Starbucks Internet café, they’ve redefined the student living experience.

Fitness and leisure are also part of the package. Residents can enjoy the 24-hour fitness center or unwind in the resort-style pool with a tanning ledge and hammock lounge – the perfect spot for social gatherings or a tranquil retreat.

For more information about Lark in the Woods, please visit their website or contact the leasing office at (205) 722-5400.

About Lark in the Woods: Lark in the Woods believes that connectivity is a priority. The apartments provide Wi-Fi throughout the property, ensuring that students can stay connected wherever they are. The 2 and 3-bedroom furnished apartments come with private balconies or patios, high-definition TVs in every living room, and designer kitchens featuring granite countertops and stainless-steel appliances. For those deep into their studies, the smart study and group project rooms are the ideal spaces to get lost in work.

Company: Lark in the Woods
Address: 101 Helen Keller Boulevard
City: Tuscaloosa
State: Alabama
Zip code: 35404
Telephone number: (205) 722-5400
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