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Written by Posted On Tuesday, 14 March 2017 13:17

When it comes to studio apartments in Gainesville, the type of floorplan options offered makes all the difference. Since these prospective residents are living alone, there is more flexibility with their decision-making when determining where to live. With no roommates to bargain with, residents do not have to give up what qualities in an apartment they deem truly important. By having a wide range of variety of floorplans, there is a higher chance of getting leases signed. Examples of these apartment types include traditional studio apartments, “studio plus” apartments, studio lofts, upgraded studio apartments, and one bedroom apartments.

A traditional studio is what most people think of when they hear the word studio. This pertains to a large living space that houses all bedroom and living room furniture. Studio plus apartments are a cross between a studio and one bedroom floorplans. There is one separate room for a kitchen and living area, and another separate room for bedroom furniture. Upgraded studios mix luxury features, with full renovations, but retain a certain affordability. These are usually in historic buildings that get revamped and updated with new features, but still retain the charm of an older apartment. Finally, a typical one bedroom offers a secluded private space for a bedroom, while still having a separate living space and kitchen.

No matter what type of floor plan the unit has, every studio apartment can be set apart by adding special amenities and features. Residents are very responsive to gourmet kitchens, full-size bathrooms, and elevated ceilings. Implementing these options are the best way to make a studio apartment stand out. 

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