Apartments with Parking Garages Near USF

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    Apartments with Parking Garages Near USF

    Apartments with Parking Garages

    You have likely heard that the area surrounding USF's campus is not a very walkable, making apartments with parking garages a top-choice for USF Bulls. If you plan to bring a car as your main source of transportation, you've probably thought about the parking situation at the apartments near campus. Each community may offer a different type of parking. Some are first come, first serve, while others may provide reserved parking spots. Open air parking lots are pretty standard, but there is actually a trend of parking garages popping up at a lot of the newer communities near USF.

    What are the perks of living at a community with a parking garage?

    • Stay dry year-round: Let's face it, Tampa's weather can be unpredictable! One minute you are walking through the blazing heat, and the next you are making a run for it to avoid the sudden lightning storm. Parking garages protect you and your belongings from the elements.
    • No Sun Damage: That blazing heat we mentioned, it can also damage the paint, and even interior, of your car over time. Plus, it's much nicer to get in a vehicle that has been hidden from the sun.
    • Limited Access: Most parking garages are limited access. You will need a code or remote to gain access past the gate. This offers peace of mind to both residents and parents.

    If you are considering options other than a car for getting to and from campus, check out this guide to getting around USF.

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