Here's what students strapped for cash and space could look forward to if they're attending the University of British Columbia (UBC).
The school unveiled a full-scale model of a 140 sq.-ft. apartment to show what a pilot project will look like once it's built on campus in a few years.
Each apartment will have a kitchen, bathroom, study area that turns into a bed. (Use slider tool below, or watch video above.)
Monthly rent will range from $675 to $695 once they're available in 2019 — up to 50 per cent less than other housing options on campus.
UBC announced the project last June, saying the units will provide "a much lower-priced option for students who have significant affordability challenges and who would appreciate this kind of living environment."
The 70 suites will be a part of the $70-million, four-tower Gage South Student Residence, which — once completed — could house up to 600 students.
Watch a timelapse of the "Nano's" construction below:UBC SHHS Nano Suite Timelapse from Picture and Color on Vimeo.
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