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Located within a mile of Shands Hospital, University of Florida, The College of Veterinary Science and the newly rejuvenated Butler Plaza, Bartram’s convenient location offers a work-life-study experience that is second to none. Whether you travel by car, bus, bike or foot, the city’s main attractions are just minutes away.
Experience the modern comforts of Bartram in one of our 1 to 3 bedroom apartments. With a variety of spacious floor plans suited for your every need, our apartments offer all the comforts of home in Gainesville’s most desirable location. Relax at one of our timeless pools, or grab a book and make your way to our Coffee Bar, where you’ll find a quiet and comfortable space with Wi-Fi and unlimited cups of free brew. If you’ve had a stressful day, hit our 24-hour gym, visit our Zen Garden or walk your furry friend in our dog park.
Bartram understands your lifestyle – Find out how to make it your new home today! Apply online now, and schedule a tour to begin living the premier Bartram lifestyle.
This apartment complex is pretty great. The meditation garden was my favorite. I always felt safe and it was one of the cleanest places I've lived.
A very clean place to live. And also extremely quiet and a calm vibe. I loved my stay at this apartments. The pool is always clean in the summer.
This was my first choice for apartments and boy did I not go wrong. This place is great! It has a gorgeous scenery. The amenities are really nice and always clean.
If you are in search of a student apartment. Then this is the best place to look at. Ir is very beautiful place. It offers a great view, a cafe, a fitness center and a swimming pool.
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