Brock commons(Tallwood building)

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Summary

The tallest mass timber building, Brock Commons is one of the more recent additions to the upper year residences. Located near Iona House and Walter Gage, it is close to the bus loop, UBC Rec, the Nest, UBC Life Building, and the aquatic center.Residents of Brock Commons live in either studio or four bedroom apartments equipped with private washroom, kitchen, laundry area, living space, and fully furn

Hygiene

Depends on roommates

Above 18

Age demographic

Sunlight ratio

Adequate

Gender ratio

Mixed

Communal washroom

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Heating

Average

View

View of surrounding residences, mountain/ ocean view

Cycle stand

Beneath the tallwood building

Lounge / common area

Lounges and study spaces are found on the ground floor

internet

Router/ UBC Secure

furnishing status

Fully Furnished

Type of rooms

Studio, Four bedroom apartment

Tips

Do not buy a mini fridge. Make sure to make friends with your roommates. Use unisplit to keep track of communal expenses. Create a groupchat with all your roommates to discuss who's cooking/ cleaning. Always be polite and talk to your rooommates. Make sure to spend time with your roommates every once in a while.

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Vin

I had a great experience staying at Brock. I got along wit my roommates, had a nice view from the 14th floor and studied frequently in the lounges. I like location and the close proximity to exchange as well.

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Ryan

I don't like the community in Brock. Nobody seems to talk to each other and being from Vanier, I'm very used to a more homely vibe. I do like the apartment, the view and the infrastructure though.

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Neel

Definitely one of the best buildings in Ubc. Great furniture and size of the apartment. My view is also amazing!

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