Located at 1604 and Babcock Road, Tetro Student Village is a new student living apartment complex opening fall 2014 to students at UTSA.

Tetro has already begun their leasing process, and students had the opportunity to attend Tetro’s grand opening party at España Bar de Tapas in February. The celebration featured free drinks, food and prizes for all attendees.

Tetro will include 198 units and housing for 590 of UTSA’s students. Leasing and Marketing Manager Kelsey Ring says, “We have 124 students already signed that we can’t wait to welcome home in the fall.”

Located just under a half of a mile from campus, the complex is set up around a Town Center.

The project boasts 16 acres, complete with a variety of townhomes and flats accomadating two-, three- and four-bedroom units. Tetro also provides convienent parking options: townhomes feature two-car garages and the property aims to provide plenty of visitors’ parking.

Although campus is just a short walk away, Tetro is looking into shuttle options to conveniently transport students to and from campus.

Floor plans range from two-bed/two-bath flats for $664, three-bed/three-bath flats for $635 and four-bed/four-bath townhomes for $640. Rent includes a fully furnished apartment, access to all amenities, parking and most utilities, such as cable, Internet, trash pick up, pest control and a $10 water cap per person as well as walk-in closets.

Tetro accepts non-aggressive pet breeds with a $400 pet fee (of which $200 is refundable) and an open field Bark Park.

“Our Town Center offers study rooms to take advantage of late night studying; a Sports Lounge area to watch TV on our big screens; a coffee bar complete with Starbucks coffee; an arcade with both throwback arcade games for the ‘90s children in us and a poker table for the more seasoned residents,” says Ring. “(There’s also) a bar area to hang out with friends and innovative garage doors to lead you out to our Town Square.”

The Town Square is fully equipped with barbecue grills, a resort-style pool, sand volleyball court, soccer field and hangout areas around the fire pit.

For more information, visit the Tetro leasing center (15502 Babcock Rd.) or tetrostudentvillage.com.

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