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Why choose Canopy?

Serving students at both University of Florida and Santa Fe College, Canopy offers the best apartments in Gainesville. Choose from two, three, and four-bedroom floor plans, with premium advantages such as online payment options, individual leases, roommate matching, and upgraded units. 

Upgraded Features

Grey Trim Around the Unit

55” Smart TV

White Quartz Countertops

Upgraded Furniture Package

Bluetooth Speaker in all Showers

Black Leather Bar Stools in Kitchen

EACH FLOOR PLAN IS ELIGIBLE FOR UPGRADED AMENITIES. CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE

need a guarantor?

Leap Rent’s product can provide an another resource to qualify at Canopy. Apply online with our property and select “Leap” as your qualification method to see if you qualify.

Peak protection
insurance program

For only $17 per month, the Resident Peak Protection Plan™ brings you insurance designed specifically with our residents in mind. It offers personal liability and the broadest personal property coverage backed by A+ rated insurance carriers that will not only satisfy your lease requirement but also includes maximum protection on your valuables.

Commonly asked
questions

  • What should I bring to my new apartment?

    While the furniture and appliances are included, below is a guide to help you with the personal belongings that you will need to provide:

    COMMON AREA : Electronics and corresponding cords/adapters, décor, trash can, trash bags, pots and pans, plates, cups, eating/serving utensils, coffee maker. Cleaning/disinfecting supplies, dishwasher detergent, laundry detergent, etc.

    BEDROOM : Linens, pillows, mattress pad, towels, toiletries, shower hooks and curtain, trash can, décor, electronics and corresponding cords/adapters, and anything else that makes you feel at home.

  • What does Individual Leasing mean?

    Each resident signs their own lease for their specific bedroom. So, if a roommate moves out, the other residents are not responsible for that person’s rent. Please note that common areas are a shared space.

  • What are rental installments? Why is my rent not prorated?

    A rental installment is a payment made as part of a series of payments. To simplify the billing process, the entire sum of the housing contract is divided into EQUAL installments. Instead of reducing the first installment and increasing the remaining installments, all installments are equal. These installments are factored into the start and end dates of the lease, including proration.

  • How do I pay my rent and when is it due?

    Rent is due the first of each month and may be paid online by ACH, debit or credit card through the resident portal. NO CASH ACCEPTED. Convenience fees may be charged for online payments. Late fees vary by property. Refer to your Housing Contract for more information.