UniverCity Resident Benefits

UniverCity Community Card

The Community Card, offered free of charge to all UniverCity residents, is just another benefit to the UniverCity lifestyle. SFU’s facilities are some of the best within the area and typically reserved for university students. However as part of SFU’s commitment to a sustainable life residents can benefit from these facilities.

Access is provided to the following:
Library Collections – Full access to the SFU library is made available to residents through the Community Card. Access a wide range of literature ranging from online journals, books, and images through to the range of services, collections, space, and technology all of which to support research, learning, and recreational interests.
Athletic and Recreational Facilities – There has never been a better opportunity to become fit, remain that way and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Through the Community Card, UniverCity residents qualify for discounted access to SFU’s athletic and recreational facilities and programs. Enjoy a wide range of options: aquatic activities, fitness classes and organized sports programs.
Special Events - Looking for entertainment? As part of the Community Card, UniverCity residents qualify for discounted access to a wide range of special events hosted by SFU including SFU Theatre productions, sporting events and ceremonies
Summer Camps – Benefit from year round Child and Youth Camps made available to all UniverCity residents through SFU Camps programs. These camps foster creativity, enhance skills and cultivate memories for children and youth of all ages.

Cooperative Auto Network

The SFU Community Trust has yet again established another partner in sustainability, this time with the Cooperative Auto Network (CAN), in order to foster a green, environmental conisous and sustainable environment for UniverCity residents. Through the Car Sharing program, residents gain access to a fleet of vehicles that can be rented on an hourly or daily bases.


In partnership with SFU Childcare Society, residents can take added comfort that childcare services are available. Wait list priority is currently being offered to UniverCity residents for childcare services which are offered for all age groups at the Simon Fraser University Childcare Services facilities, located on the SFU Campus. In addition, preschool care is offered to children aged one to three within UniverCity, located at the Verdant development. SFU Community Trust is committed to ensuring a sustainable environment and will be adding a new 50 space facility for children aged three to five within the community in the near future. This new facility will be based on the Reggio Emilio concept of childcare and early childhood education.

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Altaire by Polygon

Altaire built in 2008/2009 reaches higher then any other condo building in Metro Vancouver offering panoramic views.

Novo I by Intergulf

Novo I built in 2007 known for the amazing sight lines and views from most units and balconies up to 1000 sq ft.

Novo II by Intergulf

Novo II built in 2007 known for the amazing sight lines and views from most units and balconies up to 1000 sq ft.

Aurora by Polygon

Aurora built in 2006 with 103 condos featuring 36 unique floor plans ranging from 715 sq ft to 1500 sq ft.

One University by Millennium

One University built in 2005 is UniverCity's flagship building with luxury homes featuring semi private elevators.

Harmony by Polygon

Harmony built in 2005 was the first condo development at Univercity & as a result offers a unique setting & views.

Serenity Townhomes by Polygon

Serenity is a collection of 2 bedroom townhomes of 1100 sq ft ranging to 4 bedroom 2000+ sq ft townhomes.

The Hub by Liberty Homes

The Hub built in 2009 is set atop Nester's Grocery and steps from High Street giving these homes an urban feel.

Verdant by VanCity Enterprises

Verdant is a two storey town home building built with environmental design and stylish living spaces which complement the modern exterior of these SFU homes.

Origin by Porte Development

Origin is designed by GBL Architect & BYU Interior Designs, developed by Porte Development Corp. and marketed by Red Dot Real Estate.

Nest by Mosaic

Located on UniverCity High Street across from the new University Highlands elementary schools this refreshing building will add further depth to a growing community.

Highland House by Liberty Homes

A 12-storey concrete high-rise development and targeted towards Rental Investors and First-Time Condo Buyers.

Lift by Porte Development

Lift will be a wood frame building comprising of 56 homes. Building technologies, environmental features, and price points should be similar to Origin.

Altitude by Hungerford Group

Altitude will be a 2 tower development comprising of a 12 and 14 story building with a total of 210 strata units.

CentreBlock by Liberty Homes

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