evo Montreal

What’s evo?

evo is a one-of-a-kind, all-inclusive, luxury student housing option that offers the best of the best for students living in Montreal. evo residents have the excitement of the city at their fingertips as well as top amenities to make student life easy and fun. evo housing fosters a community creates success and well-being. From the stunning views to a workout room, study lounges, indoor pool, healthy meal options, and socials, evo provides premier student housing in Montreal.

Why evo?

evo believes in building our community and making our residents dream bigger, live better and aim higher. Unlike traditional student housing, evo gives residents a unique mix of luxurious amenities and social events that allows them to grow and experience university life the way it was meant to be lived.

So why evo? It’s more than a place to reside, its place to create memories and build relationships that will be with you for the rest of your life. You might not remember the size of our pool, but you will never forget the friends who you hung out with there, and the fun times you had. Why wait any longer to start making lasting memories?

City View

A room with a view is always in high demand, but here at evo, we offer breathtaking panoramic views of Montreal. Live at the top, enjoy the views of one of the world’s most beautiful cities all from the comfort of your room. 

Interested in even higher views? evo Centre-Ville is just blocks away from trails to Mount Royal with spectacular views of Montreal. Want to stay inside? Visit evo Vieux-Montreal and take the elevator to the top and enjoy time in our rooftop lounge where you can see all of the city- and the night time view is second to none.

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About the Author ()

Ted Rollins is the Co-Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Campus Crest. He co-founded Campus Crest in 2004 and established it as a leading developer, builder, owner and manager of high-quality, purpose-built student housing properties located in targeted U.S. markets.

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