If you haven't already signed a lease or purchased a mortgage in Charlottesville, hopefully these tips will help you. One of the most intimidating parts of transitioning into residency is deciding where and the type of place you want to live.
"On the more expensive side for the area but
pretty popular. I am already signing a lease for my third
year so as you can tell we are pretty happy here. My commute is
about 8-10 minutes every day."
Probably the most popular development with the
Medicine department. Very nice apartments also not far from the
"Very popular among the medicine residents.
Very nice apartments not very far from the hospital. All of the
people that I know that live there have lived there for the first two
years of residency and their apartments seem really nice."
" A few medicine residents live here.
Also really nice apartments. Really nice amenities and not too
far from town. They are on the more expensive side"
"I think one or two medicine residents live
here-also very nice.
"I hope you all have a
smooth transition to Charlottesville. Another area that many
residents like is the Avon Street area. It has homes and
townhomes just outside the city for those wanting more space.
Five of the ED residents live in this area and a number of other
residents live in my neighborhood (Psych, Medicine, Ortho, Anesthesia).
It is a nice Gem outside Cville, 5 min to downtown, 8-10 min to
the hospital and away from the 29 North traffic. Other areas outside
the city are Pantops and Crozet (longer commute from the country).
29 North has a lot of options, but the commute can have heavy
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