Location: Emiel Banningstraat 26, 2000 Antwerp
Number of rooms: 12
Surface: 385 sqm
Patio surface: 20 sqm
Rooftop Terrace: 30 sqm
Entirely furnished with cutting edge refinement
Spacious common areas
Highly stylish living room
Fully equipped kitchen
Ultra cosy dining area
Laundromat with 2 washing machines and a dryer
Rooftop outdoor area for the sun worshipper
Gas, electricity, water
Fully furnished house and rooms
Weekly cleaning of the common areas
Bimonthly cleaning of private rooms
Bimonthly linnen & towel change
General maintenance products
TV and sound system
Toilet paper for shared WC
Waste disposal credit
Usage of machines
Filtered tap water
Special welcome pack
Besides serving as a dining area, this ultra comfy area on the ground floor, is frequently utilized as a coworking space during business hours. Feel free to take a seat at this Danish-designed boardroom table and draw inspiration from the people around you.
FRESH LINNEN & TOWELS
As a resident of Sheltr, you enjoy a bi-monthly linen & towel replacement.
This will be done at the same time of room cleaning.
We like to keep it clean & tidy. I hope you do too.
Our goal to relieve you from any imaginable household activities. That includes cleaning!
We encourage a lifestyle that respects each other’s values. We are a sustainable cohabitation with strict house rules and thereby binding contract, with emphasis on noise, rubbish and sustainability.
We have implemented our 10 commandments which define our values:
- Respect each other & your neighbors.
- Communication can solve any problem.
- Peace & Quite hours between 10pm – 8am.
- Turn off lighting when leaving. Energy is your future.
- Save water. And it will save you.
- Remember that dishes don’t clean themselves.
- No Smoking. You’re already smoking hot.
- Clean up your own mess.
- Let your housemates know when you’re having someone over.
- Think Planet. Live Plastic Free & Consume with care.
Shared housing is based on a common life project that encourages the inhabitants to get in touch with each other and to become independent. It respects the diversity of the inhabitants and pools a number of social and cultural resources. Shared housing is based on a philosophy of common life that translates into solidarity, participation, citizenship, conviviality, ecology, cooperation, the sharing of equipment and services and a better quality of life!