Move in and hang out

Apartments for two

[smaːt | mənt – ˈstjuː.dənt]

is a cleverly furnished apartment tailored to the needs of young trainees and students. SMARTments students are located in the vicinity of colleges and universities with good access to public transport. Everything is as straightforward and resident-friendly as possible. The apartments include all ancillary costs, Wi-Fi and SAT connection. The only thing that is priceless is the community spirit in all our SMARTments.

Your benefits

Care-free lease

Moving in is dead easy because SMARTments have everything you need. The rent includes heating, water and electricity as well as Wi-Fi and satellite TV connection.

Fully furnished

Our apartments are fully furnished with everything from a bed to a ceiling lamp. A kitchenette with microwave, ceramic hob, extractor hood and refrigerator are all ready for you to use.


Our common areas offer additional space for learning groups or as an extended living room. They’re an ideal place to meet, study or have a party.


From the very beginning the SMARTments team are there to help and advise you. All you have to do is Move in Hang Out.

If a single apartment is a bit too quiet, you might prefer one of our shared apartments. Needless to say, they’re just as smartly furnished as all the other apartments.





You can wash and dry your laundry for a small fee at the in-house launderette.






We have covered stands for bicycles.


SMARTis in Darmstadt, Cologne, Frankfurt and at both Hamburg properties surf the web at supersonic speed thanks to a fibre optic cable (other locations to follow ASAP).





If you have a car, you can rent a parking space from us (first come, first served) and save yourself the bother of finding one.

Your neighbours

Privacy in your own four walls or part of the community – it’s up to you.


Frequently questions

You can find information about the most common questions about our Smartments here.


Apartment request

If you’d like an apartment, apply right here (the early bird catches the worm).