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401 E 34th, New York
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401 E 34th, New York

E 34th St, New York, 10016, United States
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About the Property

Moving to New York, United States? 401 E 34th St NY, 10016, is the ideal place for you. 401 E 34 offers an ideal living arrangement for students pursuing their academic endeavors in the bustling city of New York. Located close to universities such as CUNY Hunter College and the City University of New York, 401 E 34th St NY provides convenient access to the vibrant culture and opportunities that NYC has to offer. With modern amenities and thoughtfully designed living spaces, students can experience a comfortable and conducive environment for both study and relaxation. 401 E 34th St NYC is also well-connected to the public transportation system.

Comprising 5 boroughs, New York sits where the Hudson River meets the Atlantic Ocean. New York is definitely one of the best cities for students to live in. For one, it provides good universities such as New York University, Brooklyn Law School, and Thomas Jefferson University, offering world-class education. The other reason is that students will have so much to discover and experience in this city that will not only help them professionally but also in their personal growth. The city features some of the best art galleries that are sure to give you a gush of inspiration and creativity.

Boasting a linguistic tapestry of around 800 languages, NYC stands as the most linguistically diverse city globally. Students can learn so much from each other and gain new perspectives. The city’s cultural richness is reflected in the city’s culinary landscape, with neighborhoods like Chinatown, Greenwich, and Harlem offering a gastronomic journey. Students will get to explore New York’s magnificent infrastructure, such as Times Square, the Empire State Building, and the Rockefeller Center. Art and creativity thrive in New York, from vibrant street art and performers to prestigious galleries and museums like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Broadway theaters. For students, the fast-paced atmosphere of New York offers a dynamic environment filled with endless possibilities. Students will find a lot of these top spots around 401 E 34th St NY.


Experience exceptional student living at 401 E 34th St New York, which offers a range of ensuites and 2-bedroom apartments. You will have a seamlessly comfortable stay as you will have your private bedroom, a private bathroom, and a private kitchen. The kitchen comes with a dish drying rack, microwave, dishwasher, dishes and flatware, pots and pans, oven, and stove. You can easily store food in the refrigerator and make a good cup of coffee with the coffee maker. 401 E 34th St NY offers many other amenities. You can study comfortably at the desk and store your clothes in the clothing storage provided. You also get bed/bath essentials, bath linens, soap, hair dryer, hangers, ironing board, and bed linens.

Staying at 401 E 34th St NY apartments will also give you access to an array of common amenities. Watch your favorite TV shows and movies on the TV. Work on your fitness goals in the gym. Enjoy a nice barbeque with the BBQ Grill. Besides these facilities, you also get Wi-Fi, laundry service, dryer, and cleaning products.

Location and What's Hot?

Nestled within the dynamic energy of New York City, 401 East 34th Street NYC is situated in the heart of a metropolis that pulsates with life and diversity. One cannot explore 401 E 34th Street NYC without immersing oneself in the myriad attractions that surround it. The dynamic fusion of art galleries, museums, theaters, cultural events, festivals, green spaces, and an unparalleled culinary scene ensures that students never have a dull moment staying at 401 E 34th St NY. Another highlight of 401 East 34th Street is that it is close to CUNY Hunter College and the City University of New York.

Enjoy a range of culinary delights at Hole In The Wall, NY Bagels & Cafe, Marche Madison, El Parador Cafe, Nonna Dora's, and Hill and Bay, close to 401 E 34th St NY. In the mood for some coffee and snacks, head to Semicolon Cafe, Charlotte Cafe, and PROOF Coffee Roasters. Grab a few drinks with friends at Tara Rose and Slattery’s Midtown Pub. For grocery shopping, head to Fairway Market Kips Bay, Trader Joe’s, Kalustyan’s, and Little India. Art lovers can explore Eden Gallery, Decor Art Gallery, and The James Gallery. History enthusiasts can explore The Morgan Library & Museum, Rubin Museum of Art, and National Museum of Mathematics.

Want to go shopping? Then, you can head to the Merchant Mall, Hudson Yards, 75 Rockefeller Plaza, and The Shops at Columbus Circle. You can go for a movie at AMC Kips Bay 15, AMC Empire 25, and Cinema 123 by Angelika. There are also several parks and gardens near 401 East 34th St NY, including St. Vartan Park, Greeley Square Park, Conservatory Garden, and The Ramble. Other famous spots that you can explore near 401 East 34th Street New York, include Top of the Rock, Bryant Park, Empire State Building, One World Observatory, and Central Park. Staying at 401 E 34th Street New York is a decision you won’t regret.


401 E 34 provides excellent connectivity to the city’s public transportation system. Students have several modes of travel options such as bus, train, taxi, and bicycle. An OMNY card or a MetroCard offers access to trains and buses covering nearly every corner of the city. Several bus stops are near 401 E 34th St NY, including E 34 St/1 Ave bus stop, FDR Drive & East 34 Street bus stop, 1 Av & E 31 St bus stop, and 2 Av/E 31 St bus stop. If traveling by train, you can take the 33 St subway station, 28 St subway station, and Grand Central Terminal.

What will you get

Bills Included


Common Amenities

Washing Machine

Cancellation Policies (2)

  • Cooling off period
    Free booking cancellation in stipulated time
  • Early termination
    Termination of the tenancy contract before the end date

Payment Policies (4)

  • Security deposit
    Deposit property holds during the tenure
  • Payment instalment plan
    Flexible payment terms
  • Mode of payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do utilities work?

The property is set up and pay for all of your utilities (gas, electricity, water, WiFi)! In some jurisdictions, you'll see a fixed "utility fee" as its own line item on your monthly invoice. Where applicable, this fee is reflected on the home's listing page when you enter your dates.

How often is the home cleaned?

The property thoroughly cleans your home before you arrive. Upon request, residents can schedule cleanings during their stay at a frequency that works for them.

What are your cleaning standards?

All our homes are professionally cleaned, and the property completes an inspection before every stay to make sure the home meets our high standards. While the property has always upheld the highest of standards, The property is preventing transmission of coronavirus by adding additional cleaning tasks aligning with the CDC’s recommendations: Cleaners will disinfect all “high-touch areas” and other surfaces with bleach or other strong disinfectant solutions. Cleaners will leave windows open during the cleaning to properly ventilate apartments. The property requests that our cleaning partners wear gloves, masks, and shoe covers.

When will my security deposit be returned?

The property will return your security deposit minus any charges related to excess wear and tear within 15 business days of checkout.

How will my security deposit be returned?

Your deposit will be returned via your original payment method. There are three exceptions to this: If you paid through a bank account and stayed longer than 90 days, the property will refund you via check If you paid through a bank account and have deductions, The property will refund you via check If you paid through an international bank account, the property will refund you via a wire transfer (you are responsible for wire transfer fees)

What is the typical lease term?

Our typical lease term is 1-2 years.

For the furnished model, who furnishes the home?

The property accepts pre-furnished homes for our furnished model. Our Design and Onboarding teams partner with owners to ensure the home is properly set up for 30+ day stays. There may be some items that need to be removed or need to be added - if that’s the case, our team will be there to assist.

Who pays for utilities?

Owners continue paying for municipal account utilities like water, trash, gardening, and snow removal. The property manages the non-municipal utilities like electricity, gas, and internet, and either pay for them directly or deducts them in opex fees.

Can I schedule a viewing?

The property doesn't offer viewings of our homes to respect the privacy and convenience of our current residents. However, The property offers a 3D tour, floor plan, and photos for each home.

What is the minimum lease length?

Our minimum stay length in all cities is 30 nights.

Do you offer unfurnished homes?

No, The property offers furnished homes only. This means that at any Accommodation home, all your home basics will be ready and waiting when you move in.

Do I need renter’s insurance?

The property highly recommends that our residents obtain renter’s insurance. If you would like to waive insurance, contact our leasing team. The property recommends Lemonade for competitive pricing and ease of use.

Can I extend my stay?

If your home is not booked immediately after your original lease ends, yes! However, our homes do book quickly and if another resident is booked in your home after your lease ends, The property will not be able to extend your stay in that home. Inquire early if you think you might need to extend your stay.

What are acceptable forms of ID?

Only government-issued IDs are accepted. Depending on what country or location you’re from, one of the following types of government IDs are accepted: Driver’s license Passport National identity card

When will I be asked for an ID?

You’ll be asked to verify your ID before checking into the home. You must complete this step in order to receive access instructions. You can also verify your ID at any time from the bottom of your Settings page.

Do you perform background checks?

The property runs background checks for Accommodation residents using the information you provide us during the booking process.

How does a fixed-term lease work?

Simple! You check in on the start date of the lease and you check out by 11 am on the end date of the lease. If you are unsure of your end date, ask us for a flexible lease.

How does a flexible lease work?

A flexible lease has no specific end date. When you’d like the lease to end, give us at least 30 days' notice. For example, if today is January 15, the earliest your lease could end is February 14.

What do I need to pay to book?

You can always see the breakdown of what’s due at the time of application on the home's listing page. For stays over 35 days, rent for the first 30 days of your stay, the one-time cleaning fee, and the security deposit are due at booking. For shorter stays, rent for your full stay, the one-time cleaning fee, and the security deposit are due at booking.

What is the turnover fee?

The turnover fee covers a deep clean and restocking conducted before residents move in. This cleaning is necessary to ensure a spotless move-in for all residents.

What are the payment options?

Credit card or ACH payment (via Stripe) on your Payments Page Wire transfer (contact us for wiring info) Other payment options will be evaluated upon request based on the merits of each particular situation.

If I move in mid-month, is that when I pay my rent each month?

Rent payment is always due on the 1st of each month, except for the first month’s rent which is prorated and due prior to move-in.

Is there a utility cap?

Yes, there is a cap on utilities, which means that The property only charges for excessive use. Excessive use occurs only when the sum of Gas and/or Electricity and/or Water/Sewer reaches usage or charges of more than $250 a month.

Can I pay my own utilities?

For efficiency, The property do not allow utility accounts to be transferred to residents.

What is the House Manual?

Each confirmed reservation comes with a house manual, which details important information about your stay and the home itself. Included in the house manual will be information about door codes or keys, WiFi password, parking (if applicable), mail, fixtures and appliances, contact information, garbage day instructions, and other details about your home. You'll receive the house manual by email once your lease is confirmed.

When do I receive check-in information (codes or keys)?

Access codes will be emailed to you on your move-in day at 2:45 pm. The property will also be revealed in the house manual at the same time.

Can I check in early/check out late?

Check-in is at 3 pm and check-out is at 11 am. If you need a check-in or check-out time outside of these standard times, get in touch. If The property can accommodate the requested time, The property will!

Are overnight visitors allowed?

Overnight visitors are allowed but with the following restrictions. Guests are not allowed for more than 15 consecutive days or 30 days in a calendar year. If you would like to add an occupant to your lease, contact us immediately; if you do not add a long-term guest to your lease you will be in breach of the agreement. Also, no more than 2 occupants per bedroom are allowed at a given time. Finally, please never give out door codes to a guest!

What is the procedure for checking out of my unit?

You will receive an email with detailed check-out instructions, but these are the main steps: -Return your keys -Dispose of trash -Empty the fridge -Set up mail forwarding -Lock the property.

What happens if I check out late?

Check-out is at 11 am. If you need to stay in the home past this time, you will be charged the cost of rescheduling our cleaners and quality assurance inspectors, a $150 fee.

I have a lot of stuff. Can I use a mover?

In most cases, this is completely fine. However, some of our apartment complexes, especially in New York, will require proof of insurance from the moving company. Some buildings also require reservations for their freight elevators. This can get complicated, so contact us at least 5 business days before check-in if you plan to hire movers or want to rent the freight elevators.

Are pets allowed?

Many of our homes allow pets. You can check if a specific home allows pets in the Amenities section on the listing page. Pets are limited to two per home and the property has several dog breed restrictions. Most of our dog-friendly homes do not allow American Pit bulls, Rottweilers, Akitas, Cane Corsos, Presa Canarios, Bull Mastiffs, Staffordshire Terriers, Dobermans, German Shepherds, Boxers, Malamutes, Huskies, Dalmatians, Chow Chows, Fila Brasileiros, Wolf hybrids. the property charges a $500 fee for the first pet and $250 for each additional pet. This fee is a one-time, non-refundable fee that covers property pet fees and other operational costs. All pet-related excessive cleaning and damages will be debited from the security deposit. the property encourages individuals with service animals or one of the breeds listed as restricted to contact us before booking.

What furniture can I expect?

Your home will come with furniture and decor thoughtfully chosen by an in-house designer based on the space's functional and aesthetic needs. The design of each space is a little different. Photos of each home will give you a good idea of what furniture to expect in a specific home.

What is the protocol for support animals?

For support animals, the property requires a certified letter signed by a health professional. Please upload it into your application. The property will never ask for documentation associated with Service Animals, in compliance with ADA requirements.

Can I bring my own furniture?

All of our units are furnished and the property typically does not remove or swap out furniture. However, you may bring in additional furniture if you'd like, though the property asks that you remove it when you leave. If you have a specific request about a particular piece of furniture, The property is happy to hear it and assess whether it is feasible on a case-by-case basis.

Is smoking allowed?

Smoking of any kind is not permitted in any of the property homes. Smoking may result in the loss of your entire security deposit.

Does my home have air conditioning?

A/C availability will vary by home. Please check the "amenities" section on the listing page to see if a home has A/C.

Is parking available? Do I need a permit for street parking?

Each home listing will indicate whether there is designated parking included and, if not, how difficult it is to find street parking in that area. Some areas do require a street parking permit. Please inquire further if parking is a priority for you.

Do your homes have WiFi?

All homes come with complimentary 100 Mbps WiFi. If speed ever becomes an issue, let us know and the property will take care of it.

Do you offer refills during a stay?

The property currently do not offer refills of supplies during your stay.

What should I pick up on my first shopping trip after I arrive at my home?

While everyone’s needs are different, here are a few things the property has found helpful: The replenishment of paper towels and toilet paper. While your home is stocked with enough products to get you started, you may need to replenish them during your stay. Cleaning supplies. Depending on your level of vigor when it comes to cleaning, you might want a duster, a wet mop, or another cleaning product that is essential for your routine. Kitchen extras. If you’re cooking just a little, pick up pantry staples like cooking oil, salt & pepper, and your favorite spices. If you plan to make full use of the kitchen, residents often pick up a can opener, food storage containers, and specialty cooking tools or equipment the property can’t live without. Personal touches. A candle, fresh flowers, or anything that helps you feel at home!

If my home is in a complex with community amenities, do I have access?

This varies by city and building. In cities where shelter-in-place orders are lifted, some shared spaces may be reopening. In cities with existing shelter-in-place orders, shared building spaces are closed to ensure adequate social distancing. the property cannot guarantee access to any shared building amenities at this time, and our prices are updated to reflect this.

Do your homes have a washer/dryer?

Most homes have a washer/dryer, and this will be noted under the "Amenities" section on the home's page.

What if my company is signing the lease and/or paying?

Many companies choose to pay or sign the lease. The property recommends that a representative from your company book on behalf of any travelers.

My company is paying for me, how should payment be submitted?

The property recommends that a representative from your company set up an Accommodation account and book on your behalf. Your company should be named on the lease and you can be added as a guest.
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Student Accomodations in New York City

Student Housing in New York City

New York City has acquired the number one position for being the most decent city by the U.S. News and World Report. The city has the highest real estate prices worldwide, which makes searching for student apartments in NYC a tedious job. We, at amber, provide affordable student housing options. You can check out our student housing in New York City section to match your housing requirements in New York. Various student properties near New York University and Brooklyn Law School are structured to deliver exceptional services to residents and cost the same as the student halls. You will find many options for  student housing in NYC.

There are myriad options for student apartments in NYC, such as Harrington Housing, Downtown Manhattan, 92NY, 152 West 15th and The Seton Residence. More than one hundred thousand students come to the city every year with the motive to study and explore better opportunities. In addition to the many student apartment options available in the city area, there are many residence halls, dormitories, and affordable private en-suites to explore.

When not in your room, you can explore the city that is known for being the epicenter of endless opportunities, New York is notable for its flashy Broadway performances and the ever-blooming entertainment industry.

About New York City

New York City is a renowned capital of culture, art, and entertainment. It is the densest city in the United States, composed of five boroughs: Manhattan, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx. The city lies in the core of the New York metropolitan region, which is the world's most populated megacities. It has about 20 million inhabitants and approximately 23 million in its metro area.

Known for stirring political and social debates worldwide, New York houses the headquarters of the United Nations, making it a significant hub that controls international diplomacy. The city and its surrounding metropolitan region serve as the primary entry point for legal immigrants to the United States.

Throughout the years, it has offered education institutes as legendary as its history.

From the curriculum to the alumni, universities in New York City are among some of the best in the world. NYU ranks among the top 30 higher education institutions in the world, whereas the Brooklyn Law School ranks among the 120 best law schools in the world, rivaling the top ones in France & Italy.

New York City itself ranks 3rd globally in the list of the best cities (Resonance, 2024). All this accumulates to make the city one of the best for students aiming for higher education.

Best student housing in New York City

New York City has more to offer than what meets the eye. From the safe neighborhood of Lower Manhattan to art galleries, bookshops, and boutiques of Dumbo, and from the famous Midtown to easy-going Queens, NYC is always buzzing. All these areas are also closer to the best universities within the city. With amber, students can choose their comfortable and affordable student accommodation in New York City. Some of the worth-mentioning student housing in NYC include the following:

1.  Harrington Housing Downtown Manhattan

2. Columbia Heights Waterfront

3. The Seton Residence

4. Third Ave

5. The Reserve

6. New York Friends Home

7. 85 2nd Avenue

8. 230 Sullivan Street

9. 401 E 34th

10. E 7th St

Cost of Living in New York City

Apart from the rent of apartments and student housing in NYC, the cost of living will also be a part of the expenses for students.

1. Food and Groceries - $471.34/ month

2. Gas & Electricity (Utility bills) -  $163.07/ month

3. Internet & Phone Bills - $66.43/ month

4. Dinner at a restaurant - $100/ meal  Inexpensive Restaurant - $25/ meal

5. Travel & Conveyance - $127/ month if you get a monthly MetroCard

6. Clothing and Shoes - $200-$300 every time you decide to shop

Student Travel in New York City

Properties for student housing in New York City can be selected based on nearby commute options. The city itself has a strong transport network used by millions of students and professionals across the city. As a student traveling across the city, you can choose Rapid Transit, Railways, and Buses. Rapid Transit metros are one of the popular modes of transportation within the city. Apart from these, you can always take the Yellow Taxis, although that might be a slightly costlier alternative.

1. Rapid Transit -  Travelling in New York is an easy task, given its well-laid metro and subway plan. There is mass transit in New York City, which runs 24 hours a day. The nation's two-thirds of rail riders live in the New York City metropolitan area.

2. Railway - If you wish to go sightseeing in New York, the most economical way to travel is by railway. Nearly all of New York's subway system is open 24 hours a day.

3. Buses - The well-established system of buses in New York is also a very convenient way to move around in the city area. The Port Authority Bus Terminal is where about 7000 buses operate with 200,000 commuters daily.

The average fare of a subway and buses around the city is around $2.90 a day. Using a MetroCard reduces the hassle of having the change. And you can get a MetroCard at around $1 which you can refill at regular intervals.

Apart from this, you can also choose to pay with OMNY, the contactless payment system that offers you additional perks for choosing it.

Student Lifestyle in New York City

Getting bored when you're in NYC is out of the question. If you are in New York, it is a must for you to go and watch a Broadway show. You must stop at Paulie Gee's Slice Shop, as pizza is a must in New York City. You can visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, take a stroll across the Brooklyn Bridge or visit Central Park and go to Wollman Rink or the Lasker Rink and try ice skating. The city is known to have the most impressive skylines in the entire world. You can get a panoramic view of the city by braving the Empire State Building or other skyscrapers.

New York includes steakhouses, delis, and pizza joints. You can try Tavern on the Green if you're in Central Park. If you prefer sweets, you can grab one of the best cheesecakes from Veniero's Pasticceria & Caffe, based in the East Village since 1894. You will find the best pizza in NYC at Lucali in the Brooklyn area. New York is also known for its delicious bagels; you can try them by visiting the Bagel Oasis or Absolute Bagels.

Where the day can be spent checking out the restaurants and cafes, the nights can be dedicated to touring around Times Square, attending a standup comedy show at Comedy Cellar, or enjoying a Broadway show. Check out this blog to learn about some amazing things to do in New York.

Tourist Attraction in New York City

Apart from top universities, New York City has a lot to offer. From tourist attraction places to museums and art galleries, none of your weekends will be spent in boredom. If you wish to take a trip across NYC, then here are so some of the famous spots in New York that could be closer to your student accommodation in NYC:

1. Statue of Liberty

2. Central Park

3. Metropolitan Museum of Art

4. Broadway and the Theater District

5. Empire State Building

Top Universities in New York City

New York City is at the center when it comes to higher education. 3 of its Universities make it to QS ranking of the top 20 universities across the world. Apart from STEM, NYC is also home to some of the most prestigious arts & film universities in the world. And the best part is that you can find student apartments in NYC close to these universities. Listed below are some of the top education institutes within the city.

1. New York University

2. Brooklyn Law School

3. Columbia University

4. Thomas Jefferson University

5. University in Pennsylvania

6. Drexel University

7. Juilliard School

8. CUNY Hunter College

9. City University of New York

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