Cooper Square, New York

E 6th St, New York, 10003, United States
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$2500
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1.5 mi from City Center
1.5 mi from City Center( 31m. 12m. 13m)
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city center | 1.3 mi
Hult International Business Sch... | 0.1 mi
Cooper Union | 0.1 mi
New York University | 0.3 mi
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About the Property

Cooper Square New York, E 6th St, New York, 10003, is a posh student housing in New York that has numerous Double and Unit rooms, Small Single, Lofted Single and Standard Single rooms to offer to the students. The property is located conveniently close to Hult International Business School and New York University, making it a popular choice amongst the students. Additionally, Cooper Square New York student housing also comes with a number of top-notch amenities for students, ensuring a memorable and enjoyable experience!

New York 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. New York City has been dubbed the world's cultural, financial, and media center, considerably impacting businesses worldwide. It has also influenced the global industries in entertainment, research, technology, education, politics, tourism, art, fashion, and sports. It is the first preference for documentarians who wish to photograph the picturesque New York streets. Known for stirring political and social debates worldwide, New York houses the headquarters of the United Nations, making it a significant hub which controls international diplomacy. The city and its surrounding metropolitan region serve as the primary entry point for legal immigrants to the United States.

New York City is home to several iconic and legendary tourist spots and landmarks, making it one of the most attractive cities to live in. It is home to the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Broadway and Theater District, and the Empire State Building. Also home to some of the world’s most prestigious universities and educational institutions, it is THE most preferred location for students to start their educational journeys! To read more on living in New York, have a look at our comprehensive student city guide for New York City!

Features

The student rooms at this property come with a range of facilities and amenities that make everyday life for students much easier. It is the perfect home away from home for students, complete with common and private room amenities that have a touch of modernity and comfort!

The private rooms come in Double, Single Standard, Lofted Single, and Unit rooms. Each room is equipped with a private bathroom, a microwave, a comfortable bed, a desk and chair, closet space, a small-sized refrigerator, and standard student furniture. Additionally, the rent structure for this student housing will include utility bills such as AC, heating, electricity, and water.

There are also various common amenities and facilities that students will have access to at this property. There is an ATM in the building, a fitness centre, a hydration station, laundry facilities, mail and package services, cable channels, vending machines, and super-fast wireless internet available. Regarding safety, this New York student housing also has hard key entry to the rooms, 24-hour main entry security desk and surveillance, and professional live-in staff for students.

Location and What's Hot?

Cooper Square student housing is one of the best student housing options available to students. The best part about Cooper Square NYC is its close proximity to some of the best universities in the area, such as Hult International Business School, Cooper Union, New York University, Baruch College, and CUNY Hunter College. These universities and educational institutions offer some of the best courses in the world and have the best standard of education.

In addition to these educational institutions located nearby, the student housing is also close to all the hot spots. Around the neighbourhood are numerous eateries, cafes, and pubs. Some of the best restaurants located close to Cooper Square NYC are Veselka, Mountain House Manhattan, Lafayette Grand Cafe & Bakery, Ippudo, 7th Street Burger East Village, Spot Dessert Bar, BONDST, and Fish Cheeks! If you’re in the mood for a drink, hop over to McSorley’s Old Ale House, The Bowery, or Phebe’s for an evening of fun. Additionally, there are several supermarkets located nearby, such as H Mart, so students never have to worry about their everyday groceries! The Public Theater, Webster Hall, and Astor Place Theater are also located close to Cooper Square student housing, where students can spend an evening enjoying plays and shows. Merchant’s House Museum, Anthology Film Archives, and the Ukrainian Museum should absolutely not be missed while in New York.

With so many different things to do in New York, along with the abundance of cafes, restaurants, and clubs, Cooper Square New York student housing is surely one of the best options for New York student housing. And that’s not all. New York City also has a well-established public transportation system in place, which can make travelling and exploring the city for students a whole lot easier!

Commute

One of the best parts about living in New York City is the incredible accessibility to public transportation. Thankfully, Cooper Square New York student housing is situated in a location with easy access to public transportation. You can board a bus at several bus stops, such as Cooper Sq E & E 6 St , East Village Cooper Union 3Av/Astor Pl, Astor PI/3 Av, and St Marks PI/3 Av. Additionally, there is always the option of walking or getting a bike to get to their desired location!

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the dates I can make a reservation?

Property books all reservations by the semester. Current semester dates can be found on each residence page. Go to the residence you are interested in, and look for the semester options in the Rooms & Rates section.

What is a guarantor? Who can be one?

A guarantor is a person over the age of 21, usually a parent, who agrees to be responsible if you are ever unable to fulfill the financial obligations of your housing agreement. If you can’t get a parent to be a guarantor, the next best bet would be a relative or friend.

What documents does a guarantor need to provide?

A guarantor needs to provide a copy of a valid current photo ID and a completed Guarantor Form, which will be sent by the Housing Advisor. Current IDs (valid) are IDs issued by a city/state/federal agencies.

Can I reserve housing for dates outside of the published semester dates?

It is sometimes possible for us to accommodate early arrivals and/or late departures at an additional cost. Approvals are dependent on which residence you are booking, as well as availability. Please make your reservation, and they will do their absolute best to accommodate your request.

What is included with the room rates?

The room rate includes all utilities (electric, AC/heat, water), a basic student-style furnished room (bed, desk, dresser or closet, desk with chair), Wifi in your room and throughout the building, fitness center, laundry facilities (laundry cost is not included), 24-hour security in the building, microwaves (in all buildings except New Yorker and Hudson Yards), and apartment-style or small refrigerator. Property Student Life staff is on call 24/7 for emergencies and also plans several free and low cost activities each month, which you are invited to attend.

Can I reserve for 9 or 12 months and cancel after the first semester?

You can reserve for 9 or 12 months with property, however if you cancel after the first semester, the guarantor will be responsible to guaranty payment pursuant to the License Agreement and the Guaranty. Cancellations made after the deadline will NOT receive refunds and the client will be responsible for the full cost of the reservation pursuant to the License Agreement. If you are unable to secure a guarantor, then you will be required to pay for the semester housing in full before moving in. Please speak directly with a Housing Advisor about your situation by calling.

What happens if I can't get a guarantor?

If you are unable to secure a guarantor, then you will be required to pay for the semester housing in full before moving in. Please speak directly with a Housing Advisor about your situation by calling.

I don’t need the room for the entire period. Can the rate be prorated for the weeks I won’t be there?

No, unfortunately they do not offer any prorated room rates.

After reserving my room, when do I receive information about check-in, what to bring, etc?

Most of the information you need to start planning your stay is in the FAQ section or can be found in the Student Life section. You will also receive an email from Student Life providing you with all of the information you need.

Does property offer short-term (daily, weekly, etc.) accommodations to individuals?

Property do not offer daily or weekly reservations. However, there may be times when they will offer short-term reservations. Please call  and speak to a Housing Advisor for current options.

Can I reserve for one month?

There may be times when they can offer short-term reservations. Please call and speak to a Housing Advisor for current options.

What is the cancellation policy?

To ensure the integrity of your reservation, all cancellation requests MUST be received by property through DocuSign or sent via certified or registered mail. Your request MUST be processed by DocuSign or via email/fax by 11:59 pm, New York City Time, or postmarked on or before the cancellation deadlines set forth below to be eligible for a refund. Cancellation requests processed or postmarked after the deadline or sent via a different method will result in NO REFUND of monies paid. Cancellation deadlines by semester: a. Fall Only Reservations - July 15
b. 9 and 12-month Reservations- July 15
c. Spring Only Reservations- Nov 15
d. Summer Only Reservations - April 15 Cancellations received or postmarked after the deadline will NOT receive refunds and the client will be responsible for the full cost of the reservation pursuant to the License Agreement. If there is a guarantor (required for 9 and 12-month reservations), the guarantor will be responsible to guaranty payment pursuant to the License Agreement and the Guaranty. The client also understands that the Membership Fee is NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE. All refunds are processed via check within 8-10 weeks and mailed to the client.

Can I use financial aid to pay for property housing?

You can speak with your school when applying for financial aid, and let them know that you will need funds for living expenses. Since financial aid is typically paid to you directly, You need to coordinate how the funds get from your school/other third party to property.

What is the $250 membership fee for?

As a not-for-profit company property are obligated to require membership. The fee that is charged is incorporated into the operating cost budget for property. Each property resident is required to pay a membership fee in order to reside with us.

What forms of payment are accepted?

Property accept all major credit cards. Complete the reservation or make a credit card payment over the phone. You may also pay with a Money Order, Certified Check or Traveler’s Check made out to Educational Housing Services, Inc. Please note that property does not accept personal checks.

What do I have to pay when submitting my reservation? Can I pay monthly?

Property do not offer monthly payments. The payment structure for each reservation type is: When making a Fall Only reservation, they require 50% of the room fee plus the membership fee ($250 if you are a new resident, $125 if you are a returning resident).The second 50% is due August 1.

 When making a Spring Only reservation, property require 50% of the room fee plus the membership fee ($250 if you are a new resident, $125 if you are a returning resident). The second 50% is due December 1. 

When making a 9 or 12 month reservation, property require 30 % of the room fee plus the membership fee ($250 if you are a new resident, $125 if you are a returning resident). The second 30% is due August 1 and the remaining 40% is due December 1. 

When making a summer reservation, property require 100% of the room fee +plus the membership fee ($250 if you are a new resident, $125 if you are a returning resident). 

For any other semester or for reservations that are placed after the above dates, please call and speak to a Housing Advisor for payment options.

How much does it cost to live with property?

Prices are dependent upon which semester, building and room type you choose. Under each of property building pages, you can select each room type to see the exact rate. All of properties and room types are at different price points, so speaking to one of Advisors is the best way to find out what would work best for your needs and budget. Keep in mind that rates are given by academic semester and are inclusive of all utilities, cable, Internet, etc. Housing Advisors can be reached by call.

What is the check-in procedure?

You will receive an email with details from the Student Life department at least two weeks prior to check-in. You will need to show a valid photo ID at check-in. An approved government-issued photo ID can be either a driver’s license or other state-issued ID. Non-US persons can present a passport.

Can I send packages to property before I check in?

You may ship items prior to your arrival, but no earlier than one week.

Can I live with a friend?

Sure! If availability at the time of reservation allows you both to book the same room type, in the same building, they would be happy to put you together. Please make sure that BOTH of you request to live with each other when you are making your reservation with your housing advisor.

How are roommates paired?

Property assigns residents to one of three types of rooms, Female, Male or Neutral. Single gender rooms (Female, Male) are assigned to residents whose gender identity aligns with the gender of that room and who wish to live in a single gender room. Neutral gender rooms allow residents to reside with other residents regardless of gender identity, sex or gender expression. By selecting this option, residents commit to living in a room/suite occupied by other residents who also prefer gender neutral housing and whose gender identity may or may not match their own. Property take several factors into consideration when pairing roommates together such as age, sleep schedule and smoking preference. Property always attempt to match roommates based off the information you provide during your room reservation, but it is not always guaranteed. If you have any special requests, please let your Housing Advisor know and they will do their best to accommodate them. If you reserved your room directly with your school/company, they will do all pairing and room allocation.

How does room selection work?

Rooms are assigned on a first come, first served basis depending on your room type. Property cannot guarantee views, floor numbers, closeness to elevators, etc. however, if you have any special request please let us know and they will do their best to accommodate. If you reserved your room directly with your school/company, they will handle all pairing and room allocation.

When do student get their roommate assignment and room number?

Room number and roommate information are provided upon check-in. If you reserved your room directly with your school/company they will do all pairing and room allocation.

Does property allow pets?

For the sake of cleanliness and safety, residents are not permitted to have pets or animals of any kind, including fish and reptiles, at any time in the building. If you are in need of an service or assistance living animal, please reach out to for more information. For more information on building policies please visit the Student Life section.

Is there a curfew?

There is no curfew; their residences have 24-hour front entrance security and residents can enter with their property ID Card. However, they do have quiet hours that are New York City ordinances which are from 11pm-9am. During final exams they have a 24-hour quiet hours in effect. For more information on building policies please visit the Student Life section.

Can I bring my bicycle?

You are permitted to have a bicycle; however, you must store it in your own room.

Does property offer meal plans? Are there kitchen facilities in the residences?

Since property are not on-campus housing, they do not offer meal plans. However, The New Yorker, St. George Towers, and 55 John Street residences all feature communal kitchens for you to use (cooking supplies not provided). The Marymount and Cooper Square residence offers apartment-style living and includes a kitchen within each apartment. Property also offer a variety of discounts to local restaurants.

What does property provide, and what can I bring? What size are the beds?

For a complete list of items you can and cannot bring please. Please note property does not provide towels/linens, kitchenware or housekeeping. Outside furniture is prohibited in the residence to ensure fire safety and cleanliness of the rooms. All of property beds are regular twin size, the mattress is 38" x 75".

What is the alcohol policy?

If you are a resident at the New Yorker, Marymount, or Cooper residence, you are not allowed any type of alcohol regardless of age. For any other residence, alcoholic beverages may be consumed by those who are of legal drinking age of 21 years. Also, all alcohol must stay within assigned rooms. No more than one (1) six pack of beer or one (1) bottle of wine may be allowed within your room. Hard liquor is prohibited. For more information, please visit the Student Life section and review your building’s Code of Conduct guide.

What is the square footage of the rooms? How can I see the rooms?

Property do not provide square footage for property rooms since not every room is exactly like another, however Property offer tours seven days a week at each of property buildings. Please call.

What is property? How does it work?

Property manages several dormitory-style student and intern housing facilities in New York City. These are not apartments, and are only open to students and interns. If you are a full-time college student studying at a school in NYC, or a college student coming to NYC for an internship as part of your studies, you are eligible to live with property. Property Management has more than 25 years of experience offering students and interns safe, high-end dormitory-style housing throughout NYC. property offers housing on a semester-based system only.

Who can live with property?

To be eligible to live with property, residents must be able to certify either (a) that he / she is currently enrolled as a student and is taking one or more courses, or (b) if the applicant is not taking classes during the semester, the applicant both (i) is registered to take classes in the following semester, and (ii) is working at an internship that provides beneficial learning. Residents must also certify that he/she is currently not listed, and has never been listed, on any state, district, commonwealth or territory sex offender registry. If the applicant is not a resident of the United States of America, the applicant has not been convicted of any sexual offenses that are punishable by the laws of the State of New York. Residents must also have not been previously convicted of a felony.

What security measures are in place at property?

Property is committed to providing its residents with a safe and secure environment where they can pursue their studies or internships. Property safety department at property is overseen by the Director of Public Safety, Fred Neglia, who boasts 30+ years of related experience. Professional security personnel are posted at the entrance of every property residence 24/7. There are also surveillance cameras throughout the buildings and live-in staff members.

Should they have renter’s insurance?

Property strongly urges residents to carry renters insurance. In an unlikely event of fire, theft, water damage or natural disaster, Educational Housing Services does not accept responsibility for an damage incurred to personal property. Parents are also encouraged to check to see if their home owners policies covers their children’s belongings while at school and if not, there are several companies that are specialized in the area of residence students.

What are the policies (for guests, conduct, etc)?

Please visit the Student Life section and review the Code of Conduct guide that all residents are expected to follow.

If student need to get in touch with a staff member at the residence during or after office hours due to an emergency, is there a number they can call?

Yes, please visit the Student Life section and look for the Building Contact Information section, then select the appropriate residence.
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About New York City

New York City in the US, a metropolis steeped in vibrant history and cultural richness, is a global hub for finance, art, technology, and education. Known as the city that never sleeps, New York City brims with iconic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and Times Square, forming an urban tapestry of attractions and activities. Renowned for being a melting pot of cultures, it is a city where dreams take shape amidst its towering skyscrapers and bustling streets.

New York City's reputation as a premier student destination is well-founded. An abundance of student housing NYC options cater to a diverse and dynamic student population. Its academic landscape is dotted with prestigious institutions, including Brooklyn Law School, Columbia University, and Lehman College, which contribute to its thriving intellectual community. Aspiring scholars seeking student housing in New York can find a variety of accommodations that resonate with their lifestyles and requirements.

Best student Housing in New York City

Finding the right student accommodation NYC is a critical decision for individuals making the move to New York City for their studies. Settling in a bustling metropolis requires a living space that not only ensures comfort and security but also places you within reach of essential amenities and your educational institution. Embracing independent living in off-campus student accommodation in New York comes with its perks, such as affordability, flexibility, and the invaluable opportunity to become part of a diverse community. For students enrolled at prestigious institutions like the City University of New York and Lehman College, there is a myriad of suitable student housing in New York, including ensuites, student halls, and studio apartments, which promise a home away from home. Some of the best student housing in New York City include:

1. Downtown Manhattan

2. Midtown Manhattan

3. St. George Towers

4. 55 John Street

5. E 7th St

6. 43 Avenue C

7. E 11th St

8. June Homes 11238

9. June Homes 10011

10. Cooper Square

Cost of Living in New York City

Finding a new home in the bustling city of New York can be an exciting yet daunting challenge, particularly when it comes to managing finances. Students should carefully budget and explore options like NYC student housing and food plans to help offset the notoriously high costs associated with living in New York. Here is a breakdown of the expenses:

1. Off-campus Housing: $1,050 - $1,230 per month

2. Transportation: $120 - $150 per month

3. Food: $600 - $738 per month

4. Utility: $115 - $125 per month

5. Entertainment: $65 - $70 per month

6. Groceries: $115 - $135 per month

7. Clothes: $40 - $55 per month

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When choosing NYC student apartments, one of the foremost considerations is travel, particularly in a bustling metropolis renowned for its extensive network of public transportation. A prime aspect of NYC student housing is the ease of accessibility to buses, subways, and city bikes, ensuring that students can navigate the city affordably and efficiently. Some modes of transport that are easily accessible from your student residence New York option include:

1. Buses

New York City's buses are reliable and cost-effective modes of transport. With a base fare of $2.75, students can traverse the city and reach various destinations, including educational institutions. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) offers a pay-per-ride MetroCard that students can refill as needed or a 7-Day Unlimited Pass for approximately $33, ideal for regular commuters. You can take the Llegada Bus stop and the 7 Ave/W 31 St bus stop.
2. Subways

New York City's subway system is extensive, providing a fast and convenient way to travel across boroughs 24/7. The standard fare is similarly priced at $2.75 per trip, and with the possibility of transferring between buses and subways, it offers a seamless travel experience. The weekly Unlimited Ride MetroCard is particularly useful for students who travel frequently for classes and part-time jobs. You can take the Times Sq-42St and Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall subway stations.
3. Cycling

Citi Bike offers an attractive option for the eco-conscious or fitness-savvy student. With stations conveniently located near Brooklyn Law School and other key institutions, students can enjoy short—or long-term access with a single ride starting at $3.50 or an annual membership for those seeking an economical and healthy mode of commuting. Additionally, most apartments in New York for students offer secure bike/cycle storage spaces for added convenience.

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1. Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
2. Central Park
3. Empire State Building
4. Times Square
5. Broadway and the Theater District
6. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
7. 9/11 Memorial and Museum

Universities in New York City

New York City, a vibrant metropolis known for its rich educational landscape, hosts some of the most prestigious and renowned universities in the world, apart from the excellent student accommodation in New York options. Some top universities include:

1. Columbia University
2. City University of New York
3. Brooklyn Law School
4. Brooklyn College
5. Lehman College

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