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Midtown Manhattan, New York

W 44th St, New York, 10036, United States
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About the Property

Located at 12 W 44th St, New York, NY 10036, the Midtown Manhattan, New York student housing is an exquisite property offering a variety of room types to cater to diverse preferences. Students can choose from an array of living spaces, including the sprawling Penthouse King Suite, one-bedroom suites, and a range of studios with ensuite baths. These New York student apartments are highly sought after for their close proximity to several prominent educational institutions such as Columbia University, New York University, and the Fashion Institute of Technology, making it an ideal location for student housing in New York.

New York is a hub for students, and the city is filled with students from all over the world; according to the US 2020 census data, New York ranks eighth in the States for ethnic diversity! The city also boasts some of the greatest colleges and universities, with two Ivy League schools in the city! There is a lot of opportunity for you to grow in the city through internships, as New York is home to 50 Fortune 500 companies. Choosing to reside in Midtown Manhattan, New York student housing is more than just a living choice—it's an immersion into the educational and cultural heartbeat of the city. New York, known as the "Big Apple," boasts a rich educational heritage and a large student population that thrives on its dynamic and diverse atmosphere. Home to iconic landmarks like Times Square and Central Park, which are situated close to Midtown Manhattan, New York, the city offers a blend of historical significance and modern zest that continually attracts students from all over the globe. Renowned for its world-class universities, this city is a melting pot of knowledge and culture, making Midtown Manhattan, New York student housing a prime choice for those seeking an enriching academic experience. Provided by Harrington housing-us, this property ensures students have access to everything they need — from a vibrant lifestyle to a comfortable and well-furnished place to call home.

Features

Midtown Manhattan, New York student housing is ideally situated in the heart of New York. This premium accommodation offers a range of room types tailored to fit every student's preference. From the lavish Penthouse King Suite to the practical yet stylish Studio (Basic) & Ensuite Bath and the cosy Private Room (Shared Bath), there's a space that not only matches but enhances your lifestyle.

At Midtown Manhattan, New York housing in New York, each room is designed with comfort and convenience in mind, featuring fully furnished environments with sleek, modern home linen. An array of room amenities including televisions and microwave are provided to ensure a seamless living experience. The Deluxe Room and various studio options come equipped with Ensuite Baths, promising privacy and relaxation. Additionally, suites like the Studio Plus are accentuated with functional kitchen appliances for those delightful home-cooked meals.

The property doesn't just stop at superb living spaces. It extends into a host of Common Amenities that cater to both academic and lifestyle needs. Break a sweat and stay fit at the state-of-the-art Gym, handle coursework in the dedicated Business Center, and keep your wardrobe fresh with the on-site Laundry facilities.

Situated in the educational hub of New York, Midtown Manhattan, New York is merely moments away from esteemed institutions like Columbia University and New York University, making it an ideal spot for students pursuing academic excellence. Managed by Harrington housing-us, residents are assured the highest quality of service for a hassle-free stay.

Envision indulging in the vibrancy of New York City while having the luxury of retreating to your calming abode at Midtown Manhattan, New York student housing. A place where every element is designed to elevate your student living experience.

Location and What's Hot?

Living in Midtown Manhattan, New York, means you are living in Manhattan, where everything is within arms reach away. You will find many restaurants, cafes, clubs, parks, iconic attractions, and a lot more! You can easily travel to them on your days off and roam the beautiful city that is New York. Living in Midtown Manhattan, New York, student housing places you in the midst of a bustling neighborhood brimming with urban delights. Within this lively locale, the gastronomic scene beckons with places like $1.50 Fresh Pizza for a savory slice of New York-style pizza. Living near Midtown Manhattan's student housing offers a plethora of nearby attractions and dining options. Dive into the rich history of Broadway at the Museum of Broadway, or satisfy your culinary cravings at Urbanspace Vanderbilt, a bustling food hall. Kickstart your day with Mama Jo's Breakfast Cart's delicious morning offerings, or indulge in authentic Italian cuisine at Fasano Restaurant New York. For a quick and tasty meal, Duke Eatery is the perfect spot, while Mitr Thai Restaurant serves up flavorful traditional Thai dishes. With such diverse and convenient options nearby, Midtown Manhattan ensures an exciting and fulfilling living experience for students. You can explore the city by visiting the various attractions, like the vast Central Park, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, the renowned Empire State Building, the iconic Times Square, and many more museums and attractions!

You can spend the entire day roaming the streets, but the attractions will never end! The city comes alive at night with various things to do, especially at night, and you are going to be living close to all the events at Harrington Housing NYC. There are many restaurants near Harrington Housing, like Connolly's, an Irish restaurant, Joe Allen for some comfort food, where you might see some Broadway actors, and Capizzi for some great Italian pizza. These were just a few clubs near Harrington Housing NYC; the city is littered with clubs you can visit throughout the night and party! After a long day, you can relax in the huge Central Park and catch a cool breeze. There are many things to do in New York, and if you are wondering what they are, let us help you with that!

Commute

When it comes to exploring New York's vibrant cityscape, students residing in Midtown Manhattan, New York have a multitude of travel options at their fingertips. Easily accessible public transport stops, located in the heart of the city are conveniently close by. A short stroll away, you can find Times Square-42nd Street Subway Station, which serves as a central hub for numerous subway lines, connecting you to various parts of the city. For those who prefer overground travel, the Grand Central Terminal is located a stone's throw away, offering train services that extend beyond the city limits. Additionally, numerous bus routes are readily available at 5 Av/W 44 St and W 44 St & 6 Av Bus Stops, ensuring that whether you're headed to university or out for leisure, your commute will be seamless and stress-free. The Midtown Manhattan, New York housing highlights the epitome of convenience and metropolitan connectivity.

What will you get

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Common Amenities

Wi-Fi Internet
Fully Furnished
Co-working Space
Gym
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Frequently Asked Questions

What does the rent include?

The rent includes all utilities, internet, as well as living in a fully furnished apartment. It also includes the use of the building amenities, such as a gym, swimming pool, rooftop, and so on (if applicable).

How does the rent payment work?

At the time of check-out, you are only required to make your deposit  payment. Paying a deposit will secure your room. Your first rent payment is due upon your move-in. Let's say today is January 15 and you would like to book a room from March 1 to September 31. Today, you will need  to pay the deposit amount to hold your room. The first rent payment is due any time until March 1. You will need to pay your first rent to receive your apartment keys. In other words, the deposit secures your room, and the first rent brings you the keys.

What is the verification process?

After the booking submission, you will be asked to follow the instructions to verify your identity and proof of study/work. They want to make sure they only accept people who are verified to be a good fit for their co-living community.

Why can’t I select the dates I want?

You can only select the beginning and end of the month as a move-in  date. If you have a specific move-in date in mind, you may contact Email in case they can accommodate your inquiry.

Are Management premises Co-ed?

They have all-female, all-male, and mixed apartments, based on availability at the time of booking. During the booking process kindly let them know your preference and they will do their best to accommodate it.

Why am I paying a furniture deposit?

The furniture deposit is to secure the room and cover any potential damage to furniture, other loss, or default in rent payment.

Do I pay my rent month to month, or weekly?

They allow flexible lease terms, and rent payment is due every 4-week. A payment plan will be generated and added to the end of your housing agreement for your reference. Let's say you rented a room at a rate of $275/week, and your total duration of stay is 12-week. You will need to make payments in 3 installments of $1100/each.

Do I get my own bathroom?

Unless specified otherwise, all rooms have shared bathrooms. If you are looking for ultimate privacy, they do have a master room with a private bathroom and entire apartment options in certain locations.

Does the apartment have a common living room?

There is a small dining area near the kitchen area. Particularly with the Covid-19 precautions, they discourage their residents to gather in common areas unless necessary.

Is the internet included?

They are happy to provide each resident with an unlimited Wi-Fi internet connection. This is included in the rental price. Also, Property  prepares the rooms with fresh bed linens and deep cleaning before the move-in. Residents need to leave the room in the same condition as it is found, including the replacement of fresh bed linens and completion of deep move-out cleaning.

Do you have a cleaning service?

Prior to moving in, your room is cleaned and you are provided with fresh linens. It is up to all roommates to keep their rooms and common areas clean.

Do you accept pets?

Even though they love pets, a co-living environment does not allow them to be pet friendly. Their current or future guests might be allergic to pets.

What is your guest policy?

Due to the unique living environment at Property premises, constant overnight guests are not allowed. You are able to have friends and family visit you. However overnight guests overpopulate the apartment and are not permitted.

Do you provide a meal plan?

Meal plans are not provided. Their apartments have fully furnished kitchens with standard appliances including pots, pans, dishes, and cutlery. There are grocery stores nearby.

Can I bring my own sheets and furniture?

They provide fresh bed linens prior to moving in. Their rooms are fully furnished with a bed, study desk, side table, lighting, and smart TV. As long as the room is left in the same condition after your stay, you may replace your own linens and small furniture.

Can I rent an apartment to myself?

Yes, you can rent an entire studio or one-bedroom apartment.

What if I have a roommate issue?

Their residence is a co-living shared space and they encourage open communication to try and resolve any household issues. Please contact your housing coordinator, for some further assistance.

Is there 24/7 security on the premises?

Most of their locations have a concierge security desk. Additionally, a key fob is needed, to enter the building.

What is the check-in process?

Check-in generally begins after 4:00 pm on your planned move-in date. You will receive move-in instructions by email, which will include the housing coordinator’s contact information. You can inform them when you’re on  the way, or a time you plan to be at the residence and they will meet you. You will have a short orientation when you arrive and will receive your keys if your first rent payment was made. 

What is required for booking?

To book you will need to complete the verification process by uploading a photo ID, proof of study/work, proof of address, and guarantor documents, and then pay the deposit listed in the booking process. If you are a student, they require proof of study instead of proof of work. This full process can be completed online.

What is proof of guarantor?

It is proof that you have a guarantor agreeing to secure or 'guarantee'  tenancy agreement/contract. A guarantor can be an individual (parent, spouse, relative, etc.) who promises to pay a tenant’s debt in the case the payment has not been transferred for a reason.

How do my friend and I rent an apartment together?

Bookings are done individually, but you may request to live in the same apartment with your friend. They do their best to make this happen but it is based on availability. Please contact their booking team with further questions.

Can I meet my roommates before moving in?

In most circumstances, your exact room is assigned the day you move in. The housing coordinators will introduce you to your roommates

What is the Service Fee?

The service fee is a non-refundable administrative fee, to cover costs  associated with your application process, verification, screening, and contract preparation.

What if I want to change my room type?

Room type changes are subject to availability and will involve an extra cleaning fee pending approval.

How can I extend my stay?

You need to provide a written request to extend your stay, preferably with a  30-day notice. Extensions are based on availability and they do Their best to accommodate them.

How many people will I be living with?

You will live in a co-living space with other roommates. 95% of their premises accommodate three(3) roommates in total. An exact number of roommates depends on the apartment layout and location.

How many people share the same bathroom?

Generally, you will be sharing the bathroom with 2 other roommates depending on the apartment layout. They have some apartments with a master room with a private bathroom, based on availability.

Is a kitchen included?

Yes, all of their apartments come with a fully furnished, shared kitchen. This includes a small dining area, pots, pans, dishes, utensils, and appliances.

Is there a laundry?

Yes, all their premises have either in-unit or on-site laundry.

Is parking included?

Parking may be provided for an additional fee, provided that the duration of the stay is a minimum of one year. 

Are there locks on doors?

Unfortunately, they do not place locks on doors. Due to existing fire code requirements, they attach importance to the security of the co living units, and individual locks create a less preferable environment in terms of the security of their tenants.

What is flex space?

Flex space is one of the budget-friendly options they offer. It’s ideal for students looking for luxury living with basic privacy. The space is an alternative to a shared room and is created with a temporary bookcase partition.

Is the furniture deposit returned?

The deposit will be returned within 21 business days after the rooming agreement term stays, provided that the contractual obligations have been met and mandatory fees have been deducted.

What to do for Early Check-ins?

You can call / message the coordinator via WhatsApp and let them know your arrival time. You will be able to leave your luggage in the common area of the apartment and return later once your room is ready.

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Finding the right student housing in New York City is an essential aspect of the student experience. Opting for off-campus student housing in New York City over on-campus options offers a greater degree of independence, more living space, and the opportunity to immerse oneself in the bustling city life of the Big Apple. Amber steps in to simplify this search, dedicated to matching students with their ideal home away from home.

With Amber, the hunt for top-notch student housing in New York is streamlined, connecting students with a variety of housing options, from shared rooms to entire apartments, all conveniently located near key educational institutions. Whether you're attending Brooklyn Law School, City University of New York, or Columbia University, you'll find suitable NYC student housing that caters to your lifestyle and preferences. The amenities available within these student housing aim to enhance the living experience, offering features like high-speed internet, modern appliances, fitness centers, and communal study spaces. New York City itself becomes an extended campus where students can thrive academically and socially. Consider properties like Fidi, Midtown East, and June Homes 1000, each offering a unique taste of student life in New York City.

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 caters 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 off-campus student housing 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

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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. As a hub of culture, business, and education, New York City can be quite an expensive place to live, especially for students. From exorbitant rental prices for even modest apartment shares to the added expenses of transportation, textbooks, and simply existing in an urban environment, the financial burden can be considerable. Students should carefully budget and explore options like 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

Student Travel New York City

When choosing student apartments in NYC, 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.

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.

Student Lifestyle and Living in New York City

As a student settling into the vibrant pulse of New York City, expect a fusion of dynamic culture, educational excellence, and an endless array of social hubs. Renowned for its safe and stimulating environment, New York City offers an unparalleled student living experience, complete with the prestige of academic life and the excitement of urban exploration. The city's boroughs, each a melting pot of culture and community, present an inviting atmosphere where knowledge and diversity are celebrated. Off-campus student housing NYC is conveniently nestled amidst the hustle and bustle, ensuring everything you need is but a stone's throw away. For socialites and foodies, the Big Apple is a haven with eateries like Joe's Pizza for an authentic New York slice or The Halal Guys for mouth-watering street food delights. Hip cafes such as Think Coffee provide a perfect spot for study sessions or catching up with friends.

Moreover, New York City's iconic bars and arcades, like Barcade, offer a fun retro escape with classic games and a convivial ambience, all within a reachable radius. Green spaces like Central Park serve as serene oases for relaxation or picnicking between lectures, while Washington Square Park is a favoured gathering spot that brilliantly captures the student spirit. Your leisure time can further be enriched at local events, including music festivals like the Governors Ball or cultural fests that light up the city streets, providing a fantastic backdrop to your student life. Students living in New York City housing in New York can immerse themselves in the city's artistic offerings, from Broadway shows to numerous art galleries and exhibitions that showcase both established and emerging talents.

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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
8. Brooklyn Bridge
9. Fifth Avenue
10. One World Observatory

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New York City, a vibrant metropolis known for its rich educational landscape, hosts some of the most prestigious and renowned universities in the world. For students seeking NYC student housing, choices are as diverse as the city itself.

1. Columbia University
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3. Brooklyn Law School
4. Brooklyn College
5. Lehman College

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