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Student Accommodation New York

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92Y Residence
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From $1,600
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From $2,000
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20 mins by public transport to Central New York
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Heritage Grand Central
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From $200
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From $2,800
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From $3,500
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21 mins by public transport to Central New York
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Heritage East Village
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19 mins by public transport to Central New York
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Heritage Greenwich
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19 mins by public transport to Central New York
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Heritage Chelsea
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From $2,000
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From $2,500
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27 mins by public transport to Central New York
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Wall Street
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From $595
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29 mins by public transport to Central New York
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Midtown Manhattan
Twin
From $300
Single
From $445
Studio
From $625
En-Suite
From $725
Flat
From $2,860
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11 mins by public transport, 16 mins walk to Central New York
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John Street
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28 mins by public transport to Central New York
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1760 Third Avenue
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17 mins by public transport to Central New York
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Columbia Heights Waterfront
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57 mins by public transport to Central New York
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Brooklyn Heights
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56 mins by public transport to Central New York
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43 mins by public transport to Central New York
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New York is the most popular and populous city in the United States. The city is located on one of the biggest natural harbours in the world; New York harbour. The city takes its name from the English Duke of York in 1664; James II. Its history dates back to the 1500s. Casita offers you luxurious student accommodation in New York. Our accommodation options have state-of-the-art facilities and plenty of services. Also, they are very well located because they’re only a short drive from Central New York. 

Why Book Student Accommodation in New York?

New York is one of the major cities in the world. It is often referred to as the cultural and media capital of the world. It is very ethnically and culturally diverse making it easy for international students to blend in. Also, it is famous for its iconic skyscrapers and cultural and art parades which include Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, St. Patrick's Day Parade, and Greenwich Village Halloween Parade. Casita offers you student accommodation in New York close to all the major locations in the city, including universities and entertainment spots.  

Universities in New York

Casita offers New York student accommodation within a short distance to the following universities:

City, University of New York

  • 12 student accommodation options in New York are within a 15 to 20-minute car ride from the university.

  • Grand Central - 42 St subway station is a five-minute walk from the university. 42 St and Lexington Av and 3 Av bus station is a two-minute walk from the university and E 42nd St and 3rd Ave bus station is a one-minute walk.

  • Nearby places of interest: The Channel Gardens, Mini Plexiglass Waterfall Tunnel, and Library Walk

New York University

  • 12 student accommodation options in New York are within a five to 30-minute car ride from the university.

  • W 4 St - Wash Sq subway station is a two-minute walk from the university. 6 Avenue and West 3 Street bus station is a two-minute walk from the university and W Houston St/LaGuardia Pl bus station is a one-minute walk.

  • Nearby places of interest: One World Observatory, Washington Square Fountain, and Madame Tussauds New York

New York Institute of Technology

  • 12 student accommodation options in New York are within a one-hour car ride from the university.

  • 59 St - Columbus Circle subway station is a two-minute walk from the university. Columbus Av/W 61 St bus station is a three-minute walk from the university and Broadway/W 61 St bus station is a one-minute walk.

  • Nearby places of interest: Conservatory Water, Strawberry Fields, and The Mall and Literary Walk. 

New York Academy of Art

  • 12 student accommodation options in New York are within a 15 to 30-minute car ride from the university.

  • Franklin Street subway station is a one-minute walk from the university. Harrison St/Hudson St bus station is a five-minute walk from the university and Varick and Franklin St bus station is a two-minute walk.

  • Nearby places of interest: Berlin Wall, FDNY Memorial Wall, and Museum of Ice Cream

Student Life

Is NYC good for students?

New York is quite the choice for international students. It is one of the most interesting and bustling cities in the world and is home to renowned educational institutions. New York receives thousands of students from all over the globe, creating fantastic cultural and ethnic diversity in the city. Also, you’ll never be bored with all the activities you get to do and all the places you get to visit. To make it even better, it is home to over 100 cultural and art museums that you’ll truly enjoy. Lastly, as vast and wide as New York is, getting anywhere around it is quite easy with all the great transportation links offered in the city. This booming metropolitan city is perfect for students.

Must-Visit Places in New York

New York is a vibrant and bustling city that has a plethora of places to visit. These locations include the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, Rockefeller Center and Top of the Rock Observation Deck, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Broadway and the Theater District, Empire State Building, Times Square, Brooklyn Bridge, Fifth Avenue, Grand Central Terminal, New York Public Library, Wall Street, Radio City Music Hall, and St. Patrick's Cathedral.

Transportation in New York

New York has a variety of transportation links throughout the city. If you can’t walk to your destination, well, we suggest you check out the public transportation services that include the bus, subway, taxis, and ferries. You can buy a MetroCard that you can use to get around the city using any public transportation. Buses are operated by the MTA and have plenty of routes. They cost around $2.75 per single ride and run every 15 minutes. The subway is the best and quickest way to move around New York. It operates round the clock and has 472 routes. Another way you can get to your destination is by the famous taxi cabs that come in yellow and green colours. The yellow one can pick you up anywhere in the five boroughs, while the green cabs pick you up in Upper Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island. New York port ferries are another way to get around the city. They can get you to uptown or downtown in Manhattan and across the rivers to Staten Island, Brooklyn, Queens, and New Jersey. Whatever transportation you prefer, you’ll move around quite easily. 

Other Student Accommodations in the USA

Besides offering affordable student accommodation in New York, Casita also offers student accommodation options in nearby cities which include:

Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, and Rochester.


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