D’Agostino Hall is located at the corner of West Third and MacDougal Streets directly behind Vanderbilt Hall, New York University School of Law’s main classroom building.

Amenities include:

  • 24/7 front desk services
  • 24/7 maintenance staff coverage
  • NYU Campus Cable
  • NYU-TV
  • NYU Telephone System: Includes voicemail, call-waiting, and local service
  • NYU ResNet: High-speed wireless online and data capability
  • Furnished apartments
  • Utilities included (Heat, Air Conditioning, Electricity, Water, & Gas)
  • Green Living Initiatives
  • Laundry room

  • Terraces on the 12th and 14th floors, The Commons, and houses the offices for the student journals 

Apartment types and floor plans

  • L1-type small one-bedroom apartments are approximately 415 square feet, are suitable for one or two people.
  • M-type studios are approximately 180 square feet, and are suitable for single occupancy only.
  • N-type studios are approximately 210 square feet, and are suitable for single occupancy only.
  • O-type "doubles" consist of two private bedrooms, each suitable for one person only, with a shared kitchen and bath. Total square footage is approximately 415 square feet; average bedroom size is 10 x 11.
  • P-type "triples" consist of three private bedrooms, each suitable for one person only, with a shared kitchen and bath. Total square footage is approximately 535 square feet; average bedroom size is 10 x 11.
  • Q-type "triples" consist of three private bedrooms, each suitable for one person only, with a shared kitchen and bath. Total square footage is approximately 500 square feet; average bedroom size is 10 x 11.
  • R type studios are approximately 415 square feet, with kitchen and bath, and are suitable for 1 to 2 persons.

Note: Measurements are approximate and individual apartments may vary somewhat from the floor plans. See furniture dimensions.

Tiers

  • D'Agostino Hall apartments are also coded by tier, which indicate the apartment floor. Lower refers to floors 3-6; Middle refers to floors 7-10, and Upper refers to floors 11-15.
  • For example, a type O-U apartment is a type O apartment on an Upper Floor (Floors 11-15).