If you are looking for a safe and convenient way to enjoy living in New York, we encourage you to live with us as part of the New York University School of Law's Summer Living in New York program, located in Manhattan's Greenwich Village. Each year our residential facilities are available to summer residents. Most summer residents are associates and interns with jobs in the city's legal and business communities, or are NYU School of Law students
staying through the summer.
Please review the information in the Summer Living in NY links prior to submitting the application.
Our 2017 program will run for 10 weeks, from May 28 to August 5. Stays can start on the Sunday and end on the Saturday of any week, subject to a minimum of four consecutive weeks. Accommodations are available for single adults and couples age 18 or over, and for families with children.
Law School housing includes two high-rise buildings and one low-rise building.
All of our housing is apartment or apartment-style, from studio and one-bedroom apartments to double and triple suites in which each resident has a private bedroom in a two- or three-bedroom unit, sharing the kitchen and bath with the other resident(s) of the suite.
D'Agostino Hall, located at the corner of West Third and MacDougal Streets, and Hayden Hall, located at West Third and Mercer Streets, offer studios, one-bedroom apartments, and suites of two or three private bedrooms. Our low-rise building, 130 MacDougal Street, is located less than a block away from D'Agostino Hall and contains one-bedroom apartments.