Many 1Ls and LLMs—and some faculty—live just a few steps from classes in NYU Law’s on-campus accommodations. D'Agostino Hall and Hayden Hall, our two high-rise apartment-style residence halls, and 130 MacDougal Street, our low-rise apartment building, offer students a variety of living arrangements. The majority of students have their own private rooms in shared two- or three-bedroom apartments. Studio and one-bedroom apartments are also options. Family housing accommodations are available, but in limited quantity.
D’Agostino Hall and 130 MacDougal Street are located across from the Law School, and Hayden Hall is a short three-block walk to class.
Around-the-Clock Staff and Services
Both high-rise buildings have 24-hour front desk staff and services (announcement of guests, help with lockouts, etc.), and maintenance staff.
In the high-rise buildings, rooms feature high-speed wireless internet, cable television, and telephone systems with voicemail and call waiting.
Utilities and Furnishings
Rates include all utilities (heat, air conditioning, electricity, water, and gas). All apartments are furnished.
- Study rooms
- Laundry rooms
- Computer labs
- Business centers
- Terraces and lounges
- Bike storage (Hayden Hall only via lottery at the beginning of the Academic Year)
- Common recreation rooms (pool table, dart board, foos-ball, ping-pong table and piano room)
- Energy Star-rated appliances and support other green initiatives, such as mixed recycling and composting