While at NYU Law, students can stay either in one of the dedicated law school residence halls—each within a few blocks of the classroom buildings and the Law Library—or off-campus, taking advantage of New York City’s diverse neighborhoods and boroughs.
If you choose to live on-campus, you’ll enjoy the convenience of living in modern high-rise apartment buildings with 24-hour doormen. Here, you’ll immerse yourself in vibrant, historic Greenwich Village as you explore Washington Square Park, cafés that inspired literary greats, comedy clubs, theaters, and restaurants.
We offer a variety of living arrangements. Most student residents live in private bedrooms that are shared between two- or three-bedroom apartments in our two high-rise apartment-style residence halls. Family and partner housing accommodations (in the form of studios and one-bedroom apartments) are also available. Explore our residence halls to learn about our facilities, including apartment layouts and furnishings.
If you prefer to live off-campus, you’ll benefit from University resources for finding housing that meets your needs. The Law School is located near several subway and bus lines, including the busy West Fourth Street-Washington Square Station, making it convenient to students commuting from around the city.
Why NYU Law Housing is a Great Option
- Live in the heart of Greenwich Village, with its cafés, restaurants, shopping—all just a short walk from classes and the Law Library.
- 24/7 Front Desk and security operation and round-the-clock maintenance coverage at Mercer Residence and D’Agostino Hall.
- Study rooms, laundry rooms, computer labs, terraces, lounges, bike storage, and a recreation room.
- High-speed wireless internet via ResNet, NYU cable television, and phone service.
- Unwind with fellow students over a game of pool or foosball in the Mercer Gameroom.
- Enjoy lively, informal discussions on key legal issues with full-time faculty and visiting Hauser Global Law faculty thanks to the Faculty in Residence program.
Use the map below to explore the NYU Law campus and the broader community. Blue pins show residence halls. Purple pins show academic buildings.