99th Street Residence
Located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, the 99th street residence is a super-easy commute from anywhere in the city. Choose from our newly renovated fully-furnished, single and double-bed private studios. Every studio has free cable TV, high-speed WIFI, and a refrigerator. Every floor is equipped with a common area kitchen and several single-use bathrooms which are well-maintained by the house keeping staff. The residence has a 24 hour security desk and a lounge with a TV and kitchen. Room cleaning, pillows, sheets and comforters are all included at no extra cost. Students attending Columbia University, Fordham Law School, FIT and NYIT are among those who call this residence home.
Single bed w/ shared bath…..$1,900 /month
Single Bed w/ Private Bath Room…$2,500/month
Double (2) Beds / Shared bath…$2600 / month per room
Move-Out Restoration Fee……….$150
Additional fees may apply depending upon method of payment
Rates and Fees subject to change
Mini Refrigerator In room
Desk with chair
Daily Cleaning Service
Common Area Kitchens (one per floor)
Linens, Blankets, Pillows included
Towels NOT Included
Private and Shared Bathroom Options
24 Hour Reception desk & Security
Air conditioning and heat in every room
Laundry Facility in building
Optional Airport Car Service
99th St. Helpful Details
There is one common kitchen per floor equipped with a sink, stove, oven for cooking, microwave, toaster and coffee maker. You are permitted to use any kitchen in the building. The kitchens are NOT equipped with utensils, pots, or pans. All apartments have a private refrigerator.
1. Explore our housing options on our website-we have many locations with varying price ranges. Each location page has it’s own unique inquiry form.
2. After you submit the inquiry form, We will email a confirmation verifying whether we have availability for your dates or not. If we have availability a link to book your apartment will be included in the email.
3. After you apply, we will email you our rental agreement.
4. Once you review and sign the rental agreement, we will email you an invoice for payment. The invoice will itemize all fees and your reservation dates.
5. Make a payment to book your accommodation. Once your payment is received, we will send you move-in instructions
The building is a quiet, well-maintained and professional environment. It is not a fraternity / sorority type setting.
There is a full-time security person behind the reception desk 24/7. Additionally, there are staff throughout the building at any given time. Visitors must first check in with reception.
Laundry machines are available in the building. They are operated by a card payment system.
Professionally cleaned linens, blankets and pillows are provided at no extra cost.
The building is conveniently located on 99th street, less than a block from Broadway. All types of food markets, cafes, 99 cent stores, movie theaters and everything else is within walking distance. The nearest Subway (1-2-3 train) is 3 blocks away on 96th Street.
Utilities like electric, water, heat, A/C and WiFi are included at no extra cost.
After your first invoice, you will be emailed an invoice on the 20th of every month which will be towards the following month’s rent. Example: June’s rent will be sent on May 20th.
The people who occupy this building are a mix of mostly students, interns, and professional trainees.
There are 3 or 4 bathrooms on every floor. They are for single person use and are cleaned by our maintenance staff throughout the day. An average of 3 people to 1 bathroom. Guests are not assigned to any specific bathroom.
Yes, These apartments are private unless you bring a roommate. We do not place you with roommates.
You can move in on any day of the month. You will only be charged for the number of days of the month that you stay for. Example: move in date May 20th = You will be billed only from the 20th- 31st.
You can move out on any day of the month. We have a 30 day minimum reservation.
Specific addresses are not listed as a safety measure for our residents. We disclose the specific address for scheduled visits and during the application process.
Our shortest stay is 30 days. We don’t do AirBnB or Short term rentals. All of our homes are in compliance with local legislation and rules
For most of our homes, we have on-street parking as the only option.
You can move-out earlier than your agreement ends by finding a replacement who will take over your lease. Upon your written request, we will provide you with standard description and photos that you can use to find a replacement. Any leads you send us will still need to be approved by June Homes through a video interview, tour, financial verification, and background check. If you have an interested lead, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get the process going.
We refund security deposit within 1 month, but usually much faster
If we receive an application for the room that you are currently renting for dates after your lease duration, we will send you an email that will contain the new applicant’s effective move-in date and duration of stay that needs to be responded to within 24 hours. You will have the right of first refusal to extend your stay for the same duration and price as the new applicant. If we do not receive a response from you within the allotted 24 hour window from when our notification email was sent out, your room will be offered to the new applicant and we will request your move-out as per the signed agreement. As an existing occupant, you will always be prioritized for other homes within our network.
After you sign your contract , we lock your price and no longer change it until the end of your contract. Please note that we reserve a right to change your price after your contract ends. We uses dynamic pricing model and all rates depend on the selected home, room, duration of stay, move-in date, move-out date and other factors that we do not disclose. After agreement is signed, your price is final, non negotiable and is locked for the duration of your contract.
About the Neighborhood
The Upper West Side—bracketed by Central Park and Riverside Park, and distinguished by regal, two-towered apartment buildings along Central Park West—is a place where you can frequently see families pushing strollers, walking dogs and, on weekends, settling in for brunch at mainstays like Sarabeth’s.
Lincoln Center, New York City
Photo credit: Iñaki Vinaixa for Lincoln Center