East 92nd St.

Housing for NYC Students on Manhattan’s Upper East Side!

Maymount College, Hunter College, Weill Cornell Medical College, Berkely College, and LIM College all have locations on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. Student Housing Works provides housing for NYC college students- both long term and short term stays.

Tour Your East 92nd Street Home.

Everything you need in one of New York City’s best neighborhoods —go ahead and take a look inside.

Why Students Love to Live at East 92nd Street

In a great location, the 92nd Street residence includes, 24-hour security, 24/7 assistance, including CCTV, Laundry rooms, common area rooms equipped with smart TVs and Sling TV, a Computer lab and meeting space, Health and fitness center, Access to music and dance practice rooms

Here’s What’s Included.

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24-hour security, including CCTV

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Desk with Chair

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Common rooms with smart TVs and Sling TV

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Health and fitness center (slot reservations required) and virtual/online classes (ozone-purified pool, sauna, 5,000 square foot cardio court)

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Laundry Facilities

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High speed Wi-Fi and utilities (with air conditioning)

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Common area Kitchens with standard appliances

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Two weight training rooms, Technogym equipment, 100 group fitness classes weekly, two full-size basketball courts, indoor track

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Furniture and linens provided

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Computer lab and meeting space

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Access to music and dance practice rooms (additional fee)

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24/7 assistance

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Communal Bathrooms only

Room Options and All-Inclusive Rates

 

All reservations have a 30 day minimum

MONTHLY RATES

Private Room Options

Standard Size Room … $2,000

Large Single Room…$2,100

*Double Bed Room…..$1,750 (per bed)

( *we can match you with a roommate or bring your own)

 

Every floor has a large communal bathroom with semi-private or private showers, sinks and toilets.

 

FEES

Application fee…. $20

Service Fee…………$250

Refundable Deposit…$500

Utilities/WiFi……… Free

Extras

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Single Room

  • Approximately 9’ x 11’

  • Furnished with twin-size bed, linens, pillow, desk, chair, desk lamp (not pictured), dresser, two bookshelves, bulletin board, full-length mirror and wastebasket.

Large Single Room

  • Approximately 8’ x 16’

  • Furnished with twin-size bed, linens, pillow, desk, chair, desk lamp (not pictured), dresser, two bookshelves, bulletin board, full-length mirror and wastebasket.

Double Room

  • Approximately 10’ x 17’

  • Furnished with twin-size bed, linens, pillow, desk, chair, desk lamp (not pictured), dresser, two bookshelves, bulletin board, full-length mirror and wastebasket per person.

  • Shared rooms are for those age 25 years of age and younger

 Why Student Hosuing Works

Student Housing Works NYC compared to other apartments and campus dorm options. Student housing for NYC college students is considered to be increasingly difficult to find in the New York City.  As more in-person classes become available at college campuses, housing becomes less available.  Securing your housing as far in advance as possible should be a priority.

COVID-19 FAQs

Why Students & Interns Love The Upper East Side.

New York City’s Upper East Side stretches from 59th Street up to 97th Street, with the East River and Central Park/Fifth Avenue as its boundaries. Living on the Upper East Side, you won’t be too far from anything. The 4/5/6 trains all run along Lexington Avenue and the Q train runs along 2nd Avenue, easily connecting residents to Downtown Manhattan. More info on the Upper East Side Here. Book today!  

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the communal bathrooms like?

Every floor has a large communal bathroom with semi-private or private showers, sinks and toilets.

Can I bring my pet / service animal?

For the safety of our staff and guests. .  Sadly, we have had to make the tough decision not to allow dogs and other pets on the property. Although we love animals, we ask that you please leave your pet at home during your visit.  This “No Pets” policy applies to:  All Pets, Emotional Support Animals, Comfort Animals, Therapy Animals

 

What is the overnight guest policy?

A guest (can be the opposite sex) may stay in the resident’s room a maximum of 4 nights within a 7-day period. The resident is required to fill out a Guest Pass Request Form and pay $10/night for a guest pass. Note: Residents in a shared room need written permission from their roommate at the time they give us the request form.

Is there a curfew?

Residents are free to come and go as they please and must always carry their 92nd St Residence ID Card and room key. Residents are required to show their ID to the Security Guards when entering the building.

Are bicycles allowed in the Residence?

Bicycles cannot be brought up to or stored in resident rooms.

Can I smoke in my room?

This  is a Smoke-Free facility. Smoking is prohibited in all areas of the building, including Residence rooms.

May I have cable service in my room?

All rooms are wired by the cable company Spectrum. Residents requiring service can contact Spectrum once they move in to set up an account; details are available in the 92nd Street Residence office.

Does the 92nd St Residence provide cooking and eating supplies?

There is a kitchen/dining area on each floor. Kitchens have major appliances; freezer, refrigerator, range top oven, microwave, sink, sponges and dish soap. You should bring your own cooking and eating utensils to be stored in your room.

What time is check-out?

Check out time is 12 noon of the day your Room Reservation Agreement indicates.

What time is check-in?

Check-in is 3 pm or later. If you need to arrive earlier, please call or email our office to discuss.

Are bed linens and towels provided? (Linens as pictured on the online tour and in the photo gallery are not provided)

Bed linen, pillow, blanket and bedspread are supplied. You should bring your own towels. (See page 4 of Residence Guide)

Is there a bathroom or sink in the room?

Every floor has a large communal bathroom with semi-private or private showers, sinks and toilets.

Are the rooms furnished?

Each room has one standard twin-size bed, a desk, chair, dresser and a closet which locks. Double rooms have two of each, except for small double rooms which only have one closet.

Do I have to pay for the entire month, if I’m staying for less than 30 days?

Our minimum stay requirement is 30 days. If you stay for less than 30 days the reservation will be booked for 30 days.

Am I required to pay a security deposit?

If you are not paying for your stay in full, yes, you will be required to pay a security deposit, of $500. This deposit is refundable after your departure, provided there are no damages to your room  property by the resident. Residents in good-standing may use their security deposit for their last month’s rent, provided there are no damages to the room or property.

Can I pay for my entire stay in full, in advance?

Yes, you can pay for your entire stay in full, in advance. Simply indicate this option on the application form.

How much will be for my reservation if it’s for 6 weeks? Example: Jan 1 to Feb 10.

Each month’s rent is calculated by the rate divided by the number days in the specific month, multiplied by the number of nights spent in each prorated month.
The above booking would be: Jan: $2,000 + Feb: $2,000÷28X9 nights=$643 Total $2,643 based on a single room rate. The formula applies to all prorated bookings, no matter the length of stay.