The Art Institute of New York City offers residence hall living in Brooklyn Heights. This program provides traditional residence hall units at 67 Livingston, Brooklyn, New York 11201.
Located just a couple stops from lower Manhattan, 67 Livingston is within short walking distance to restaurants, shops, and other exciting attractions that New York City has to offer.
Located in the Brooklyn Heights area of Brooklyn, NY, The Art Institute of New York City student housing offers students comfortable college living with accommodations in suites with private bathrooms and a kitchen. 67 Livingston also offers numerous amenities including a fitness center, a lounge with a patio on the 25th floor, computer center, tanning facilities, and more. There are a number of restaurants, shops, and services within a one-block radius of the facility including McDonald's, pizza restaurants, Chipotle, Barnes & Noble Booksellers, a movie theatre, Burger King, IHOP, Starbucks Coffee, Arby’s, and a shuttle bus to IKEA. Student housing offers a safe and secure environment with a 24-hour locked building, 24-hour security desk, concierge service, professional live-in staff and nightly security patrol.
• Fully furnished
• Live-in Student Life staff
• Wireless high-speed internet
• 32-inch flat screen television
• Kitchen in most units
• Full bathroom in each unit
• Roof top lounge with sundeck
• Fitness facility
• Private outdoor courtyard
• Laundry room
• Individual air conditioning and self-controlling heat
• Computer lab on first floor
• 24-hour security
New students should apply as soon as possible and will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until all spaces are filled. The reservation fee is $400. The $400 reservation fee will be applied to the first quarter housing charges. The $400 reservation fee is only refundable if the student cancels 30 days prior to check-in. Space is limited. Please see Tavis Young, Director of Residence Life & Housing, for a housing application or to obtain additional information.
Tavis Young | Director of Residence Life & Housing | 212.625.6350 | firstname.lastname@example.org