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For sophomores wanting to stay on southfield and in a single, Furnald is the one for you. For incoming freshmen who want AC, probably a single, a kitchen, and dark academia vibes, Furnald awaits.

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If you spent all of high school daydreaming about living in a beautiful brownstone, put 627 W 115th Street at the top of your housing wishlist.

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Are you looking for a cozy apartment that gives you that adult aesthetic but is still close enough to campus that you can wake up 15 minutes before your 10:10? Then welcome to Watt!

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Suite-seeking seniors rejoice! If you’d rather have a dishwasher than AC, Hogan might just be for you!

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 Calling all sophomores craving a sense of independence away from campus and private bathrooms.

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New York’s hottest club is 121, Barnard’s hot spot for living AC-free in the elusive five-person suite.

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