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Want to live in an authentic NYC brownstone close to campus? Look no further than 627 W 115th St!

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Want lots of amenities, modern infrastructure, and to be close to campus? Don’t mind living in a corridor-style dorm? Move to Schapiro!

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Quaint and quiet Harmony Hall is perfect for the junior who just wants a single.

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If you want a single near campus, Hewitt may be the option for you!

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Are you a rising junior looking for a single? Is it way too late for you to find a suite group? Elliott Hall may be the place for you!

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Can’t really go wrong with any of the 600s tbh.

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You, too, could spend multiple hours staring out your massive window, watching the blue sky and busting quad, feeling the AC on your skin. This is peace.

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