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Juniors and seniors who want their own space, this one’s for you: Watt offers beautiful apartment-style studio singles, studio doubles, and one- or two-bedroom apartments. And all in a prime location!

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Watt’s up with Watt? Other than being an all-around beautiful and conveniently-located building, Watt also offers students nice, apartment-style living with an off-campus feel. Read on for more deets. Location: 549 W. 113th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam Nearby dorms: Right across from McBain & the brownstones (Symposium, Greek row, etc.) Stores and restaurants: Symposium, literally anything on […]

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