Enrich your LIM College experience by living on campus in the heart of New York City. Located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, our residence hall is steps away from restaurants and shopping, the Museum Mile and Central Park, city transportation and more.
Come home from your day at LIM College to student rooms equipped with the essentials you need to enjoy living in New York City.
- Double and triple occupancy rooms
- Furnished with a desk, two sets of drawers and a stand-alone wardrobe closet
- Private bathroom
- Internal room temperature control
- Flat-screen TV and more than 100 digital cable stations
- Refrigerator / freezer and microwave
- Landline phone with free local and long distance telephone service including voicemail
- Individual connection to high-speed Internet service
Offering the ultimate in urban campus living, this 19-story tower houses 1,100 students, including approximately 377 LIM College students.
- 24/7 front desk security and live-in LIM College staff
- State-of-the-art kitchen facility
- Wi-Fi access
- Laundry facilities
- Game room with pool table, air hockey and video arcade games
- Fully-equipped, state-of-the-art fitness center
- Public lounges and study spaces
- LIM College computer lab with free black-and-white printing
Share your college experience and build lifelong friendships in the student residence. The residence hall offers community and private spaces to make your transition into college easier.
To be eligible for housing, you must be enrolled in a LIM College program. Contact us for more information.
Office of Housing & Residence Life
(212) 752-1530 ext. 330
Are you an incoming student? Join your peers in the state-of-the-art luxury residence hall for LIM College students. With private and community spaces, student housing offers the perfect opportunity to connect with classmates outside the classroom.
LIM College does not offer assistance in securing off-campus housing, nor endorse any entity. The resources provided on this webpage may provide helpful information for individuals desiring to secure housing independently of the College.