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Contemporary Living in Classic New York
Discover the exclusive Upper East Side in this recently renovated, eco-conscious highrise. Imagine living just a couple of blocks away from Central Park and the city's Museum Mile- a stretch along 5th Avenue that boasts nine of the city’s (and world's!) best museums. Need we say more?
Take a virtual tour of the newest residence available through EHS. 1760 Third Avenue is a 19-story high-rise, with newly renovated state-of-the-art everything! Located in Manhattan’s Upper East Side, students and interns staying here are steps from the subway, moments from central park, and are surround by great places to dine and shop. This is student living at it’s finest.
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Contemporary Accommodations with High-tech Perks.
All students and interns residing at 1760 Third Avenue have access to a wealth of versatile amenities. Stay fit by working out in our 3,500 square foot, on-site fitness facility; save time with our modern laundry room with washing machines that text you when your laundry is done; and mingle with your neighbors playing pool in our game room or catching a movie in the screening room downstairs. As the first choice residence for international students, you’ll also make friends from countries around the world.
Fully Furnished Rooms
As with all of our residences, your room at 1760 Third Avenue comes fully furnished with designer beds, desks, and wardrobes/dressers that maximize living space. Many of the rooms come equipped with private kitchenettes, and there are also two full-sized communal kitchens. Plus free high-speed Internet, TV with cable, refrigerator/microwave, and local phone service means from day one you’ll never miss a beat.
Whether you prefer a single, double, or triple room, your comfort is our priority. Every room has a private attached bathroom—something you won’t find in most college dorms—and downstairs you will have 24-hour access to computers and a quiet study lounge.
Culture, Cuisine, and Couture
Yorkville is one of the most coveted and established neighborhoods in Manhattan, and home to gorgeous architecture and unparalleled fine-art institutions. Check out Van Gogh, Monet and Picasso at the Metropolitan Museum of Art; view the exquisite collections at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Guggenheim and the Whitney Museum of American Art. In the old Carnegie mansion you’ll find the Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Design, and nearby you can discover 19th Century masters like Renoir and Rembrandt at the Frick. And don’t forget the Jewish Museum, the City of New York Museum, and the countless galleries you can explore.
Living here, you’ll also savor extraordinary affordable restaurants and specialty food shops on every block. After dinner catch a free concert in Central Park or meet up with friends in Carl Schurz Park to take in the view over the East River. If shopping is your thing, you find everything from discount stores to chic boutiques to the upscale designer shops that line Park, Fifth and Madison Avenues.
Fast, Easy Transportation
The 6 train is located just two short blocks away at 96th Street and Lexington, and you’re one stop away from the 4/5 express trains at 86th street. There are also numerous buses in the area including the M96, M98, M101, M102, and M103.
- 24-hour security
- Live-in Student Life staff
- Key-card entrance to residences and rooms
- Fully furnished rooms
- Air conditioning
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Bathroom in room
- Cable TV in room
- High-speed internet access in room
- Unlimited local and long-distance phone service
- Laundry facilities in building
- Communal kitchens
- Gym facilities
- Communal lounges
- Public computers
- ATM in building
- Vending machine in building
Available Room Styles
A double occupancy living space furnished with either captain’s beds with drawers or beds with dressers, desks, desk chairs and wardrobes or a closet. A bathroom and refrigerator are also provided within the room. All residences except Marymount also provide a television in each room.
A triple occupancy living space furnished with loft beds, desks, desk chairs and wardrobes or a closet. “Loft” style beds have desks underneath for efficient use of space. A bathroom and refrigerator are also provided within the room. All residences except Marymount also have a television.
A double occupancy living space furnished with a bathroom and captain’s beds with drawers, desks, desk chairs and wardrobes. This also includes a “kitchenette” with a refrigerator, microwave, a stovetop burner, sink and additional kitchen storage. All residences except Marymount also provide a television in each room.
A single-person living space furnished with a private bathroom and captain’s bed with drawers, desk, desk chair and wardrobe. This also includes a “kitchenette” with a refrigerator, microwave, a stovetop burner, sink and additional kitchen storage. All residences except Marymount also provide a television in each room.
A larger version of a single-person living space furnished with a captain’s bed with drawers or bed with a dresser, desk, desk chair and wardrobe or closet. A television, private bathroom, and refrigerator are also provided within the room (except Marymount).
A triple occupancy living space furnished with either captain’s beds with drawers or beds with dressers, desks, desk chairs and wardrobes or a closet. A bathroom and refrigerator are also provided within the room. All residences except Marymount also have a television.
A larger version of a double occupancy living space furnished with a bathroom and captain’s beds with drawers, desks, desk chairs and wardrobes. In addition, this room type also includes a “kitchenette” with a refrigerator, microwave, a stovetop burner, sink and additional storage under the counter for kitchen items. All residences except Marymount also provide a television in each room.
This area is full of amenities and things to do.
Get great Mexican food above 96th street, play a game of pick-up soccer nearby Central Park, visit one of the many museums along Museum Mile, or catch a lecture at the renowned 92nd Street Y.
There are several pharmacies banks and grocery stores just around the corner, and the area is also full of coffee shops, affordable restaurants, and shopping.
Public Transportation: 6 train, and the M96, M98, M101, M102, M103 buses.
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Recent Happenings & News
Working over 20 years with college students in New York I always see residents eager to meet people, make long lasting relationships and experience NYC to its fullest. With this in mind I’m sharing with you my top four tips to make off the best experience of living with us.
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Irina Ostrozhnyuk joined EHS in the summer of 2010, and since then she has been a tremendous asset to the team. She has an undergraduate degree in Physics with a minor in Math and Secondary Education from Adelphi University, and a Master’s Degree from Baruch in Higher Education Administration. Before joining the EHS, Irina was a Building Manager for Residential Life at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Irina’s hometown is Kiev, Ukraine, and she always has a smile for the residents!
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Margaret graduated from the University at Albany with a Bachelors of Arts in 2004 and a Masters of Arts in Africana Studies in 2012. She joined EHS in the Spring of 2013 as a Resident Director for the Marymount summer Residence. In the Fall of 2013, Margaret will co –supervise the RAs at the 1760 Third Ave residence. She prides herself in great customer service and community development in residence halls. Before joining EHS, Margaret worked as a Graduate Assistant for Residential Life where she supervised 8 paraprofessional staff members. In her spare time, she enjoys working out, reading, and eating out at new restaurants.