Nothing compares to life in NYC. It's colorful, fast-paced, and never dull.
You can choose to live in our space at the brand-new FOUND Study - Midtown East residence hall, or strike out on your own to find a place that fits your individual needs.
FOUND Study - Midtown East
LIM has two dedicated floors at the brand-new FOUND Study in Midtown East.
This modern student residence is in the heart of Manhattan at Lexington Ave. and 51st St. -- a quick walk from both of our academic buildings and steps from multiple subway and bus lines.
Renovated in 2022, FOUND Study features double rooms w/private bathrooms, a fitness center, rooftop lounge (coming May 2023), 24hr security, laundry room, communal kitchen and dining room, as well as numerous co-living amenities.
LIM will occupy two floors with standard double rooms, deluxe doubles, and limited single rooms.
All rooms will include:
- One microwave
- One refrigerator
- One closet
Rooms also include one set of furniture per resident, including:
- Twin XL bed and mattress 2-drawer dresser
- Desk chair
Deluxe double rooms include a kitchenette, which includes a refrigerator and microwave as well as a sink and electric cooktop.
Address: 569 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10022
- 24-hour security, including staffing and turnstile/keycard access
- 24-hour on-site maintenance
- Large and small classrooms and study space
- Library and computer stations with printing area
- Communal kitchen and dining area
- Movie screening/lounge area
- Storage lockers and bike storage
- Automated package alert system and mail/package room
- 24/7 fitness center
- Rooftop lounge (coming May 2023)
- Events and programming for all FOUND residents and specific programming and support for LIM students
- Live-in professional and student staff
New and returning students can apply using the housing application on Slate. The application is coming soon. Please submit the application and the $725 housing deposit to complete your application.
Deadlines and Waitlist
May 1: Priority deadline for new and continuing students
May 16: Students notified if approved for a spot or if they are offered a position on the waitlist.
May 2 - June 15: Application remains open, and spots approved as received or added to the waitlist (if student would like to be)
June 13: Secondary wave of assignments communicated Assign students as space available and send a confirmation email to those assigned on June 13 Students presented option to stay on waitlist or be refunded and released
June 14 and later: Consider feasibility of continuing to take applications based on current demand and waitlist
Late July: Room assignments and roommates shared with students via email
Mid-August: Communicate with waitlist about their status, provide option to withdraw from waitlist
Double Room - Bed and Sink
Double Room - Desk
Other Housing Options
If FOUND Study - Midtown East doesn't offer the kind of accommodations and lifestyle you're looking for, here are some resources to help find the place you'll call home.
(The links and information on this page are for informational purposes only. LIM College does not have a relationship with/endorse any entity listed here.)
Student Housing Not Affiliated with LIM
These are options in NYC that are not affiliated with LIM but provide housing specifically for college students.
These are websites that may be helpful in finding off campus apartments in the NYC area.
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