Live in beautiful New York City apartments in some of the City’s safest neighborhoods.
Find Your Home in the City
The city never sleeps—but students still have to. King’s provides access to incredible apartments in some of the best buildings and safest neighborhoods in New York City. Student Development staff help students with move-in, picking roommates, and getting settled into their new home in New York City.
Apartment living brings students together in a spirit of love and respect, while challenging each other to excel. Well after graduation, alumni still rely upon the bonds of friendship formed in residence life at King’s.
Students who opt to live on campus are placed in apartments based on roommate surveys and their House affiliation. On-campus housing is available for students 27 years old and younger.
DeVos Hall is located downtown in the Financial District, only a five-minute walk from campus. The nearby Jubilee Market, Fulton Street Market, and Duane Reade allow students easy access to groceries and other necessities. Besides its convenient location to the College, the building is steps away from Trinity Church Wall Street, Zuccotti Park, and the 9/11 Memorial.
Full-time security services
Refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher
Includes desks, chairs, beds, dressers
Open-air community courtyard
The City Point Residence is located in Downtown Brooklyn, only a fifteen-minute train ride from campus. The building’s professional atmosphere reflects its residents, largely business people. Residents have access to City Point’s rooftop deck, fitness center, and community room. The City Point Residence is across the street from City Point Market which includes Target, Trader Joe’s, DeKalb Market Food Hall, a movie theater, and other shops. It is also minutes away from the Brooklyn Tabernacle and other popular churches.
Full-time security and concierge services
Laundry facilities in each apartment
Refrigerator, stove, dishwasher
Includes couches/loveseats, desks, chairs, beds, dressers
Bluetooth speakers installed in each apartment
What to Bring
You can find a suggested packing checklist on page 4 of the New Student Guide.
The Student Handbook provides decorating guidelines and lists items that students should leave at home (for example, our leases prohibit candles, and fish tanks must not hold more than two gallons of water).