Street East allows you to search for rentals all across New York City. It also provides helpful blog posts about living in the city, things to do, where to eat, etc!
Join our Beyond Boston Housing Facebook Page! Are you travelling Beyond Boston for your next co-op and looking for housing resources? Join the Northeastern Beyond Boston Housing Facebook Group! This group is for all students who will be traveling to … Continue reading
This classic 1920s hotel, located in the heart of scenic Brooklyn Heights, in located one subway stop from Manhattan. The St. George (double bedrooms), once a destination for celebrities and athletes, now houses more than 800 students and interns from … Continue reading
Located in the heart of the world famous Herald Square neighborhood, the New Yorker is surrounded by New York City landmarks including Macy’s, Madison Square Garden, Penn Station, and the Broadway Theater District. Enjoy the amazing shopping, restaurants, sites and … Continue reading
Co-op Connections works with EHS to provide students with NY Northeastern University Leased Housing in Brooklyn Heights and Midtown Manhattan. Although Co-op Connections has a limited number of bed spaces in these two locations, co-op students can contact EHS on … Continue reading
92Y is a Residence home for students, interns, and young professionals. 92Y provides views from top floor rooms, large closets, a clean, quiet and safe place to live. What makes this residence unique is that you’ll have access to 92Y’s concerts, … Continue reading
This option is for female students only. No overnight male guests allowed. Student have their own single bedroom and share bathroom with others on the floor. Rates cost $305 per week and include maid service, two meals a day, and … Continue reading
Corporate and Furnished Housing “HomeSuite is an online marketplace that removes the guesswork and hassle from finding short-term furnished housing. If you are visiting family, traveling for work, remodeling your home, or just making a transition to a new city, … Continue reading
Apartments.com is a national online resource for individuals looking for an apartment whether it is down the street or across the country. To simplify the process of finding a new place to live, Apartments.com offers renters one of the most … Continue reading
“Zumper is used by millions of renters every year to find houses, condos or apartments for rent. Our inventory is updated in real-time so you’ll always see new rentals on Zumper first. It doesn’t matter if you want to move … Continue reading
Located at 212 East 12th Street just off of Third Avenue, these brownstone apartments are in the heart of Manhattan’s thriving East Village within steps of dining, entertainment, shopping, and public transportation.
Roommates.com is a roommate finder and roommate search service which covers thousands of cities nationwide. Free Photo Profile Free 2-Way Matching Free Power Roommate Search Free to Contact Potential Roommates
“RENTCafé is your one-stop shop for finding a great new home or apartment. All in one place – all online. Search our ILS to view detailed information about available rentals, including large photo displays, floor plans, and amenities. Once you’ve found what you’re … Continue reading
“A rental or apartment search can be an exciting and stressful time. Whether you’re moving for a new job opportunity, to be closer to friends and family, apartment hunting near a university or military base or merely to trade up in your … Continue reading
“Apartment Guide is the most trusted rental resource that connects apartment consumers to their ideal place to live. With an unmatched search capability, amplified by constantly refined tools and industry insights, Apartment Guide provides consumers with a clear and simple … Continue reading
Search for apartments, read renter questions, view rental data and trends, and obtain valuable relocation resources for all 50 states! This website even connects you to real estate agents and housing experts! This resource is also available as an app … Continue reading
Looking for a sublet Beyond Boston?? Click on the applicable region of the world map to search for apartments, furnished rentals, short term stays (1 mo – 1 yr) and more rentals in Canada, the United States, Mexico, Central America, the … Continue reading
Off Campus websites for colleges and universities in New York City can be a great resource for co-op students who want to learn about different neighborhoods preferred by college students, average apartment rentals, roommate finders, and short term leases.
Looking for housing for your co-op? NYC Intern may be able to help! NYC Intern offers furnished apartments and residence style rooms to interns living in the city for a semester or a summer. Contact at: NYCIntern@tkc.edu.
All schedules are subject to change without notice. Please check www.nyc.gov/dot or dial 311 for updates. For periods of reduced visibility or severe weather the schedule may be adjusted. Travel time is approximately 25 minutes. During rush hour trips the … Continue reading
The New York City Bike Map is an annual free publication of DOT. Over 365,000 maps will be available from NYC bicycle shops, NYC Parks Recreation Centers, libraries and schools in all five boroughs. You can also order your free … Continue reading
NY.com features a section on NYC transportation. Travel and Transportation Guide, New York City MTA New York City Transit is one of the most extensive and complex public transportation systems in the world. With 24-hour-a-day bus and subway service throughout … Continue reading
Find information regarding New York City area airports and other transportation such as the PATH train and AirTrain. Click here for more information.
Your resources for schedules, fares, maps, and transportation in New York City. This site has access to NYC subways and buses, the Long Island Rail Road (L.I.R.R.), the Metro North Rail Road, all NYC Bridges and Tunnels, and the MTA … Continue reading
Click here for more information about bike rentals and bike tours in your co-op city!
Public Storage is a company that offers moving help, month-to-month storage, truck rentals, and packing materials. Click here for the website
The Central Park Conservancy, a private, nonprofit organization, was formed in 1980 by a group of concerned citizens determined to improve Central Park. Today, we manage Central Park under a contract with the City of New York. Over its 160-year … Continue reading
Information about the Bronx Zoo, the Central Park Zoo, the New York Aquarium, the Prospect Park Zoo, and the Queens Zoo. Click here to view website.
NYC.com lists every museum in NY with links. Use this resource to find the right museum to visit! Click here to view website.
ThingsToDo.com has created an enormous list of Things to Do in NYC, with corresponding links! Never be bored in NYC again! Click here to view website.
“Meetup.com brings people together in thousands of cities to do more of what they want to do in life. It is organized around one simple idea: when we get together and do the things that matter to us, we’re at … Continue reading
The New York Public Library has been an essential provider of free books, information, ideas, and education for all New Yorkers for more than 100 years. Founded in 1895, NYPL is the nation’s largest public library system, featuring a unique … Continue reading
Brooklynheightsblog is the brainchild of Homer Fink, known for his irreverent blog The Fink File. Feeling the pangs of “civic duty” he decided to fill a gap in the blog world (“Feh with that ‘blogosphere’ word,” he says) by compiling … Continue reading
The New York Times is an American daily newspaper, founded and continuously published in New York City since September 18, 1851, by The New York Times Company. The paper’s print version has the second-largest circulation, behind The Wall Street Journal, and the … Continue reading
The Official Website of the City of New York. This website features all New York City offices, clerks, and resources. Click here to view website.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25TH, 2017
6:30 – 8:30PM
232 W 48TH ST., NEW YORK, NY 10036
Join Co-op Connections, fellow NYC Co-ops & Alumni for an evening of fun, great conversation & delicious food! This event is a wonderful way for our Northeastern community to come together, network and have some fun.
This event is FREE for co-op students,
but registration is required!
Hi! My name is Lara. I am a senior Business student concentrating in Finance & Entrepreneurship. In Boston, I am a member of the E-club and organized the Husky Startup Challenge last semester. I am currently on my second co-op, working at a … Continue reading
Hi, my name is Mitko; I am 22. I am originally from Bulgaria. At Northeastern, I study Computer Science and Theatre. Currently, I am a Software Engineer and Business Co-op at a wealth management company called Vanare. I love seeing … Continue reading