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Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

New York University's independent student newspaper, established in 1973.

Washington Square News

A front entrance with the text “Electric Lady Studios” written in a retro white font on two reflective walls.
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The exterior of the Morton Williams Supermarket, with a prominent red lettering that reads Morton Williams at the top of the building and the phrase The Fresh Marketplace beneath it.
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Best NYU Dorm Views

What the headline says.
Best+NYU+Dorm+Views

Living in the heart of New York City is a privilege that few have, and NYU dorm residents are within those few. From waking up to a view of the Empire State Building to studying facing the One World Trade Center, residents can feel like characters in their favorite movies enjoying the beauty of the cityscape from different NYU dorms.

NYU Weinstein Dorm View
Weinstein faces charming brick wall buildings in the Washington Mews and University Place.
NYU Senior House Dorm Views
Several apartments in Senior House have an Instagram-worthy view of the Empire State Building.
NYU Carlyle Court
Carlyle Court has a privileged view and Union Square is right across the street.
NYU Brittany Hall
When the sky is clear, Brittany Hall’s penthouse common area has a spectacular view of the One World Trade Center.
NYU Lipton Hall
Lipton Hall has a picturesque view of the west side of Washington Square Park.

Email Alejandra Arevalo at [email protected]. A version of this article appeared in the Thursday, Feb. 20 print edition. Read more from Washington Square News’ “Housing Guide 2020.”

About the Contributor
Alejandra Arevalo, Deputy Under the Arch Editor
Alejandra is a CAS junior double-majoring in Journalism and Sociology with a minor in Integrated Digital Media. She is a trained visual artist in several media, including sculpture and embroidery, but photography is her favorite. She was born and raised in Lima, Peru but now spends her days between college in New York, home in L.A. and traveling around the world. Follow her adventures on Instagram @travel.ale.
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