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Valerie Fadul

Valerie Fadul - Real Estate Agent

Moroti Realty

#1 in High Bridge , #1 in Columbia University , #2 in Bronx, NY , #2 in Washington Heights , #2 in University Heights

Darren Praderio

Darren Praderio - Real Estate Agent

QuietSky Homes

#1 in University of West Alabama

Ronald  Rosario

Ronald Rosario - Real Estate Agent

Bond New York

#1 in CUNY City College , #2 in The New School , #2 in Upper West Side , #3 in Fashion Institute of Technology , #3 in Columbia University

Ivie Clifford

Ivie Clifford - Real Estate Agent

Spire Group

#4 in Columbia University , #8 in Pace University New York , #16 in Fashion Institute of Technology , #20 in Chelsea , #29 in Soho

 
 

Information About the Area from our Experts


 
Restaurants

Restaurants

Darren Praderio - Real Estate Agent

In the Morningside Heights area of New York where Columbia University is located, there are many good restaurants. For pizza, students love Koronet Pizza, which sells the biggest slices of pizza fathomable. One slice is more than enough! For seafood, Mediterranean, or fine-dining, Vareli has the most delicious fancy entrees, and is the perfect spot for a date night. For those veggie-loving hipsters, there is Maoz Vegetarian, which is inexpensive and healthy, and popular with Columbia students. There are many fast food places nearby too, like Falafel on Broadway, McDonald’s, Mama’s Fried Chicken, Popeye’s, and more. Columbia has many on-campus options, though, if you want to stay nearby. There are deli shops, cafes, the dining hall, a c-store, gourmet-style food, Taiwanese, smoothies, coffee shops, and more, all within a few minute walk.

 
 
Economy and Jobs

Economy and Jobs

Darren Praderio - Real Estate Agent

NYC is known for its giant economy. Even for college-aged students and recent grads, this is a great place to find work and thrive. In December 2012, the unemployment rate was 8.8%, which is slightly higher than the nation’s average. For graduates of an Ivy League college like Columbia, job prospects are good for most fields. Columbia offers its share of Work Study jobs, as well as many other on-campus jobs. The Columbia Center for Career Education has a LionSHARE website to help students find jobs, as well as career fairs, workshops, and lectures.

 
 

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Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 1 Bed $600 116Th/Broadway, New York, NY February 7th
thumbnail 2 Bed $7,000 Riverside Dr/112Th, New York, NY February 7th
0 - 2 Bed $2,995 - $6,795 West 113Th Street, New York, NY February 7th
1 Bed $3,300 Riverside Dr/E 110, New York, NY February 7th
thumbnail 3 Bed $3,695 W 122Nd Street, New York, NY June 18th
thumbnail 2 Bed $6,599 610 W 110Th Street, New York, NY February 8th
thumbnail 0 Bed $13,500 1018 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY February 9th
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,675 W. 109Th Street/Broadway, New York, NY February 7th
thumbnail 2 Bed $2,850 505 W 122Rd, New York, NY February 7th
2 Bed $4,995 Morningside Ave., New York, NY February 7th
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
One $2,500
Three $1,000
Studio - Three $1
Two $2,375
Two $2,007
Two $1,250
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