Please first communicate your desired move-in and lease start date to the Office of Faculty Housing. This information will then be forwarded to Cushman & Wakefield on your behalf.
Once your dates are finalized, please contact Michael Broderick at Cushman & Wakefield to schedule a lease signing appointment (email@example.com; 646.997.9988). More often than not, incoming tenants schedule this appointment for the morning of their move-in date.
Your lease signing will take place in Cushman & Wakefield's office located in 2 Washington Square Village, #1-O (across from the lobby entrance to 2 Washington Square Village). Keys are released to you on your lease start date.
We require that move-ins occur Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm. To remain considerate of current residents, we do not allow any exceptions to this policy. Below are moving companies that have been recommended by other faculty members and have current insurance certificates on file with NYU:
If you do not use one of the above companies, then prior to moving in, a certificate of moving insurance must be supplied to Cushman & Wakefield by your moving company:
Elevators must also be reserved in advance of your move. To reserve and elevator, please contact the Client Services Center:
Upon signing your lease, you will be required to provide two (2) separate payments:
Both payments must be made payable to New York University. For your convenience, Cushman & Wakefield accepts personal checks, money orders, and certified bank checks (they do not accept credit cards or cash payments).
A completed IRS Form W-9 is also required so we can keep your security deposit in a trust account while you are a resident. It is strongly recommended that you type into the form as illegible handwriting will lead to complications with your deposit.
NYU allows pets in its residential buildings. A pet deposit of $500 is required at lease signing and may be returned to you upon move out if no pet damage has occurred. Please review your lease for the full terms and conditions of pet ownership.
The Washington Square Village Playground ("Key Park") is open to residents of NYU rental housing and community members in the Washington Square neighborhood. The playground key application must be submitted to Cushman & Wakefield at lease signing. The Playground is for children aged 2 to 12 and proof of age is required. A $15 fee is also assessed per key.
NYU strongly recommends that all residents have renters insurance.
NYU's group insurance program allows you to receive quotes from three of the nation's most respected insurance carriers. As an employee of NYU, you are automatically eligible to apply for policies with special discounts.
In order to set up an electricity account, please contact Con Edison:
ConEd may list your apartment under a different spelling. Please see the move-in checklist (page 4) for details.
Silver Towers Residents Only: Please do not contact Con Edison. Electricity service will be automatically added to your rent bill as electricity at Silver Towers is provided centrally to the building.
The companies that service the buildings are:
Time Warner Cable:
Washington Square Village
Daily or monthly tenant parking is generally available in the parking garage located in the center of the Washington Square Village complex. Monthly parking spots are charged at a reduced rate for NYU affiliates. Please contact Central Parking for further details at 212.253.9061.
Monthly tenant parking is generally available for Silver Towers residents in the parking garage located in the basement of the building. Please give your information to Cushman & Wakefield at lease signing.
The Mews is currently at capacity for parking. If you are new resident at the Mews, please give your information to Cushman & Wakefield to be added to the waiting list.
To request university housing, faculty members must contact their dean. The Faculty Housing Office does not process any requests directly from faculty members. Only deans may submit a housing request, provided the faculty member qualifies for housing. Unfortunately, not all requests will be approved. Please be advised that housing resources are extremely limited and are primarily reserved for full-time tenured and tenure line faculty. Housing is also intended only as a primary residence.
For a detailed description of the University's housing policies and goals, please review the Provost's Statement of Policy on Faculty Housing. This policy describes the University's explicit priorities for new housing assignments, established to best utilize our limited housing resources.