Medgar Evers College Housing

Medgar Evers housing for students of this Brooklyn senior college is entirely off-campus. A part of the City University of New York system, with four schools offering either or both baccalaureate and associate degrees—The School of Business; The School of Professional and Community Development; The School of Liberal Arts and Education; and The School of Science, Health and Technology—as well as a number of non-degree, continuing education programs, Medgar Evers College has some 7,000 undergraduate student enrolled during any given year.

 

Medgar Evers Off Campus Housing

Medgar Evers off campus housing, then, especially in apartments close by the college's one-acre campus located in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, is, no surprise, in high demand. If you're looking for an apartment in Brooklyn, either in Crown Heights itself, or in nearby communities of Prospect Heights, Bedford Stuvesant, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, the place to start is on websites such as Urban Edge.

Whether you're seeking off campus housing in a studio or one-bedroom for a single resident, or a share situation, in which a pair of roommates co-sign a lease or sub-lease on a one- or two-bedroom apartment, Urban Edge has listings in communities throughout Brooklyn. Best of all, for those looking for housing near Medgar Evers College, Urban Edge only has listings for no-fee NYC rental apartments, offered directly by the building's owner, and so will save you thousands of dollars by not paying a feee to a broker.    

 

Living Near Medgar Evers College

Medgar Evers housing in the immediate area has much to recommend itself, including a close proximity to Brooklyn's spectacular Prospect Park, with its 585-acres of playing fields, playgrounds, sunny lawns (including the 90-acre Long Meadow) for picnicking and relaxing, an (under renovation) ice skating rink, Brooklyn's only lake, New York City's only dog beach, and the great gathering place at the Prospect Park Bandshell, which is home to a great series of free concerts all summer long.

The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, the Brooklyn Museum, and the landmark Brooklyn Public Library near Grand Army Plaza are all also right nearby, as well as any number of good, inexpensive places to eat and gather along Eastern Parkway, the area's main commercial thoroughfare. But even if you're seeking housing father away from campus, New York City's excellent subway system makes any neighborhood that serviced by the 2, 3, 4, or 5 trains reasonably convenient to the school, which has stations for all of those lines within easy walking distance. 

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