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Environmental Summer Housing

Stay with us during the Summer International Environmental Law Institute!

Located on the Pace Law campus in White Plains, Dannat Hall offers single person rooms with double beds at $325/week (wireless internet and access to laundry machines included). Simply take the Metro North train from White Plains to Grand Central Terminal to attend Summer Environmental Institute classes. Students staying in Dannat should budget for train fare to Grand Central Terminal via Metro North.

As we offer summer housing in Dannat Hall on a first-come,first-served basis, please be sure to reserve your space before April 1st by contacting the Office of Residential Life.

*Please note that there is also a refundable $100.00 security deposit. Housing payments are accepted in the form of credit card, check, or cash by submitting the payment directly to the Bursar's Office. Housing payments are due at least two weeks prior to arrival.

*During summer 2014, a new elevator will be added to Dannat Hall and the old elevator will not be working. Therefore, please let us know if you are unable to use the stairs so that we may provide you with a first floor room if possible. We cannot guarantee that a first floor room will be available. Early application recommended.

For more information on Dannat Hall and to access the residence hall rules and Guide to Community Living, please click here.


If you would like to stay in New York City during the Summer Environmental Law Institute, here are some other options for you to explore:*

  • The Markle Evangeline Residence
    • Residence for professional women, 18-50
    • Greenwich Village
    • Private bathroom, wireless internet, 2 meals/day, housecleaning each week
    • 3 month booking required
  • Sarah’s Homestay
    • Homestay with Host Family or Person
      • Furnished single room (or double by request), Wi-Fi by request, self-serve light breakfasts, dinner plan for a fee
      • Rates vary – see website
    • Student Residence
      • Upper West Side
      • 30 day minimum booking required
      • Wi-Fi, bedding, cooking area, laundry facilities, single/double rooms, refrigerator, A/C, private bathroom available for fee
      • $401/week
    • Studio Apartments
      • Murray Hill
      • 30 day minimum booking required
      • Fully furnished, kitchenette, microwave, cable, DVD, Wi-Fi, A/C, linens, trundle bed
      • $2,500-2750/month
  • International House
    • A residential area specifically for foreign students and professionals
    • Monthly rates starting at $884
    • Wireless internet, wide variety of programs, free or subsidized, PC Lab with printers and scanner, A/C (optional), Global network of friends and contacts, Fitness center, Heat and electricity, Furnished room, Scholarship opportunities, Cross-cultural leadership training
  • Air BnB
    • Rent nightly or weekly residences from private individuals through this web service
    • Prices and amenities vary
  • Roomarama
    • Similar to Air BnB
    • Prices and amenities vary
    • Search for hostels in New York City
    • Prices and amenities vary
  • 92/Y Residence
    • Monthly housing for students and interns at the 92nd street Y
    • Starting at $1,350/month
    • Minimum stay of 30 days
    • Access to concerts, classes, etc.; access to a health club; Choice of single or double rooms with individual climate control; Shared, single-sex bathrooms; Fully equipped kitchen/dining rooms with flat screen TVs on each floor (w/cable); Laundry rooms located throughout the residence; 24-hour security; Free maid and bed linen service; Free Wi-Fi; Access to 92YCafe
  • Webster Housing
    • A residence in midtown Manhattan for working women, college interns and working college students
    • $85/day
    • Bed, dresser, desk, bookcase, chair, sink, clothes closet and telephone. Bath areas with individual showers and toilets are located on each floor. Storage space and laundry facilities are also provided.
    • Internet available for a fee

*Please note that Pace Law School and the Summer International Environmental Law Institute do not endorse or have connections with any of the residences listed here except for Dannat Hall. These are listed only for your convenience, and you should perform independent research on housing options.

To learn what to expect from the New York area in the summer, please click here.