What’s Not to Love About High-Rise Living?
Transplants to New York City are often struck by amazing access to the mouth-watering menus offered by so many varied restaurants, the sheer volume of people, and all the high-rise buildings that dot the Manhattan cityscape. If you’ve secured a summer internship and are moving to “the city that never sleeps” from somewhere else in the U.S., you’re in for a treat. And one of the best ways to adapt to the high-energy lifestyle of New York, is to land in the skyscraping student accommodations at 33 Beekman Street. So, what’s to love about high-rising living? Let’s break it down.
Views of the City
Not just views, but VIEWS. Sweeping, scenic panoramas of Lower Manhattan – during the day and night – when the city lights up like diamonds on velvet! You can watch the ferries navigating the East River — connecting Upper New York Bay to Long Island Sound, and take in at the compelling presence of the new World Trade Center. Some people say it’s like being in an island in the sky — and in fact there might be days when you wake up looking out the window to clouds that seem close enough to touch. If you’ve lived in one or two story-buildings most of your life, towering above it all will be a memorable first experience in itself!
Keeping It Clean
Everybody appreciates the take-it-away trash chutes in high-rise apartments. Garbage magically disappears eliminating the need for a late-night trips to an outdoor bin to toss dinner debris – just pop it in the chute! And if your next address is 33 Beekman Street, the maintenance staff is fastidious about cleaning everything — floors, walls and halls — to provide a pristine and comfortable environment. Oh, and with free laundry facilities you can wash and dry at will!
Roommate Respite and Anytime Exercise
Some high-rise buildings have multi-purpose rooms that offer respite from roommates, and at 33 Beekman Street, there are three of them – spacious lounges to give residents another gathering spot and change of space. The fitness facility is big enough to help you break a sweat. And while walking around town will make you fit without even trying, if you do feel like pumping iron at 10:00 p.m. or relieving stress on the treadmill at 5:00 a.m. – you can.
The Refuge of 24-Hour Security
Not only does 33 Beekman Street have a 24-hour residence-life staff on site, it also provides 24-hour uniformed security guards who patrol the grounds and all 34 floors. The room doors lock electronically and offer residents a continual sense of safety and well-being.
The Tallest Summer Intern Apartments in the World!
Make the most of your summer internship in New York City living in the amazing high-rise student apartments at 33 Beekman Street. A block away from this soaring 34-story building is the Fulton Street Station from which you can visit Battery Park, Southstreet Seaport, Times Square, Little Italy and Chinatown. Take advantage of the accommodations available now through intrnz.com!