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525 Lexington

FOUND Study-Turtle Bay

525 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY


24-hour security and ID card entry Communal kitchen and dining area
Fitness center Game Room
Mail and package service Bathroom in room
Laundry in building Full size fridge and microwave in room
24 hour study lounge Air conditioning and heating in room
Classroom spaces Internet throughout building

Traditional Style Residence Hall

FOUND Study-Turtle Bay 35 story high-rise that is home to more than 150 MMC residents along with students from other colleges in the city. MMC Residents are on floor 7,8, and 9.  Each bedroom holds from 2-3 residents each, and is fully furnished with twin XL beds, desks, armoires/closets, and dressers, designed to maximize your living space. Beds come un-lofted and cannot be lofted, and once all roommates have arrived, furniture may be arranged to suit individual preferences. The bedrooms have a full refrigerator and a microwave for when you want to have a delicious home-cooked meal with your friends. There is a communal kitchen on the second floor of the building. The communal kitchen has 4 rooms that each have 2 ovens with a 4-burner stove top. There are 8 ovens with 4-burner stove tops total for students to use at any time!

FOUND Study Flyer

Close to… everything!

Located just 23 short blocks to MMC, FOUND Study-Turtle Bay Residence Hall is a quick walk to campus. You can also take a bus to and from school if you need a few more minutes to study. FOUND Study-Turtle Bay is just steps away from the 4/5/6/N/Q/R/E/M subway lines so the whole city is accessible with just an easy swipe of the MetroCard.

Tour FOUND Study-Turtle Bay

FOUND Study Double Video

FOUND Study Triple Video

Please note that MMC rooms at FOUND Study-Turtle Bay will have two dresser for each student. 




Residence Director

Taylor Ross, M.Ed.
Carson Hall, Room 500
(212) 774-0740