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- Desk and chair
- Internet connection
- Phone access
- 1237 West is only a block from DePaul's campus and offers apartment living for all students-undergraduate and graduate. This six-floor building offers one- to four-bedroom apartments that offer private bathrooms, a living room, kitchen, and coat rack. The building is decorated in a contemporary style, and offers everything from flat-screen televisions, ping-pong, and a Wii in the lobby for the residents. The door is guarded by a 24-hour security team. Guest policy is more relaxed compared to the University standards. For students looking to live comfortably in a safe environment off campus, 1237 west is a great option.
- University Center of Chicago houses students from DePaul's Loop Campus, Colombia College, and Roosevelt University. It offers dorm-style or apartment-style living, in addition to a food court, workout room, and rooftop garden.
- Vincent and Louise House is across the street from the Lincoln Park Student Center and provides 10 service-dedicated students with a community-living option. These students dedicate a year to community service and commit to simple-living habits.
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Lofts, microwaves, refrigerators