New York City
Pace offers a variety of residential halls within a five-block radius of our buzzing campus and we’ll help you find the right housing option to suit your interests. Residence Life in NYC is a reflection of the city itself–dynamic, diverse, unique. Our residential program is designed to create a supportive environment for students to live, learn, and achieve academic success.
Live and learn in the main tower on the New York City Campus. Housing approximately 500 first-year Pace students, Maria’s Tower comprises floors 7 through 16 of One Pace Plaza.
33 Beekman is Pace University’s newest residential offering, located just one block south of One Pace Plaza in the heart of Lower Manhattan, and housing primarily upper-level students. At 34 stories, 33 Beekman is the tallest residence hall in the world and boasts sweeping views of NYC.
Just a five-minute walk to campus and close to our 55 John Street and 33 Beekman residences, this building is a fantastic addition to our 2,200 student campus in the heart of downtown.
Westchester Residence Halls
Pace offers five residence halls on our Westchester Campus, from classic residence halls to suite style living to townhouses. We work hard to make living at our Westchester Campus as safe and comfortable as possible, while being engaging and fun. Our residential program is designed to create a supportive environment for students to live and learn.
Centrally located in the heart of campus, Alumni Hall is a four-story residence hall that houses 527 students in semi-suites.
Pace’s newest residence, Elm Hall, is a modern, sustainable, and dynamic living and learning community.
Martin Hall houses 200 upper level students who enjoy a close community of friends. Martin Hall residential students are housed in single, double, and triple rooms. Martin Hall is also home to the student-run, late-night cafe, The Pace Perk.
North Hall houses 200 upper-level students who enjoy a close community of friends. Similar in design to Martin, North Hall also offers single, double, and triple rooms. Fun Fact: Back in the '70s and '80s, when the New York Giants used Pace's facilities for training camp, players would stay in North Hall.