Transfer Housing Options
In addition to owning many residence halls, Northeastern leases space for its students in a number of privately held properties that are convenient to campus, primarily on Hemenway Street, Huntington Avenue, Columbus Avenue or St. Stephen Street.
Our leased-properties program is a significant part of our residential community. The full-time liaison between your building and the Department of Housing & Residential Life is the Leased Properties Residence Director (RD). This person's principal role is to assist in the smooth coordination of services to students living in these properties.
- Multiple bedrooms
- Shared bathrooms
- Some units have living areas
- 600 hundred students live in these areas.
- Personal air conditioners are not permitted in any leased property. Air conditioners may be available through facilities management at an additional cost. Contact housing for more information.
- Students living in leased properties do not have access to Northeastern University's Husky Cable TV or Internet services. Students wishing to access cable TV and Internet must do so through a local Internet service provider.
- There are no proctors or card-activated entry way
- Mail delivery is by The United States Postal Services, not by University Mail Services(ResMail.)