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Foy Townhouses

The Foy Townhouses are located across from the Dyson Center and were built in 1982. They accommodate 216 sophomore students in three buildings overlooking the Hudson River. Each of the three buildings is divided into seven three-story townhouses with living, dining, and lounging areas, as well as terraces overlooking the Hudson. Each town house has space for 10-13 students.

Residents in this living arrangement have a shared laundry room for all three blocks of houses between Upper New Townhouses H and I blocks. Each block has an RA, and the entire community has one RD in charge.

Photo of Foy Townhouses Foy Townhouses quick facts:

  • Five double occupancy bedrooms, a living room, dining area, kitchen, and three bathrooms
  • Units are completely furnished, including curtains
  • Balcony overlooking the Hudson River in every apartment
  • Common laundry room available to residents
  • Residents are responsible for their own cooking, as well as the cleaning of the apartment
  • The minimum dining plan that students in Foy can choose is the Apartment 30 Meals + $350 Thrifty Cash
  • Two full-sized refrigerators supplied by the College
  • One microwave permitted in kitchen area (700 watt maximum)
  • One refrigerator allowed in bedroom (3.6 cubic feet maximum)
  • Dry residence facility with no alcohol permitted
  • Smoke-free residence area

Also Available

Townhouses C-1 and B-7

  • Houses 13 students
  • Five double occupancy bedrooms, one triple occupancy bedroom, a living room, dining area, kitchen, and four bathrooms
  • These apartments are handicapped-accessible



Photo of a room in Foy Townhouses Photo of living room in Foy Townhouses Photo of kitchen in Foy Townhouses



Resident Director Jordan Kerr x4355 Upper New Townhouse H1
Resident Assistant Office   x4355 Upper New Townhouse H1



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