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Polytech Apartments

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Polytech Apartments
Luxurious living spaces on the corner of 15th and Congress
Luxurious living spaces on the corner of 15th and Congress There is ample parking for students behind Polytech The view from the back of Polytech of the capital region's forests A gym is located in the building free of charge for students
  • About Polytech
  • Polytechnic Residence Commons is apartment housing option available to students since Fall 2009. Located on the corner of 15th and Congress Streets in Troy, the complex offers studio, as well as three or four bedroom apartment options.
  • Room Options
  • Studio
  • Three bedroom
  • Four bedroom
  • Student staff
  • Polytech's current student staff can be found here.
  • Accomodations
  • The apartments are equipped with one or two bathrooms, depending on the size. The rooms are fully-furnished with full sized beds, and feature granite countertops, and brand new Whirlpool appliances. Each three- and four-person apartment also has a kitchen table with chairs, a small couch, a coffee table, and TV stand.
  • Studio apartments have a kitchen table with chairs, two soft chairs, and TV stand.Each unit includes cable TV and high-speed internet access in the bedrooms and livingroom.
  • Living in Polytech
  • Polytechnic Residential Commons is the ideal location between two amazing food locals in Troy: The Cookie Factory and Muza. Polytech offers juniors, seniors, and co-terminal students with the option of apartment-style living, where each resident has a private bedroom and has to share a bathroom with up to one other resident. If you want the chance merge living in an apartment with the resources that Residential Education offers, this is the location for you!
  • Other amenities include a media room with 120" projection HDTV, a fitness center stocked with LifeFitness machines and free weights, located on the main floor downstairs. There are also laundry facilities and a vending area.
  • Location
  • Polytech is easily available on the corner of 15th and Congress, with a great deal of parking space. In addition, CDTA route #86 (RPI Shuttle) stops on Congress Street.
  • Fun Fact
  • Polytech has a terrific view along with some great hiking behind it - if you're up for it, you should give the scenery a try!

Last modified: Mar 13, 2017