ICC Student Housing Options in NYC and California

The International Culinary Center is more than just a cooking school — it’s a place where you can immerse yourself in a once-in-a-lifetime culinary experience. For many of our students, ICC becomes a second home, where you can connect with people who share your passion and work with expert chef-instructors from around the world. Our student housing options in NYC and California provide an affordable way for students to get the full ICC experience while exploring some of the country’s most exciting culinary destinations.

Student Housing in New York

A quick 20 minute commute by subway to International Culinary Center in Soho, student housing is offered at the New Yorker, located on the corner of 8th Avenue and 34th Street, through Educational Housing Services. The New Yorker offers single rooms and boasts amenities including:

  • 24-Hour Main Entry Security Desk & Surveillance
  • AC, Heat & Basic Utilities
  • ATM in Building
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Fitness Center
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Hydration Station
  • Key-Card Entry to Building & Room
  • Laundry Facilities in Building
  • Mail & Package Services
  • Premium TV Cable Channels
  • Private Bathroom
  • Professional Live-In Staff
  • Public iPads
  • Refrigerator, Small-Size
  • Standard Student Furniture
  • Study Rooms
  • Unlimited National Phone Service
  • Vending Machines
  • Wireless Internet



The New Yorker offers housing that’s perfect for career students looking for short-term accommodations. Single room amenities include the following:

  • Twin-Size bed
  • Two under-bed dresser units
  • Desk with chair
  • Private bathroom
  • Closet
  • Flat-screen TV with premium cable channels
  • Small refrigerator

ICC’s New York campus in Soho is minutes from unique eateries, charming streets and trendy shops. New York’s Soho neighborhood is full of character and exemplifies the authentic New York City experience. Many of Soho's hottest restaurants are owned by ICC alumni The ICC campus is just minutes away from some of New York’s most famous restaurants and bakeries (many owned by ICC alumni), including Dominique Ansel Bakery (Dominique Ansel, ICC Advisory Board member), Balthhazar (Rebecca Banks, ICC grad), Ed’s Lobster Bar (Ed McFarland, ICC grad), Gato (Bobby Flay, ICC grad) and Momofuku Milk Bar (Christina Tosi, ICC grad). The historic neighborhoods and cuisine of Chinatown and Little Italy are also within easy walking distance.

Student Housing in California

Students enrolled at ICC’s Campbell, California, campus in Silicon Valley can take advantage of our student housing options at the Avalon Campbell apartment complex. In addition to being located just minutes away from the ICC campus, Avalon Campbell is close to downtown Campbell and the vibrant local farmer’s market. Avalon Campbell offers the following amenities:

  • Controlled-access, gated entrance
  • Fitness center
  • Olympic-sized swimming pool with sundeck
  • Barbeque area with picnic tables and gas grills
  • Free WiFi in common areas
  • Outdoor lounge with fire pit
  • Hot tub
  • Complimentary package acceptance service

ICC maintains multiple apartments at Avalon Campbell. The small apartments (two bedroom/two bath) house up to three students, with the large apartments (three bedroom/three bath) accommodating up to five. Each room boasts impressive amenities, including:

  • Fully-equipped kitchen (refrigerator, stove/oven, dishwasher, microwave)
  • Extra-long twin beds with mattresses
  • In-unit washer and dryer
  • Desk and chair
  • Closet, dresser and shared closet for extra storage
  • Suite-style bathrooms with shower, toilet, vanity and cabinets
  • Private balcony or patio
  • Central heating and air conditioning
  • TV/cable in common room

Student housing in California: Avalon Campbell apartment complex Just two miles from the ICC campus, Avalon Campbell is also located near some of Silicon Valley’s hottest culinary destinations and attractions. San Francisco, voted “Best Culinary Destination” by Saveur magazine readers in 2014, is less than an hour’s drive from the Campbell neighborhood, and is famous for its adventurous cuisine, creative chefs and legendary farmer’s markets. ICC student housing in California is close to many attractions The beaches and mountain trails of Santa Cruz are also just a short drive away, as are Lake Vasona (great for picnics and jogging) and Monterey Bay (the perfect place to spot marine life). Just two hours south of the school is the Big Sur coastline, famous for its hiking, beaches, camping, spas and restaurants. No matter which campus you attend, the International Culinary Center delivers an immersive culinary experience. To learn more about ICC student housing in California or New York, please fill out the form on this page.