AMENITIES & FEATURES
- Graduate Commons Program
- Non-smoking property
- Sustainable Community Leaders Program
- Elevator(s) in building
- Accessible units available
- Some furnished studios available
- Furnished suites available
- Bicycle storage
- Laundry room
- Exercise room
- Common room
- Study room
- Wireless Internet service
- Kitchens include electric stove, microwave oven, dishwasher, disposal, and refrigerator
- Central air conditioning
- Forced hot air heat
- Smoke detectors
- Most units have carpet and cork flooring; some have vinyl flooring
- Heat, hot and cold water, sewer, and electricity included in the rent
Note: There are no ceiling lights in the living/bedroom area of studio apartments or in living rooms and bedrooms in one-bedroom efficiencies and two-bedroom convertibles in this property. We recommend that you bring lamps to light these rooms.
There are some furnished studio apartments at this property. There are also furnished suites, with individual bedroom/bathroom areas and a shared common space.View a list of Harvard University Housing furnished units for details and to see what furniture is included.
View the Harvard @ Trilogy Welcome Information.
View the Longwood Medical Area (LMA) Shuttle Information.
Harvard University Housing does not manage any parking facilities. Parking for residents is available, for an additional fee, in the basement garage. For information and an application form, please call 617-236-5558, or go to the parking-site office located on P-1 of the garage. Garage parking policies are strictly enforced and any vehicle illegally parked will be towed at the owner’s expense.
To inquire about the availability and cost of on-campus parking in the Harvard Longwood Campus, please call 617-432-1111.
Please visit the City of Boston Parking website to learn about resident and visitor parking restrictions.
Harvard University Housing's furnished apartments do not include linens, dishes, pots/pans, or cutlery. Furnishings differ by unit size and type. Please view our list of furnished units for more information.
Harvard University Housing is dedicated to continually fostering a community of sustainability by improving the efficiency of its buildings and providing residents with the tools and resources to reduce energy and conserve resources.