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Old 05-13-2013, 07:47 PM
 
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I'm moving to Columbia this fall to start a doctoral program at USC and I'm looking to live within 2 miles from the schools of medicine/public health, a quiet environment, and relatively new (remodeled) housing. I have settled for older units in the past but paper-thin walls and creaking floors are a tad much. Budget is about $700 and could do a studio or a one bedroom apartment. Any suggestions? I've looked on various websites but this is information isn't necessarily disclosed . Thank you so much!
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Old 05-13-2013, 08:00 PM
 
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The School of Medicine is on a separate campus about 5 miles from the main campus, which is where the School of Public Health is located. Which would you prefer to be closer? The School of Public Health is in a much livelier part of town so I would choose being closer to there.
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Old 05-14-2013, 01:26 PM
 
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I'm moving to Columbia this fall to start a doctoral program at USC and I'm looking to live within 2 miles from the schools of medicine/public health, a quiet environment, and relatively new (remodeled) housing. I have settled for older units in the past but paper-thin walls and creaking floors are a tad much. Budget is about $700 and could do a studio or a one bedroom apartment. Any suggestions? I've looked on various websites but this is information isn't necessarily disclosed . Thank you so much!
Shandon or Rosewood would probably suit you. These neighborhoods are pretty much equidistant to the Med. School and School of Public Health. Plus, you'd be very close to Columbia's dining and entertainment districts, 5 points and The Vista
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