Nearby dorms: Broadway, Ruggles, Carman. Hogan shares an entrance with the Broadway residence hall, which the hip kids have taken to calling “Brogan.”
Stores and restaurants: Close to Lerner and Butler, across the street from Amir’s, Havana, International. One of the best locations on campus, with Milano and Lerner each located a block away.
$8,324 (same as EC, Ruggles, Watt, Woodbridge)
Bathrooms: One normal-sized bathroom per suite.
AC/Heating: No AC, but some rooms have two windows for an extra breeze.
Kitchen/Lounge: Large kitchens that come with a lot of storage space (plenty of cabinets but too few drawers). Each suite has a large lounge as well. Only some lounges have closets, but all bedroom hallways have closets.
Laundry: Laundry room is always free empty! Seventh floor.
Computers/Printers: Shared computer lab with the Broadway dorm; on third floor.
Gym: No gym.
Intra-transportation: Single elevator is often commandeered by maintenance staff, but there’s only 7 floors so you’ll be fine on the stairs.
Four- or five-person suites that are comprised of only huge (120-150 sq. ft.) singles(!). There’s one random six-person suite on the 7th floor.
Each suite comes with one kitchen, one bathroom, and a spacious lounge.
Some rooms have two windows, but if you face Broadway, be prepared for noise.
All seniors. All suites likely to be gone by the first day of Suite Selection. Often said to be the most desirable place to live as a senior.
Need at least 30/1500. 30/1000 to feel safe.
We assume you’re an all-senior group. Groups of four have the most options: if you can’t get EC townhouses, this (and Ruggles) will likely be your fallback; some will prefer Hogan for its spaciousness and proximity to Broadway. If you are in a five-person group, see what’s available on your day of Suite Selection. Good EC Highrises should be your fallback, and of course, Senior Regroup is always an option.
“The rooms are small, but clean. The worst part: the bathrooms are disgusting. Imagine the bathroom from 8 mile.”
“Everything you could ever want in a dorm.”
“A little run down but it’s being renovated slowly floor by floor.”
“LOTS of storage space: I have 4 drawers, 4 shelves, one closet, three shelf-sized cabinets, and four massive cabinets near the ceiling. Even more storage space than Carman rooms.”
“Perfect for throwing classy parties.”
“Very quiet building, very hands-off RAs.”
“100% seniors who are too busy writing theses to throw obnoxious parties.”
“Old building (pre-1900) tends to have mice.”
“Delivery people know where the building is, no questions asked.”