Housing approacheth. And, unless you’re on top of it, it’s probably coming up sooner than you think. Bwog’s got you covered; we’ll be rolling out two housing reviews per day until no residence hall is left un-reviewed. Prepare to get (even more) excited: this year, we’re reviewing Barnard residence halls, too. Reviews for all! Today’s residence hall is… Hogan!
Location:566 W. 114th St. (though it shares an entrance with Broadway)
Nearby dorms: Broadway, Carman, Ruggles, all them brownstones, and it’s not too far from McBain and Watt.
Shops and stores: Super close to Lerner and Butler, across the streets from Amir’s, Havana, and International. It’s a great spot since it’s close to campus but has access to the wonderful world of Broadway.
Cost: $9,076/year (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 kitchen in every suite–dishwasher and all–that comes with lots 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: Seventh floor laundry room.
Computers/ Printers: Computer lab on third floor, shared with Broadway.
Intra-transportation: Single elevator is often commandeered by maintenance staff, but there are only 7 floors so you’ll be fine on the stairs.
Hardwood/ Carpet: No carpet in rooms.
Four- or five-person suites with singles that range from kinda big (~116 ft) to palace-sized (~149 ft). There’s one random 6-person suite on the seventh floor. There are no doubles in Hogan. We repeat: no doubles.
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.
This dorm is seniors only. You’ll need under ~1300 for a shot at this. Last year’s final 5 person suite went at 30/1257
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.
“It’s nice having suite-style living with friends but being all in singles.”
“I didn’t like the aesthetics of EC, the distance and coldness. It’s like a prison! Hogan is way warmer.”
“I just, like, so love it.”
“I love the wood floors and high ceilings.”
“Lack of heating control makes it really hot and uncomfortable sometimes.”
“Every time we play our music loud, the RA comes. So it’s not conducive to partying, though we hear parties on other floors so…”
“The laundry room is kinda small.”
trust me, it’s nice.
makes you want to cry so beautiful.
the guard was shy
shower is in another room
close to international can't possibly go wrong there
ho ho hogan
housing reviews 2014
only one elevator so you're going to get really fit on those stairs