620 W 116th St
Designed in the Beaux Arts style by Schwartz & Gross and built in 1906 as the "Porter Arms" apartment building.
|Location||620 West 116th Street (at the corner of Riverside Drive)|
|Population||A mix of upperclass students, primarily Seniors|
|Room Layout||Singles and double rooms in 4-, 5-, 6-, and 7-person suites (floor plans)|
|Furniture||Bed (XL Twin), desk, chair, dressers, and either a freestanding wardrobe or closet|
|Security||24-hour access attendant at the front desk (phone number)|
|Internet||Wireless internet access|
|Cable||Students may arrange cable TV service with Spectrum Cable for a fee|
|Bathrooms||Each suite has its own bathroom|
|Kitchens||Each suite has a kitchen with a sink, gas stove, refrigerator, and cabinet space.
Students may bring a microwave for use in the kitchen. For a list of kitchen appliances are not permissible, please visit Prohibited Items.
|Laundry||Located in the basement (more info)|
|Mail & Packages||All students receive mail & packages at the Student Mail Room in Altschul|
|Accessibility||Entrance is wheelchair accessible through the front door; elevators stop at all floors. However, Suites 1A, 1B, and 1C have steps leading to them and are not wheelchair accessible.|
|AC||620 does not have air-conditioning. Neither window nor portable ACs are permitted. Info about heating & cooling|
Note: Smoking is not permitted in any Barnard residence hall.
Check which Laundry Machines are available
Floor Plans (PDF)
Note: Room size, layout, and furniture configuration may vary. Unfortunately we cannot provide photos of specific rooms.