Sulzberger Hall

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Sulzberger Tower
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Address 3009 Broadway
Population 124
Barnard Residential Life and Housing

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Sulzberger Tower or Sulzberger Hall is a Barnard residence hall on The Quad. It was built in 1986-1989 and designed by James Stewart Polshek's firm.[1] Its completion allowed Barnard to house all of its students on campus.[2]

Originally named Centennial Hall, it was renamed in memory of Iphigene Ochs Sulzberger, an alumna and trustee, in 1991.

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Facilities

Each floor has two large "suites," which share a kitchen. There is one common access bathroom per floor.

Only rising-Seniors may select the singles during Room Selection (anyone may select into the 2 doubles per floor).

Accessibility

Entrance is wheelchair accessible and elevators stop at all floors.

Floor plans

Floor plans are available at http://barnard.edu/reslife/floorplans/Tower.pdf.

Advantages

Disadvantages

References

  1. AIA Guide to NYC, 2010, p. 502
  2. http://beatl.barnard.columbia.edu/barnard/timelines/bc1963.htm

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Building address

3009 Broadway New York, NY 10027

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