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About Broome Street

Broome Street is located directly between New York City's historic Little Italy and trendy SoHo neighborhoods. Broome Street has been home to NYU's upperclass Residential College for sophomores, juniors, and seniors since 2007.  This living-learning community prides itself with a Faculty Fellow in Residence, two Faculty Affiliates connected to streams, a strong student-led BEAST Hall Council, and nine graduate and undergraduate Resident Assistants. 

Accessibility at Broome Street

Building Accessibility

This hall has an accessible entrance located on Broome St between Cleveland Place and Centre Market Place. Accommodations in this building include:

  • Single studios
  • Single bedrooms
  • Low occupancy suites
  • Air conditioning
  • Suites without carpet
  • Wheelchair and mobility-related modified suites
  • Access to kitchens

For more information about accessible housing, including information on other types of accommodations available and those that are available in any building, please visit the Moses Center for Student Accessibility and find other information on Accessible Housing.

Location Accessibility

This hall is located approximately 0.8 miles (1.3 km) from Washington Square Park. The closest NYU Shuttle stop is at Broadway and Broome St, served by the Route B Shuttle. The closest dining location is the Marketplace at Kimmel, located on Washington Square South between Thompson St and LaGuardia Place.

Note: NYU is currently engaged in a comprehensive review to enhance accessibility throughout its residence halls. The information listed above is subject to change and updates as the project progresses.

Residence Hall Professional Staff

Broome RHD

Devin Budhram

Residence Hall Director
Phone: 212-995-3936
Emaildb174@nyu.edu

 

Broome RHAD

Sara Hessdorf

Residence Hall
Resource Manager
Phone: 212-995-3937
Emailsh7237@nyu.edu

 

Broome RHAD

J. Joseph Jang

Residence Hall
Assistant Director
Phone: 212-995-3935
Email: jhj249@nyu.edu

Broome FFIR

Leo Douglas

Faculty Fellow in Residence

Liberal Studies