About Greenwich Hall
Greenwich Residence Hall is situated in the attractive West Village area close to the Hudson River and Park. This welcoming and inclusive community houses approximately 320 residents, has seven Resident Assistants, two Faculty Fellows-in-Residence, and is home to the "NYC in the 60's" Explorations Floor. The community is enriched by an eclectic mix of residents with varied backgrounds, academic programs, ideas and interests. The student population is comprised primarily of returning undergraduate sophomores, transfer and international students, though some undergraduate juniors and seniors also choose to live in Greenwich Hall. The building is an air-conditioned apartment-style residence hall with bath, kitchen, and dining area in each unit. Among our facilities we have a newly renovated lower lounge with a study room, practice rooms, dance room, pool table, and television. This hall also features an active hall government which advocates for residents while planning great events throughout the year. Residents are encouraged to get involved in the Greenwich community, whether running for a position on hall government, being a floor representative, or attending one of the many programs.
Accessibility at Greenwich Hall
This hall has an accessible entrance located on Greenwich St. and Barrow St. Accommodations in this building include:
- Single bedrooms
- Air conditioning
- Suites without carpet
- 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.
This hall is located approximately 0.5 miles (0.8 km) from Washington Square Park. The closest NYU Shuttle stop is at the building entrance on Greenwich St and Morton St, served by the Route G Shuttle. The closest dining location is NYU Eats at Lipton, located on Washington Square West and West Washington 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
Faculty Fellow in Residence