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Every single person who works at Brittany hall and for NYU in general is rude and incompetent at their job. When I initially called NYU for housing, I was hung up on three different times by the same telephone worker. I was also told that I wouldn't be able to move in until a week after I was origin...
Brittany is gorgeous! Being halfway between Wash and Union, it’s super convenient. The soundproofing on the windows is great, and there’s nothing not to love about high ceilings, white walls, and hardwood floors. I’ve never had an issue with temperature or lighting. Highly recommend this adorable re...
I was hoping to stay in a two-person room, and I was actually assigned to a two-person room in a five-person suite. This caused the room to become noisy very easily. The soundproofing of the dormitory is also not very good. But if you have a good roommate, Brittany hall will become very cozy. It is ...
I LOVED brittany (i am slightly bias since i lived in a 3 person room with just one other roommate bc covid) but it was so nice everything seemed clean and new! The location is great location just a few blocks from washington square and union square. High recommend to freshman (especially if you’re ...
Living in Brittany was the beginning to an amazing first year of college. I met all my best friends in this building and it was a gorgeous room.
It’s regarded as one of the best dorms and deserves that rating. Although living with 4 others with one bathroom can be a challenge, Brittany excels in every other field. It’s equidistant between campus and union square. There’s Third North or Weinstein minutes away for dining. It’s right on broadwa...
Lived in Lafayette after Brittany and yearned for Brittany so much. Lived on the 16th floor so had an AMAZING view, lived in a triple but the way the furniture was set up made our room feel way bigger so take some time w that. Elevators weren't as slow as I expected, location amazing, nicely renovat...
Pros: Awesome common area and recreation room. My room was quite big, especially since our room had handicapped accommodations. My closet was basically a walk-in closet. I also really liked the location: not too close to campus, but not too far away - close to both Union Square and school! Near to m...
Common area is great and there are tons of activities. I was in a triple/double lower-cost suite, where I was in the triple. My room was also absolutely HUGE, even shared with 2 other girls (who I grew to become very close with). Because it was lower cost, our suitemates had to actually walk throug...
Nice dorm especially if you get a corner room cuz they big af. Bathroom water pressure sucked ass and i think its lowkey haunted but 10/10 even though no dining hall.