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Spacious room and updated appliances. Nemirovsky has a great view of DTLA and windows have access to natural light. Only con is that the fire alarm will go off pretty often from malfunctions.
I liked living here, there is AC, spacious living, a kitchen, and laundry rooms. I would say don’t live on the second floor near the indoor courtyard because you dont really get kight in your room and if your window is open people can look in.
Good location, easy access to target and Trader Joe’s. Not too far from campus either, so it is very convenient to live here. The loft is small, but it works well for me because I’m mostly outside of my dorm throughout the week
Lived here my sophomore year. very hard to get this place but it makes sense why. super great place with AC, kitchen, living room, and a lot of study lounges.
If you can get this place as a sophomore, you are in for a great deal. AC, private bathrooms, kitchen, and basically an apartment is what you get. Not that social, but I like to live in a space where it is more quiet. Walls are thin though.
Modern and comes fully furnished. The smaller bedroom of the 2B4P has a huge closet space. The couch is really uncomfortable though. Amazing roof courtyards. You won't always get a study room when you want one but there are seating areas outside the hallway.
I live in a Double Room and the dorms are great! The kitchen and living room are splendid. I believe its the best housing. There are security downstairs and 2 laundry rooms in the 4th floor.
Nemirovsky has plenty of lounges, though it does tend to fill up during finals season. That said, it is very comfortable compared to other freshman dorms and I would highly recommend living there if possible.
Nemi is pretty nice. The rooms are good and there's more space than you think. The only downside is the lounges are impossible to find especially when it's midterm season. Location is nice obviously because it's in the Village, so it's a pretty solid option.
Pros- super convenient location, one of the larger Village dorms, lots of study rooms, newer building so little to no issues. Nice patio and RAs held lots of events.