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Julia Saliba

Palladium Hall

Address: 140 E. 14th St., New York, NY 10003

Cost per semester: $8,061-$10,714

Low cost: Not Available

Rooms available: Singles, Doubles

Nearby subways: N, Q, R, 4, 5, 6

NYU Shuttles: Route C, Route E, Route F

Closest dining hall: Palladium

Walk to campus: 15 minutes to Washington Square Park

Exploration floors: Science and Tech

Amenities: Gym, dining hall, study lounges


Palladium Hall is an upperclassmen dorm located near Union Square Park. Lower levels host athletic facilities, including a swimming pool, basketball court and weight room. Palladium’s food court is considered the best dining hall on campus — offering freshly made sushi, pizza and rotating international cuisine among other options. The over-the-top Sunday brunch always draws a line which slinks down the staircase.

“Palladium is definitely one of the better dorms,” Steinhardt junior Katie Westerlund said, as a former resident and current gym employee. “It’s kind of plain, but when you decorate it and pick a room higher up, the view is lovely.”

Most dorms are four-person, two bedroom suites with shared kitchen, bathroom and common areas — there are some one bedroom studios for Stern MBA students.

“My favorite place to hang out is the third floor,” LS sophomore Antonio Kieschnick said. “Sometimes my friends and I will go together to do laundry and stay to hang out in the game room.”

Westerlund warns of the nearby fire station.

“If you are a light sleeper, don’t face out toward 13th Street,” he said. “A firehouse is right there and fire truck sirens are a common lullaby at night time.

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