Harmony Hall is the newest addition to Columbia University’s undergraduate housing, acquired in the Spring of 2009. Its location on 110th Street, between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenue, makes it a great choice for students who wish to live off-campus. The rooms boast brand new furniture, a fresh coat of paint, electronic locks on all of the doors and flat-screen televisions in all of the lounges. The street address is 544 W. 110th Street.
There are 8 floors in Harmony Hall, with between 8-12 rooms of varying sizes per floor. The setup of Harmony is similar to River Hall, in that the rooms are arranged in a corridor-style setup. The mezzanine has a coed bathroom, while floors 5 and 6 have 1 men's bathroom, 1 women's bathroom, and a coed bathroom. All other floors have separate men's and women's bathrooms.
The rooms are mostly singles, with three double rooms on the second floor and one on both the mezzanine and first level. Each floor has a kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator, sink, and stove, and a common area with a flat-screen television attached to the kitchen. There is a laundry room in the basement, 2 printing stations in the main lobby of the building and a gym on the second floor. There is also bicycle storage in the basement.
RP Rooms: M01/2, 305, 505, 705
During 2009-2010 Room Selection, which was the first year that Harmony Hall was involved in the process, a mix of sophomores, juniors and a few seniors selected the building.