The building sits in Boston’s bustling Downtown Crossing neighborhood, amid marquee shopping destinations and historic theaters, with Chinatown’s eateries a short walk away. Nearby MBTA stations stand ready to connect you to the rest of the city. The residence hall features exercise rooms and on-site laundry facilities.
10 West earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Sustainability highlights in this residence hall include water and energy efficiency, low-emitting materials, and using more than 20 percent recycled materials in construction.
The suites house three to six students. There are two to four bedrooms and all of the students within a suite share a bathroom. Like the Miller Hall Suite, there is no shared living room. All suites open into a furnished common area. Residents are responsible for maintaining the bathroom, including providing supplies and cleaning the bathroom.
The apartments house two to eight students (typically sophomores). Each apartment has the same bedroom furniture as the residence halls. In addition, there is a fully furnished kitchen (table, chairs, refrigerator, electric stove, microwave, etc.) and living room. There is a bathroom—many with a bathtub—in each apartment.
A large open room, housing beds, living room furniture and a kitchen.
A traditional apartment for three or four people with single and/or double bedrooms. Some of the single bedrooms are smaller than a standard single and have 8 ½ foot walls (walls do not go floor to ceiling) and have sliding doors.
A two-story apartment housing a living room, kitchen, bedroom, and bathroom on the first floor and one or two bedrooms on the second floor. These apartments are for four to eight students.