Hogan Hall

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Hogan Hall

Hogan Hall is primarily a dormitory of Columbia University reserved for fourth-year undergraduate students (seniors). The dorm is popular for its suite configurations as well as its central location. Built in 1898 as a nursing home, the building was converted to graduate student housing in 1977. It was converted into an undergraduate residence in 1994, then renovated in 2000 with the completion of a new entrance connecting it to Broadway Hall, designed by Robert A. M. Stern. Located at the corner of 114th Street and Broadway in the Manhattan neighborhood of Morningside Heights, the building is named for former New York District Attorney Frank Hogan.

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Coordinates: 40°48′23.17″N 73°57′52.47″W / 40.8064361°N 73.9645750°W / 40.8064361; -73.9645750