Morewood Gardens-Housing Services - Carnegie Mellon University

Morewood Gardens

Morewood Gardens is located on Morewood Avenue and is the largest residence hall in university housing. Once a gracious apartment complex for wealthy Pittsburghers, this building now provides a variety of accommodations for Carnegie Mellon students.

This building consists of prime single, prime double, prime triple and standard single rooms and is single gender by room/bathroom. There are two student lounges on each floor, a TV/recreation room (with vending machines), quiet study lounge, computer cluster and two sound proof piano modules on the first floor. There are kitchens in B Tower on the 2nd, 4th and 6th floors as well as laundry rooms at the lower level at each end of the building. It is also the home for The Underground dining facility.

The Facility Coordinator for Morewood Gardens is Tom Brooks.


RESIDENCE TYPE
Residence hall
ROOM TYPES
Prime single
Prime double
Prime triple
Standard single
BUILDING CAPACITY
  451 residents
DEMOGRAPHICS
Mostly upper-class students
Some first-year students
Male
Female


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