62 Park St. | St. Lawrence University

62 Park St.

62 Park Street reopened as a residence in Fall of 2000. This cottage community houses over 40 students in single, double, and triple rooms. This residence is located on the corner of Lincoln Street and Park Street.

Walking distance from the Sullivan Student Center main entrance: 5 minutes 30 seconds

Popular with: People who like living close to the Owen D. Young Library, the Dana B. Torrey Health and Counseling Center, and theme housing. Also popular with those who enjoy the idea of living near or in a quiet study floor.

Amenities: An adjacent parking lot, kitchen, and newly-renovated first floor.

St. Lawrence History gurus say: The building was built in 1919 by SAE (Sigma Alpha Epsilon) and was used by the fraternity until 1973 when Sigma Pi moved in. In 1994, Sigma Chi started using the building, then part of the building was used partially for academic office space, and finally it was all converted into student housing in 2012.

ResLife says: “At this point of the semester, I have seen people skiing outside in between 62 and the OC and have seen a few people hanging out outside, but I think that will happen more when the weather is nice. I also feel like the rooms are a bit bigger than a normal size room!” Laura St. Andrews, Community Assistant, ‘14

Community Areas: 62 Park has a kitchen on the first floor for residents to use.

Bathrooms: 62 Park has four restrooms. All restrooms have showers, sinks, and bathroom stalls.

Laundry: 62 Park has one laundry room in the basement with two washers, two dryers, and a table for folding laundry.