• Union Street Center

    Indiana University-BloomingtonBloomington, IN

  • Overall Dorm Grade

    • A
      Location on Campus
    • A
      Dorm Common Areas
    • B
      Proximity to Dining
    • A
      Independent Study Space
    • A
      Room Size
    • A
      Wifi Connectivity

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  • About Union Street Center

    Union Street Center features fully furnished apartments. Features air-conditioning, elevator, washer and dryer in unit, Xfinity via coax and Wi-Fi and an on-site Union Street Market.

    Gender: Coed
    Residents: Undergraduate Student

    Amenities at Union Street Center

    • Cable
    • Dining Hall
    • Elevator
    • Air Conditioning
    • WiFi
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    Resident Reviews of Union Street Center

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    • Freshman  |  September 23
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      I absolutely love living in Union. I have plenty of space for all my personal belongings and having a private bathroom is great. My roommate is awesome and we get along well! I love getting to meet new people everyday as I explore IU. I also love that Union is right across the street from some restaurants like Pizza X, Subway, and Jimmy Johns.

    • Freshman  |  February 5
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    • Sophomore  |  April 1
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      I lived here my second semester freshman year after I lived in Foster Quad and had mold in my room. Union Street at the time was mostly upperclassmen, so it was very quiet and not super friendly. The apartment itself was very nice, my roommate and I were placed with two other girls and we all had our own bedrooms that locked. It has a nice central area in the middle with a kitchenette, as well as a washer and drier, and two bathrooms. The furniture is decent, and the bedrooms were much larger than the typical dorm room. Overall, it was a nice place to live, the downside was that you can’t have your doors open and meet people easily so it’s not as social.

    • Freshman  |  April 1
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    • Freshman  |  April 2
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      I really enjoyed living in an apartment but I felt like I missed out on the college dorm experience. We never really met people on our floor and the people above were extremely loud at night.

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