Lansdowne Place

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Lansdowne Place houses 200 sophomore, junior, and senior students in 2-and 4-person apartments.

Lansdowne Place was constructed in 1990 as a condominium building.  It is a six story building in Downtown Westfield only 2.1 miles from the main campus.  Westfield State University began housing students in the building in the 2010 Fall semester and took over full occupancy of the building in the 2011 Fall semester.

Lansdowne is made up of 2- and 4-person apartments.  The 2-person apartments have a fully furnished double bedroom and fully furnished common area.  There is also a kitchen and private bathroom.  The 4-person apartments have a fully furnished double and triple bedroom and fully furnished common area.  There is also a kitchen and two bathrooms.

Lansdowne is near a number of locations that students can use their Owl Bucks at including Stop & Shop, Subway, Dominos, and Dunkin Donuts.

Room Sizes
  • Double- 11' 4" X 9' 5"

  • Premium Double - 16' 6" X 15' 8"

  • Air conditioning

  • Jacuzzi tubs in some bathrooms

  • Vending machines large outdoor patio for student programming

  • laundry facilities

  • on-site parking

Costs (per semester)
  • 4 Person Premium Doube - $4,590
  • 5 Person Double - $4,112.50
  • 5 Person Triple - $4112.50
  • No Meal Plan Required

Michael Brett
Michael Brett, B.A

Meet the Assistant Residence Director

Michael Brett, BA

Apartment 203 located on the 2nd floor
(413) 875-5943


  • B.A., Ethnic and Gender Studies and Communications, Westfield State University

Originally from Hanson, MA, Mike came to Westfield State University in 2011 to begin his undergraduate career. During that time, he worked as a Resident Assistant for three years and an Orientation Leader for two. In May 2015, he graduated from Westfield with a Bachelor’s Degree in Ethnic and Gender Studies and Communication with a concentration in Communication and Culture. Mike has worked at Berklee College of Music as a Summer Program Assistant Residence Director for the summer programs that stay in the residence halls. From 2015-2017, he was the Special Projects Manager for Staff Development where he coordinated staff trainings and selection processes. The 2017/2018 academic year will be his first in Lansdowne.

When not working, Mike enjoys going hiking, trying new restaurants, gaming, working out, and catching up on his Netflix queue! 

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