Located on the east end of the campus, adjacent to Mitchell Hall, these wood-frame houses were constructed in 1989, providing co-educational housing to 144 students. The Townhouses were partially remodeled over the summer of 2006 to include new flooring in the kitchen and living room areas. Every apartment has three floors with three double bedrooms and three bathrooms, along with a common living room, full kitchen and a long term storage space. Each bedroom is on a different floor of the house and includes built-in closets and ample living space. The living room areas of the townhouses are provided with a couch, chair, love seat, end tables, kitchen table and chairs. The kitchen includes a stove, refrigerator, counter space, cupboards and storage spaces for the residents. This set up of the Townhouses creates a unique atmosphere of community and welcome, making them some of the most sought after residences by the upper-class students of Le Moyne College.