Leonard Hall, name East or West wing and student room #
150 Queen’s Crescent
Built in 1959, Leonard Hall is named after a local Kingston soldier and engineer, Reuben Wells Leonard (1860 – 1930). Leonard Hall houses over 300 students, and is divided into east and west, with a corridor in between. There are both all-male and mixed gender floors in this building. Want to see inside? Take our Virtual Tour!
- Please do not leave your vehicle unattended while dropping belongings. Cars left unattended will be towed to an outer campus parking lot.
- There is a 3-hour parking limit for all surface lots
Leonard Hall – BLUE ZONE
- From Highway 401, take exit #615 to Sir John A. MacDonald Boulevard
- Continue south on Sir John A. MacDonald Boulevard to Union Street
- Turn left on Union Street
- Continue on Union Street to Albert Street
- Turn right onto Albert Street
- Continue on Albert Street to Queen’s Crescent
- Turn right onto Queen’s Crescent
- Leonard Hall is at the corner of Collingwood Street and Queen’s Crescent
- Stop, drop belongings/student for check-in.
- Continue through Collingwood Street onto the second section of Queen’s Crescent towards Beverly Street
- Turn right onto Beverly Street.
- Continue north on Beverly Street to Union Street.
- Continue northbound, Beverly Street turns into Victoria Street.
- Continue up Victoria Street to Earl Street, turn right onto Earl.
- Drive down Earl Street to Frontenac Street, turn right onto Frontenac.
- Continue southbound on Frontenac until you get to Union, the entrance to the Tindall parking lot is across Union Street.
- Park your vehicle (3 hours MAXIMUM).