Eugene O'Neill's home is on Bay State Road in Boston, Massachusetts. In 1951 the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Eugene moved into this building, then called the Hotel Sheraton, after being stricken with cerebellar cortical atrophy, which had prevented him from writing for the past several years. It was here, in room 401, on November 27, 1953 that he died. He would win his fourth Pulitzer, posthumously, in 1957 for Long Day's Journey Into Night. The building would be bought by Boston University in 1954 and later called Shelton Hall. In 2013 the building was rededicated as Kilachand Hall and now houses the Kilachand Honors College. A plaque outside the front entrance honors the history of the building.