About San Francisco Student Housing
SFSH is a student housing building in Lower Nob Hill located just blocks from downtown with easy access to the city’s top universities. We offer the most competitive rates for off-campus housing through a mixture of furnished doubles, triples and quads, as well as apartment-style units called garden cottages.
Our building caters to students across the academic spectrum. Medical students from University of San Francisco cook next to Zoology majors from San Francisco State University; City College coders work tables away from Blush School of Makeup freshman; School of Digital Filmmaking seniors collaborate with musicians from Pyramind.
SFSH is part of the Music City San Francisco Project, a unique network of musician’s services designed to foster creativity and create support within the community while paying homage to San Francisco’s rich musical history. This is a one of a kind mixed-use space in the heart of San Francisco already housing and servicing musicians through its affordable living quarters and music rehearsal studios. Construction is now underway for music education services, a live performance space, café and bar, music history museum and more. Rudy Colombini’s dream to honor the musical history of The City while offering a space to unite and educate musicians of the present and future is coming alive at Music City San Francisco.
A message from owner Rudy Colombini
I was born and raised in San Francisco and I’ve seen the city change a thousand times over, but never before has it been so difficult for students and those in the arts to make ends meet.
San Francisco Student Housing is my answer to the housing conundrum. It’s more than just an affordable place to stay. The design and ambiance of San Francisco Student Housing is based on the Summer of Love, an iconic and creative time in San Francisco. My goal is to go beyond the traditional student housing experience and give residents a unique home that is firmly connected to the soul of the city. The city will continue to change. I want to make sure that students can always have a place to live and collaborate in San Francisco.
~ Rudy Colombini, Owner, USF Alumni
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We welcome you to visit us and see what life is like in the building and the surrounding area. Find out why students think we are of the coolest and most affordable places in the city!
San Francisco Student Housing
875 Post Street
San Francisco, 94109
MUNI Bus: Several bus lines stop nearby:
2 – Clement
3 – Jackson
19 – Polk
27 – Bryant
38 – Geary
38R – Geary Rapid
47 – Van Ness
49 – Mission
Also, the Academy of Art bus stops right in front of the building.
BART: Exit at the Civic Center/UN Plaza station, then walk north about 10 minutes and go right on Post St. We’re the second building on the right, #875. More BART information here.
Any Single Room Occupancy?
All rooms at SFSHousing are shared; minimum number of people is a Double.
What is a Deluxe Room?
A Deluxe Room has a private bathroom inside.
Can I pick my roommates?
Pairing. The SFSHousing does not pair nor match people; everything is first come, first serve.
Is the neighborhood safe?
Yes, just be aware of your surroundings (like with any big city.)
Is there parking?
No parking available. Muni Bus stop at front door.
Can I bring my bike?
Yes, bike rack on premises.
Is there Laundry?
There are 3 Laundromats within a block of SFSH.
Is there an application fee?
Yes, the fee is $15
How do I make a reservation?
In order to make a reservation, your application must be approved and the move-in costs (including application processing fee) need to be received in advance.
I’m not currently enrolled. Can I still apply?
How old do I have to be to live at SFSHousing?
18 years or older.
How do I pay my rent?
Autopayments required – EFT with a US bank account (free), Credit Cards (fee).
I’m an international student with no guarantor. Can I still apply?
Two cards are needed on file.
When are your move in hours?
Our move in hours are Mon. through Sat., 1-5pm. We are closed on Sundays
What’s provided in the kitchen?
The kitchen is communal and has pots and pans available for use.
What can I bring?
Two large bags.
Are Meal Plans provided?
What kitchen utensils should I bring?
Fork, spoon, plates, knives.
Can I bring something to cook with in my room?
No cooking is allowed in the room, including microwaves.
Are utilities included?
Rent includes electricity, water, heat, garbage, and Wi-Fi internet access.