San Francisco Bay Area
Sandwiched between the Castro to the West and the Mission District to the East, Mission Dolores stands as one of the most vibrant and diverse neighborhoods in San Francisco. Our Dolores community is in the center of it all, just steps from delicious food, historical landmarks, and the iconic Dolores Park.
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The building is a stunning Edwardian home that has been fully restored with the interiors completely remodeled. Spread out across the four floors are 23 bedrooms, 4 fully stocked kitchens, and extra communal areas to enhance your coliving experience.
This home is the perfect hangout spot with two media lounges (so you never argue over what’s on for movie night) and entirely remodeled backyard bbq area. Want a quieter place to relax and recharge? Take a visit to the library on the third floor to get lost in a new book. With a kitchen and dining room on each floor you’ll always have enough space to embark on your next culinary adventure.
Your own suite
Each room is already set up with all of the essentials including a queen or full-sized bed, nightstand, and closet or wardrobe. Your room features a door outfitted with a keyless locking device ensuring that your security and privacy are top of mind.
You can call (877) 331-0695 for more information.
Functional Breathing for Better Mental & Physical Health
Cocktails & Mocktails: Virtual Mixology Class
Demystifying Dishes: Japanese Vegetarian Curry
Boba Tea Making Class
The neighborhood of Mission Dolores stands as a beautiful mélange of old and new with bustling bars, cafes, and restaurants peppered between historic landmarks. It’s home to the oldest standing building in San Francisco, Mission San Francisco de Asís, established in 1776.
The iconic Dolores Park
A visit to Mission Dolores is not complete without a trip to Dolores Park. Pack a picnic or grab an ice cream from Bi-Rite and get ready to be wowed by stunning panoramic views of downtown San Francisco. On any given weekend you’ll find hundreds of San Franciscans and tourists alike soaking up the sun before the fog starts to roll in.