251 9th Street Residences, San Francisco

9th St, San Francisco, 94103, United States
per month
0.5 mi from City Center
0.5 mi from City Center( 13m. 12m. 5m)
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city center | 0.4 mi
San Francisco Conservatory of M... | 0.5 mi
California College of the Arts | 0.8 mi
Academy of Art University | 1.1 mi
Pay In Instalment
No Visa No Pay
Work Space
dual occupancy
bills included
Common Kitchen

About the Property

9th Street Residences is a luxurious and modern student housing in San Francisco. They offer single and double share rooms. They also have amazing amenities for students to have a fun and comfortable living experience. This San Francisco student housing is close to universities such as the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, which is a quick drive of 6 minutes and the California College of Arts, which is also a quick drive of 6 minutes.

San Francisco is quite famous for its weather, which is quite pleasant and is also a city which has not lost touch with its old self. The Golden Gate Bridge is one of the main tourist attractions in the city. While also having the oldest china town in the USA, San Francisco is quite happening as many students come to the city every year, and it is also a popular tourist destination for people worldwide. As everyone is quite aware, Silicon Valley is present in San Francisco. It is also the tech hub of the world, making it an important city for tech companies all around the world.


9th Street Residences are filled with features so that students can have a comfortable and safe stay. There is a common area provided so that students can have a relaxing and fun time with the other residents. As you will get mail or parcels, but you don't need to worry about that as the staff will sort it out for you. We all know how fun cooking is, and it gets better when we cook with our friends. That is why this San Francisco student housing also has a communal kitchen. As you go into your room, you will see a full-size futon bunk bed so that you have a comfortable seat and a comfortable bed to sleep in after a long tiring day.

There is also a kitchenette with a granite countertop provided for you to cook your meals. There are hardwood floors in your room so that you can be comfortable and won't feel cold during the winter. As we all need a fridge to keep our drinks and our food fresh, there is also a mini fridge in your room. We all love watching our favourite movies, catching the news, or even watching the match, that is why this student housing in San Francisco has also provided a flat-screen TV in every room. As well as the wifi, water, heating electricity bills are included in the rent.

Location and What's Hot?

9th Street Residences San Francisco is located at a prime location with tons of the finest restaurants, clubs and tourist attractions in San Francisco. One can visit famous fine dining restaurants like The Cavalier, Ajisen Ramen, Westfield San Francisco Centre and Century San Francisco Centre, which offer some excellent delicacies of different cuisines. All these restaurants are a stroll away from the property. Hult International Business School is a 15-minute drive, and Golden Gate University is just a quick 11-minute drive away from the property.

The students can save on weekly grocery runs as Target is just a stroll away from the accommodation. The property is close to some amazing stores like Bloomingdales and Nordstrom, where students can go shopping and can hang out with their friends and enjoy a day out. One can visit museums like the Tenderloin Museum and Wells Fargo Museum to witness vintage artefacts and catch a glimpse of the city's culture and history. The students can visit Transamerica Pyramid, which is a unique triangular-shaped skyscraper. One can also spend a day at PIER 39, a scenic pier, and explore the various activities and food items served there. The student can take a stroll at the famous Yerba Buena Gardens. This garden is considered an ideal location to have small picnics too. One can spend the weekends at clubs like Monarch and F8 Nightclub and experience the vibrant nightlife by attending some exquisite live shows and dancing the night away, and enjoying amazing techno, house and pop music. Student life in San Francisco is filled with diversity and gives students some unforgettable memories.


As San Francisco is popular for its trams and scenic commute, the closest bus stop is 10th St & Howard St, just a small walk of 4 minutes. One can always choose to take an Uber as they are quite abundant. Cycling is always an option, and one can enjoy the ride as one watches the bay as you come home to 9th Street San Francisco.

Room Types

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What will you get
Common Amenities
Work Space
Common Kitchen
Regular Cleaning
High-Speed WiFi

Cancellation Policies (2)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.

Payment Policies (4)

  • Security Deposit
    This property requires security deposit.
  • Pay In Instalment
    This property offers 12 flexible instalment plans.
  • Mode Of Payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

I am not a student. Can I still book a room?

Yes, of course. Our rooms are not exclusively for students. They have many interns, young professionals, entrepreneurs, artists, techies and people on short-term contracts staying with us.

Can I book in advance and how do I secure a room/bed?

Yes, you can book a room in advance and move-in directly at arrival. It is very simple – you need to sign a lease and pay a deposit and your room will be secured and ready for you to move-in.

How much is the security deposit? Do I get the deposit back?

The security deposit is equal to one month of rent. It is refundable after completing the lease if there are no damages to the room besides normal wear and tear.

How do I pay security deposit and rent?

The deposit is paid in advance through your online tenant portal. You can also pay with check or PayPal.

What is the minimum lease?

The minimum lease is 3 months but there are properties that require a minimum of 6 or 9 months lease. Shorter term leases are also possible in some cases but short term rates are usually higher.

Do you rent on a weekly or daily basis?

No, They only rent on a monthly basis.

Are there any other fees I should consider?

There are no other fees. They are trying to keep it simple for you so the monthly rent is the total you will be paying per month. There are no application fees and almost all our properties include utilities and wi-fi in the monthly rent. If there is an exception, they will let you know when quoting the price.

Is there Wi-Fi in the building?

Yes, They provide free Wi-Fi in all of our buildings.

What is the difference between private and shared bath?

A private bathroom means bathroom inside the room and a shared bathroom is a bathroom on the floor. The average ratio is one bath and one toilet every 3-4 rooms. Common bathrooms and toilets are individual and they are cleaned 2 times per day.

Are the rooms furnished?

Yes, all rooms are furnished and generally set up with bed, desk, chair, vanity, closet, lamp, mirror, fridge and sink. The detailed amenities of the rooms are listed on each property page.

Are these apartments or hotel buildings?

Most of our properties are hotel buildings or residences suitable for short- and long term stay. They also offer full studios and apartments – this is always specified in the property page.

What is the security of the buildings?

Most of our properties have controlled access and/or 24h front desk service. Only residents are allowed to enter and any visitors must be registered at reception.

Are bed linens provided?

Yes, bed linens are provided. Some properties also offer free weekly housekeeping with change of bed linens and towels.

Is there a kitchen? Can I cook in the room?

A lot of our buildings have a common kitchen that all tenants can use. If the building has a common kitchen, cooking inside your room is strictly forbidden. If there is no common kitchen, you will have a microwave and a fridge in the room and you can prepare food but you need to be extremely careful and comply with safety regulations.

Is there parking?

Parking is not included. Central San Francisco is really busy and parking is expensive, so they would advise you to avoid bringing your own car. If you need a parking spot, there are parking lots that offer a monthly rate.

What is your smoking policy?

Smoking is absolutely forbidden inside the buildings.

Are pets allowed?

Unfortunately, no pets are allowed inside the buildings

Can I share a room with a roommate?

Yes, most of our rooms could be for double occupancy. Some rooms are set up with bunk beds, others with two separate beds or one double bed. They do have some triple and quad rooms, as well as studios and apartments that accommodate 2-4 people.

I already have a roommate. How do we book a room?

Both of you will need to sign the lease and will be equally responsible for the monthly rent payments.

I don’t have a roommate but want to share a room. Can I book a bed?

Yes, They offer beds in shared rooms and they assign a roommate from the same gender.

I have problems with my roommate. Who should I talk to?

If you have any issues with your roommate(s), you need to inform them ASAP. They will work together with the building management to resolve the issue and possibly move you to another room.

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Student Accomodations in San Francisco

San Francisco Student Housing

Finding suitable San Francisco student housing can be difficult, but it’s not impossible. Students worldwide flock to the city every year to pursue their education, and every year, the city reminds us all why it is renowned for its quality of life and academics. With amber, you get access to affordable and comfortable student accommodation in San Francisco without ever leaving the comfort of your home. With amber, students can find a variety of student housing SF options near top educational institutions such as the University of San Francisco, San Francisco State University, and Academy of Art University.

Student housing in San Francisco includes various non-ensuite, 1,2 bedroom apartments, sharing rooms and private rooms closer to nearby universities, restaurants, and cafes. It is a modern-day city in California adorned with beautiful gardens, parks, and museums; San Francisco has so many things to do! Student apartments in San Francisco are luxurious, comfortable, lavish, affordable, and easy to live in. Consider properties like 221 7th Street Residences and 1080 Folsom Residences, and many more, which are known for their strategic locations and vibrant community lifestyle. With amber, securing the right student housing in San Francisco becomes a streamlined and hassle-free process, allowing students to find their ideal home away from home.

About San Francisco

Rich in history and bursting with a vibrant cultural scene, San Francisco stands as a beacon on the West Coast of the United States. Its iconic Golden Gate Bridge, historic cable cars, and picturesque waterfronts make it an enduring destination for students and tourists alike. Known for its progressive community and a booming tech economy, San Francisco is a hub of innovation and diversity, offering a dynamic urban experience.

San Francisco's education system is anchored by several high-ranking institutions, attracting a large student population. The city is home to the esteemed University of San Francisco, Golden Gate University, San Francisco State University, the Academy of Art University, and many more. These institutions elevate San Francisco's educational landscape, contributing significantly to research and academic excellence.

The city's neighborhoods, such as the bustling Mission District, the trendy SoMa area, and the historically rich Chinatown, each bring their unique flair and contribute to the city's mosaic. San Francisco student housing reflects this diversity, offering options ranging from shared apartments to private studios. With its rich blend of academic prowess, cultural diversity, and entrepreneurial spirit, San Francisco provides a stimulating environment that exceeds the expectations of its vibrant student community.

Best Student Housing in San Francisco

Relocating to San Francisco for educational pursuits brings the challenge of finding the ideal student accommodation. Securing a spot in the best student housing in San Francisco can significantly enhance the university experience, offering a blend of independence and comfort. Amber's platform simplifies the process, offering access to premier San Francisco student housing perfectly suited for the modern student's lifestyle. Here are some of the top picks for student housing in San Francisco:

1. 221 7th Street Residences:

2. 1080 Folsom Residences

3. 251 9th Street Residences

4. June Homes 94110

5. 204 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco

6. Identity Logan Park

7. University Park, Berkeley

8. Stonefire

9. The Standard

10. 524 Columbus Residences

Cost of Living

The cost of living near student apartments in San Francisco can be slightly higher than in other US cities, totaling an average of about $530-$600 per month. However, the city is perfect for student life as the student housing in San Francisco is always open for international and national students. Here is a rough estimate list for the cost of living expenses one might face in San Francisco, apart from the rent for your San Francisco student housing:

1. Food: $90-320 per month

2. Internet & Mobile Phone: $80-100 per month

3. Dinner at a Restaurant: $10-30 per meal

4. Laundry: $20-35 per week

5. Stationery and Textbooks: $20-50 per month

6. Clothing: $50-75/month

7. Travel (Buses, Trams, and Trains): $80-$120 per month

Student Travel San Francisco

Navigating San Francisco as a student relies heavily on understanding the available transit to access classes, events, and sights. San Francisco has one of the best public transport systems in the United States. The city provides you with multiple effective modes of transportation at affordable prices. These public transit stops are also strategically located in important areas, including university campuses.  Below are some well-utilized transportation modes for students traveling in San Francisco:

1. Muni

Short for San Francisco Municipal Railways, operates the trains and the buses. The metro trains operated by Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) are an equally convenient choice. It connects San Francisco with the East Bay and San Jose via an underwater Transbay subway. The average fare for a single ride ranges from $2.50 to $3.

2. Taxis

Taxis are one of the most easily accessible modes of transportation in the city. Although these might be a bit costlier than other modes, they are great if you are in a hurry. There are also a number of apps available for students to use to find cabs near their location. 

3. Cycling

San Francisco's roads are extremely pedestrian-friendly, which means you can cycle to your heart’s content, visit the universities, and explore things to do in San Francisco. In addition, most student housing in San Francisco options come with secure and dedicated bike/cycle storage spaces for added convenience.

Student Lifestyle & Living in San Francisco

Embarking on your student housing in San Francisco presents an exhilarating blend of cultural richness and diverse community life, making it a haven for students from around the globe. The city's inviting vibe can be felt throughout its bustling neighborhoods, where students are often seen unwinding at eclectic hangouts. From the comfort of San Francisco student housing, you can explore a myriad of student-friendly spots. Indulge in the caffeinated delights at Ritual Coffee Roasters or catch up with friends at The View Lounge, which promises spectacular city vistas. For those seeking green escapes, Golden Gate Park offers serene landscapes perfect for a study break.

San Francisco's vibrant culture is further animated by music festivals like Outside Lands, which resonates with the youthful vitality of the city’s students. The neighborhoods come alive with festivals and events, bolstering the dynamic student life. Exploring the arts scene at local galleries or joining in the festivities at the North Beach Festival, students are never short of things to do or places to discover from their student apartments in San Francisco. Amber makes searching for student housing in San Francisco near notable educational institutions as convenient and as exciting as the city itself.

Choosing San Francisco student housing means embracing a lifestyle brimming with opportunities, entertainment, and cultural immersion. With amber's support, you can find the perfect San Francisco student housing that puts you at the center of this vitality, ensuring a student experience that is just as enriching outside the classroom as it is within. The city of San Francisco holds a special place in the hearts of students and former students who studied there. Student housing in San Francisco is ideal for students looking to make full use of their time in the city. With a vibrant dynamic of places like great restaurants, museums, and art galleries while also catering to adventure enthusiasts with several great national parks nearby, the city has it all.

San Francisco Tourist Attractions

San Francisco, a city famed for its iconic landmarks and vibrant culture, offers a plethora of attractions for tourists and locals alike. This is perfect for students living in San Francisco student housing who wish to explore the city's rich tapestry of tourist spots between studies.

1. Golden Gate Bridge

2. Alcatraz Island

3. Fisherman's Wharf

4. Chinatown

5. Lombard Street

6. Pier 39

Universities in San Francisco

Many top universities in San Francisco, California, offer students a top-tier education and an excellent educational environment for higher studies. With the help of amber, you can also find student housing in San Francisco across many of these universities. Some of the most famous universities near San Francisco include:

1. The University of San Francisco

2. San Francisco State University

3. Academy of Art University

4. Adam’s College of English

5. University of California

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