Massive change is on the way for Holloway Avenue as SF State gears up to construct two buildings approved by the CSU Board of Trustees over the summer.
The Creative Arts & Holloway Mixed-Use Project will demolish 46 units of student housing within two separate blocks of University Park
Finding a place to live near SF State is as tough as the 49ers finding a win – it’s rough out there.
It’s time consuming, awkward and stressful. Craigslist is hit or miss. Open houses often feature a half-dozen or more candidates competing for a single bedroom.
Hundreds of freshmen and their families eagerly lined up behind elevators in SF State’s dorms, next to yellow bins filled to the top with their most prized possessions and necessities this past Saturday for Move-In Day.
The hustle and bustle of moving into dorms is
With the school year coming to an end, graduating students have a lot more on their plate than just finals and assignments.
Housing and the rising cost of living in the Bay Area are affecting students’ decisions about staying in San Francisco.
Robert J. Nava, vice
With the Campus Master Plan set to be presented to the CSU Board of Trustees next month, the SF State Physical Planning and Development Department is hosting a series of events focused on student outreach and collaboration in an attempt to make students part of
University administration is in the process of obtaining approval to begin construction of new housing units that will double the number of new beds and extend housing to a block of Holloway Avenue.
The housing building is part of the Creative Arts and Holloway Mixed-Use
Around 20 students from the Campus Against Student Homelessness and Hunger club delivered a petition to President Wong’s administration Thursday morning to request a program to provide resources for homeless students similar to the Homeless At-Risk Transitional Students Program at City College of San Francisco.
SF State plans to demolish two on-campus housing sites and replace them with a new mixed-use Creative Arts building, which will include dorms, classrooms, retail stores, and an 800-seat concert hall.
The new building is part of the University’s Master Plan, which incorporates the construction of
A new housing policy from University Property Management will displace some of the residents living in off-campus housing beginning next semester.
Residents of University Park North and University Park South who are no longer students will not be offered new leases, Philippe Cumia, Director of the
Hundreds of residents living in Parkmerced will be relocated as part of a redevelopment project to add almost 6,000 new housing units to the neighborhood starting next year.
The project, approved by the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in May 2011, will add new housing units