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The Residence Hall at 1080 Bush, San Francisco
The Residence Hall at 1080 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1080 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1080 Bush, San Francisco
The Residence Hall at 1080 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1080 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1080 Bush, San Francisco

Leonardo Da Vinci Apartments at 1080 Bush Street

The Leonardo da Vinci Apartments at 1080 Bush are housed in a six-story building. The building combines history and modernity, and is the largest of the Academy’s apartment building. The building is within walking distance to most Academy campus buildings, as well as grocery stores, cafés, and restaurants. It is located near the California Cable Car line, and is only a ten-minute walk from Chinatown.

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A Room at 1080 Bush Street, San Francisco

A Resident Room at 1080 Bush Street, San Francisco.

A Room at 1080 Bush Street, San Francisco

A Resident Room at 1080 Bush Street, San Francisco.

A Room at 1080 Bush Street, San Francisco

The Game Room at 1080 Bush Street, San Francisco.

1080 Bush has a study room and computer kiosks available for student use. Residents will enjoy the ping-pong, pool, and foosball tables, big screen televisions, and cable television programming in the recreation room. Programmed activities are geared toward the co-ed residents, who are twenty-one years old or older. The apartments have fully functional kitchens and students are responsible for bringing their own pots, pans, and dishes.

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