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The Residence Hall at 560 Powell, San Francisco
The Residence Hall at 560 Powell, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 560 Powell, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 560 Powell, San Francisco
The Residence Hall at 560 Powell, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 560 Powell, San Francisco

Fritz Lang Apartments at 560 Powell Street

This beautiful turn-of-the-century apartment building is located next door to the Academy's 540 Powell academic facility and is only a stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of San Francisco's Union Square. It is within walking distance of the Academy’s campus buildings, Union Square, Chinatown, the theater district, and the North Beach district. You can catch a Cable Car right outside the building.

Click on an image below to open up a Quicktime VR view of the interior of a resident room at 560 Powell Street. Quicktime Player is required, and can be downloaded from the Apple website.

When the movie opens, click and drag with your mouse on the screen to guide the view.

The Residence Hall at 560 Powell, San Francisco

A Room at 560 Powell with the bed down.

The Residence Hall at 560 Powell, San Francisco

A Room at 560 Powell with the bed up.

The apartment building offers computer kiosks for student use. The recreation room offers a Playstation 2, a television, and cable television programming. Programmed activities are geared towards the co-ed residents, who are twenty-one years old or older.

The apartments have fully functional kitchens. Students are responsible for bringing their own pots, pans, and dishes.

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