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The Residence Hall at 655 Sutter, San Francisco
The Residence Hall at 655 Sutter, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 655 Sutter, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 655 Sutter, San Francisco
The Residence Hall at 655 Sutter, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 655 Sutter, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 655 Sutter, San Francisco

Howard Brodie Residence Hall at 655 Sutter

The Howard Brodie Women's Residence Hall at 655 Sutter is a modern building located in the heart of Nob Hill, two blocks from Union Square, and is our largest female residence hall. The building is only steps away from the Academy's Fine Arts Building and two of the Academy’s galleries. It is also within walking distance of many other campus locations.

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A Room at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco

Computer Room at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco.

A Room at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco

A Resident Room at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco.

A Room at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco

Kitchen at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco.

A Room at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco

A Recreation Room at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco.

A Room at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco

A Recreation Room at 655 Sutter Street, San Francisco.

The residence hall’s rooms are spacious, offering private and shared rooms, and feature shared bathrooms. The residence hall offers several study rooms and computer rooms with computers available for student use. Residents will enjoy the ping-pong, pool, and air-hockey tables, a Playstation 2, a Nintendo Game Boy, big screen televisions, and cable television programming in the recreation rooms. The residence hall has a kitchen with locked cabinet space and refrigerator space. Students are responsible for their own meals.

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