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Frank Lloyd Wright “Moving Towards Gender Neutrality” Hall


The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco
The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco
The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco
The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco The Residence Hall at 1153 Bush, San Francisco

This special interest area is designed as an intentional living community affirming the cultural experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and questioning residents as well as their allies. Residents will have the opportunity to create together what a gender neutral living community means to them.

The building itself is an amazing Victorian building featuring stained glass windows, an oak staircase, hardwood flooring, a large dining room, a kitchen with locked cabinet space, and plenty of refrigerator space. Students are responsible for their own meals.

Private and shared rooms are available with shared bathrooms. The residence hall has a study area, and ping-pong, pool, and foosball tables in the student lounge. Cable television is also available in the common lounge areas. A unique attribute to this building is a large backyard with a half basketball court where students often utilize for recreation.