OFF – CAMPUS HOUSING Where to live, how to get there, and how much it costs Presentation created by Swiyyah White ’06, Inchan Kwon ’06, and Katie Petersen ‘08 University of California Hastings College of the Law The Civic Center A/k/a: The Tenderloin A/k/a: The Loin Tenderloin
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Where to live, how to get there, and how much it costs
Presentation created by Swiyyah White ’06, Inchan Kwon ’06, and Katie Petersen ‘08
UC Hastings is located in the Tenderloin area of San Francisco. Thus, living in this area would make it extremely easy to get to school. The Tenderloin is also the location of all the courts (Superior Court, California Court of Appeal, California Supreme Court, Federal District Court, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals) and City Hall. Not only are you close to school and the legal community, you are also close to the arts community. The Tenderloin is home to the Asian Art Museum, Davies Symphony Hall, the San Francisco Opera House, and a lot of theater, large and small.
The best place to live in the Tenderloin is Hastings’ McAllister Tower; the rent is probably the cheapest in the area and utilities are included. Because the Tower is filled with students, you have a campus-like experience that makes it easy to get to know your fellow classmates and make friends. If you are into convenience, the Tenderloin might be the place for you.
MUNI Bus #19,
walk, Hastings shuttle at night
Avg: $ 2008
Avg: $ 3417
Avg: $ 4739
MUNI Light Rail (T), many buses
3 - 5 miles
MUNI (#38, including the rush-hour Geary Express)
rail (N Judah) & buses
MUNI light rail (N Judah)
MUNI Light Rail (N)
*This district bears its name because of Mission Dolores, one of the original Spanish missions on the famed California “mission trail.”