Lone Mountain East Residence Hall
San Francisco is many things: a tech epicenter, a cultural mecca, the most beautiful city in the world (in our minds, anyway). It’s also fairly small, land-wise: 49 square miles contains all that wonder. When space is at a premium, innovators have to get creative. And Dons are all about innovation. So, when we wanted to build a new residence hall in order to expand our student housing, we got creative and reconsidered how to use the spaces we already had. A parcel on Lone Mountain, consisting of underused tennis courts and auxiliary buildings, seemed like the perfect setting. When we landed on a building design that would work with the hilly topography and also satisfy our students’ educational and social needs, construction began. Lone Mountain East now stands ready to welcome Dons back to school in the fall.
Facts and Amenities
- Primarily second-year students
- All genders
- Gender Inclusive housing is available
- 600 residents
- Two distinct buildings (four floors and five floors, respectively) connected by an overhead bridgeway
- Co-ed floors with same-gender units (*except Gender Inclusive Community)
- 4bd/2ba units house four students with single occupancy in each bedroom
- 2bd/2ba units house four students with double occupancy in each bedroom
- Turk Blvd., between Masonic Ave. and Parker Ave.
- Closest dining facility: Lone Mountain Cafe
- No living-learning communities currently in Lone Mountain East
- Customer service and security desk located in each building
- Key card required to access building and all residential areas
- WiFi throughout building
- Student lounges and open courtyards in both buildings
- Laundry room located in each building (laundry services are free to residents)
- Cable TV available via IPTV through WiFi
- Flat screen TVs in lounges
- Courtyards with engagement spaces that include a water feature, a fireplace, and a bocce court
University-provided room furnishings may differ from those pictured. For information on what you can expect in each dorm room, please visit What's in a Dorm Room?