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Summer Intern Housing (Non-CCA Students)

Stay in San Francisco during the Summer

To ensure social distancing requirements, we are assigning one person per sleeping room. Before applying, please read the latest public health order.

California College of the Arts offers non-CCA student interns short term summer accommodations at Blattner Hall in sunny Potrero Hill/Design District. You'll be located one block from three major Muni bus lines, and within walking distance to SOMA and the Mission District (known for their bars, restaurants, and night life). CCA partners with Capstone Management Partners to provide you with a streamlined experience in a supportive environment.


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Blattner Hall

Located at 75 Arkansas Street in the heart of the “DoReMi” design and arts district, home to many galleries, alternative art spaces, and museums, including CCA’s Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts. Blattner Hall is located in a residential neighborhood known to get the most sunshine of any neighborhood in the city. It is across from an expansive park, and is within walking distance to many great nooks of the city!


Summer 2021 Availability

Minimum stay is 30 nights. An earlier move in date may be available on a case by case basis. Please let us know your ideal move in date when you apply and we'll do our best to accommodate.

Earliest Move-in date (on or after)

Latest Move-out date (on or before)

May 01, 2021

August 14, 2021

Transit

Muni Lines 55 Dogpatch (to/from 16th Street Bart), 10 (to downtown SF), and tenants may catch the (FREE) Mission Bay Shuttle from CCA to Civic Center Bart station. CalTrain is a 10 minute walk.

  • Walk Score: 94 (Walker's Paradise)
  • Transit Score: 71 (Excellent Transit)
  • Bike Score: 96 (Biker's Paradise)

Units

2-4 person apartments with shared kitchen, living room and two bathrooms in suite

Amenities

  • Fully furnished units with an eat-in kitchen, living room, ample closet space, and beautiful bay windows with views of San Francisco
  • Patrol security
  • WiFi
  • Convection microwave oven
  • Two outdoor courtyards and a BBQ
  • Individually controlled heat and ventilation
  • Safe indoor bike storage
  • Environmentally sustainable design
  • On-site laundry facilities
  • Secure package lockers (Luxer One) and mailboxes
  • Bike Share Station

Nearby

  • Grocery shopping (0.3 miles from Whole Foods Market, .5 miles from Trader Joes and 0.7 miles from Safeway)
  • Five-minute walk to CCA’s main campus on 8th Street
  • Catty-corner to Jackson Park’s tennis and basketball courts, baseball fields, and picnic tables
  • Close to multiple gyms as well as a CrossFit facility
  • Located in the heart of the “DoReMi” design and arts district, home to many galleries, alternative art spaces, and museums, including CCA’s very own Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts
  • CCA Maker's Cafe, La Lucha Coffee Bar, J.B.’s Place, Philz Coffee, Wolfe's and many more local cafes, sandwich shops, and restaurants within walking distance
  • The Dogpatch, a vibrant arts community to the southeast of our new building, features Workshop Residence, Minnesota Street Project, and CCA’s new MFA studio spaces

Rates

UNIT TYPE

Per Night (per bed)

Average Monthly

Single in a 4 Bedroom Apartment

$55

$1,672

Single in a 2 Bedroom Apartment

$70

$2,128

Fees

$25 non-refundable application fee + $500 security deposit required. 30 days prior to your departure you will be charged a non-refundable cleaning fee of  $125.00.

Testimonials

"CCA has provided our organization with prompt and professional assistance with our SF housing needs. Their housing is newly-built and conveniently located in the city, allowing our students staying there to have a great home base for their local internships and to explore the Bay Area. Definitely recommended!"

Kenneth Nourse, JD, Director, CIEE / Academic Internship Council

“CCA’s facilities were perfect for the students of our off-campus study and residency program. Being in the heart of the City and among the vibrancy of all that is going on here was key to their immersive experience, and the lifestyle perks and management provided by CCA were exceptional.”

Adam Shalleck, FAIA, President The Shalleck Collaborative, Inc. and Director, Virginia Tech San Francisco Studio

Apply Now!

Contact us summerinSF@capstonempmail.com or 415.551.9234

We look forward to hosting you.


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