Sandwiched between the Castro to the West and the Mission District to the East, Mission Dolores stands as one of the most vibrant and diverse neighborhoods in San Francisco. Our Dolores community is in the center of it all, just steps from delicious food, historical landmarks, and the iconic Dolores Park.The Home
The building is a stunning Edwardian home that has been fully restored with the interiors completely remodeled. Spread out across the four floors are 23 bedrooms, 4 fully stocked kitchens, and extra communal areas to enhance your coliving experience. For a better experience, visit our virtual tour below.
This home is the perfect hangout spot with two media lounges (so you never argue over what’s on for movie night) and entirely remodeled backyard bbq area. Want a quieter place to relax and recharge? Take a visit to the library on the third floor to get lost in a new book. With a kitchen and dining room on each floor you’ll always have enough space to embark on your next culinary adventure.
Your own suite
Each room is already set up with all of the essentials including a queen or full-sized bed, nightstand, and closet or wardrobe. Your room features a door outfitted with a keyless locking device ensuring that your security and privacy are top of mind.
The ground floor in Dolores has 3 private suites, one half bath, and one full bathroom. At the back of the floor is a kitchen and dining area as well as a media lounge outfitted with a television for all members to use. Mail and laundry are also on this floor.
The first floor has seven private suites, two full baths, and a kitchen and dining area. The second floor has six private suites, three full baths, and a kitchen and dining area. This floor also features a small library towards the front of the floor. The third floor has seven private suites, three full baths, and a kitchen and dining area. This floor also features a media lounge outfitted with a television for all members to use.
Current availability might differ from photos uploaded to listing- please reach out to our team for a tour!
This unit is a rental unit subject to the San Francisco Rent Ordinance, which limits evictions without just cause, and which states that any waiver by a tenant of their rights under the Rent Ordinance is void as contrary to public policyThe neighborhood of Mission Dolores stands as a beautiful mélange of old and new with bustling bars, cafes, and restaurants peppered between historic landmarks. It’s home to the oldest standing building in San Francisco, Mission San Francisco de Asís, established in 1776.
A visit to Mission Dolores is not complete without a trip to Dolores Park. Pack a picnic or grab an ice cream from Bi-Rite and get ready to be wowed by stunning panoramic views of downtown San Francisco. On any given weekend you’ll find hundreds of San Franciscans and tourists alike soaking up the sun before the fog starts to roll in.
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Parties and gatherings
Max 1 guest · Queen Bed · (129 m²/1389 ft²) · Shared Bathroom
Your monthly membership fee includes a few things: your suite rent (which is the base rent for your private space) plus an impact cost ( all utilities, streaming services, and internet), comfort cost (weekly cleanings, stocked consumables, and furnishings), and communal costs (experience and event programming). If you have a short or mid length term agreement, you may have a flex fee as well. We try to stagger when members come up for renewal, so the flex fee may vary as a result of a few factors like seasonality.
We highly recommend touring any suite you might be interested in to make sure it is a good fit for your desired living accommodations. Rooms can vary in size and amenities, making some more comfortable for sharing than others. Each suite has either a queen or full sized bed, and we do not provide separate beds. Please note that the communal fees for furnishings, shared consumables, and utilities (but not your suite rent) increase with each adult living in your suite with you.
Of course, this is your home! While overnight guests are welcome, you should follow your community's House Rules on maximum stays for guests. As a matter of common courtesy, please do your best to let your fellow community members know if you plan to have a guest stay for more than one night (especially in smaller groups or communities). Like any community member, your guests should be respectful of the community’s shared spaces and follow the House Rules. Ultimately, you're responsible for their actions so choose your friends wisely.
If something comes up and you need to terminate your agreement, we require 30 days’ notice. You will be responsible to pay your rent for the last 30 days as well as an early termination fee which is calculated as $20 multiplied by the number of days remaining on the term of your agreement.
With few exceptions, your membership fee will not change without your written consent. However, rates may change when you come up for renewal, as permitted under local rent ordinances. You’ll be notified at least 30 days in advance if your rent is going to increase.
Yes! Of course, it depends on the availability of the place you’d like to transfer to, and your new agreement would be subject to the terms and conditions of the requested unit. There are a few other things you’ll need to complete before a transfer can happen, so please reach out to your community manager to discuss your transfer.
The weekday quiet hours are from 10pm to 7am, and 12am to 9am on weekends. As with any shared housing scenario, the golden rule is just to be respectful of others in your community and not wake them up or disturb them if they’re trying to have a quiet night. Just like other House Rules, serious or continued violations of the quiet hours policy is a breach of your rental agreement.
Your room comes furnished with all of the essentials including a bed frame, queen or full sized Tuff & Needle mattress, nightstand, lamp, and rug. If your room doesn’t feature a closet, we’ll provide a standing wardrobe as well. Additional things like bedding, dresser or desk can be ordered through our Helping Hands offerings.
It varies by community and city. Currently we do not have parking at any of our SF communities, but not to worry as all of our SF homes are centrally located to public transit. Since LA is such a car-centric city, we have parking at each building that can be added on to your membership at each of our LA locations.
Each of our communities has its own personality and amenities, but communal space is at the focus of all of them! All have comfortable community living rooms with games and full kitchens, but they can also have things like backyards, spas, and awesome rooftop vibes. You can check out the full breakdown of the features in our homes on each of their webpages. Just click either Los Angeles or San Francisco to access all of our community pages!
We absolutely do! Helping Hands are additional services that we offer to make your life just a little easier! Choose from services like storage, room cleanings, fresh bedding, and furniture rentals. Need a TV or artwork hung up? Let us know!
Typically there are about 6-8 events per month in each city. Starcity events are a great way to meet members within your community, and also from the other communities. Everyone is encouraged to attend and provide feedback on events as this is inclusive of your membership. Our communities have enjoyed a variety of different events including health & wellness classes, volunteering activities, creative courses, sports outings and more!
Of course, we welcome Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals. Please be aware that you must provide us with a copy of your physician’s recommendation dated within the last 12 months and up-to-date vaccination records. Regardless of the categorization of the animal, you are solely responsible for the actions, health, and safety of your animal, and indemnify and hold us harmless for any and all issues arising from your animal’s presence in the House.
Before you can get your keys and access codes, we require first month’s (prorated based on your move in date) rent plus your security deposit. If you’re starting your term in the last 10 days of a month, you’ll be required to pay the prorated amount plus one full month that will be credited toward your next month’s rent.
To start, there’s a $5 application fee to cover a background check for each suite occupant. We’ll also need income verification documents such as your most recent pay stub, 3 months of bank statements showing all income, or an offer letter. For our C1 community in Marina Del Rey, we will also complete a credit check.
We’ve detailed the measures we are taking in all communities on this Covid 19 response section of this website. We will continue to closely monitor any new updates from the CDC and local officials to make sure we evolve our approach as new information becomes available.
In the unfortunate case that a member has been financially impacted by COVID-19, our Community Directors are dedicated to working with each member on a case-by-case basis to ensure the best resolution is met.
If you book more than 14 days before moving in, you may only pay a $300 Down Payment now to guarantee your stay. If it's less than 14 days, you need to pay the first month's rent as well as a security deposit.
Coliving.com will transfer your rent and deposit to the host 24h after you move in.
The deposit is refunded directly by the host within 30 days of the lease end date.
The deposit will be returned in full if you have no pending charges, and have followed the check-out process.