Bay Area Housing

Music City Student Housing - Pyramind

Music City Student Housing

The official housing partner of Pyramind

Music city is a unique living space in the heart of San Francisco. You’ll immerse yourself in Northern California’s biggest community of musicians and artists. Relax in our cozy and clean dorm rooms with music-themed decor that pays homage to the musical history of the Bay Area.

There are options for single rooms, shared rooms, and hostel-style dorm rooms available. 

For more information, contact Brian at

Music City Student Housing - Pyramind
Music City Student Housing - Pyramind
Music City Student Housing - Pyramind
Music City Student Housing - Pyramind

Other Options


SFO Housing provides safe, affordable, and quality housing for students, interns, and visiting professionals in San Francisco, one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Most of the locations are in Downtown San Francisco (super close to Pyramind) and the rates are extremely competitive for the Bay Area. More and more Pyramind students are taking advantage of this opportunity; follow the above for more information.


Nestpick is a housing aggregate of various booking and apartment rental sites.  This is a great resource for a wide selection of apartments, bungalows, and homes around San Francisco.


Many students also live in hostels, either short or long term. Some nearby hostels are:

 Craigslist is the preferred way of finding apartments and room shares in the Bay Area. Here are links to finding apartments in San Francisco and the East Bay, the easiest areas to move to in the Bay Area commute to Pyramind. In the menu at the top of the page you’ll probably want the last pull down option to be “apts/housing for rent” or “rooms & shares.” The one thing we can say about using Craigslist is that you must be very, very  diligent. Here are some guidelines:

  • Start a month and a half to two and a half months before you want to move.

  • Check for new listings once in the morning and once in the evening.

  • Look for places that have photos in the listing.

  • Set a minimum and maximum price in your searches.

  • Send out emails right after you check new listings (you might end up sending over a hundred of emails).

  • Create a ‘template’ email but change it up for each new place you email.

  • Be prepared to go to an interview/viewing of the apartment with potential roommates if not multiple interviews if you’re looking for room shares (open houses are also very common).

If you have any questions about any of the listings you find feel free to email Pyramind Admissions and we’ll help you sort it all out.