2434 Piedmont

ROOM TYPE:2021 - 2022 PRICING!
Private/Single Rooms
Shared/Double Rooms$899 - $1,150/person
Premium Double + Private Bath$1,275/person
Shared/Triple RoomsNot Available


The Community

Located just (3) blocks from the south side of campus (less than 1/4 mile; a 4-minute bike ride or 8-minute walk), it’s close to the Law School, Haas School of Business, and Memorial Stadium. 

2434 Piedmont Avenue features private/single and shared/double occupancy bedrooms with (10) shared bathrooms. This building is (3) stories; the ground floor features a fully stocked kitchen (pots, pans, dishes, utensils & the essentials), a shared living and dining area, bedrooms, bathrooms,  a laundry area, and an outdoor patio area.

The top (2) floors have bedrooms and bathrooms. Sundeck, front courtyard, kitchen, dining room, and media lounge make an excellent space to stay in with friends, or a great gathering spot before heading out to the surrounding nightlife options.Every room comes with all of the essentials – twin bed (lofted or standard), closet/wardrobe, desk, desk chair, and desk lamp.

Key Essentials


Twin Bed & Mattress


Desk & Chair
Desk Lamp
Personal Wardrobe


IN-ROOM FRIDGE (with or without freezer space)*


UTILITIES ($150/month)

Enterprise Grade Wifi
Water & Sewer
Trash, Recycle & Compost

*Upon request at an additional cost


The Neighborhood

Southside is perhaps the most famous area of Berkeley, containing the section of Telegraph that leads right up to UC Berkeley at Sather Gate. Southside is still largely associated with the University and has one of the youngest demographics of any district in Berkeley, with the average Southside resident being in his or her early 20’s. Telegraph Avenue is the main commercial corridor with many student-oriented stores, restaurants, and easily accessible public transportation. The Kroeber Anthropology Museum, Berkeley Museum of Modern Art and the Pacific Film Archive found in Southside are perfect places to pass time with friends and family.

Historically Rooted

Southside contains People’s Park, the focus of Berkeley’s protests of the late 1960s when the on-campus Free Speech Movement began moving off campus.  The protest tackled big issues, such as the Vietnam War and the Arab-Israeli conflict.

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