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According to the Wikipedia:
A single room occupancy (more commonly SRO, sometimes called single resident occupancy) is a multiple tenant building that houses one or two people in individual rooms (sometimes two rooms, or two rooms with a bathroom or half bathroom), or to the single room dwelling itself. SRO tenants typically share bathrooms and / or kitchens, while some SRO rooms may include kitchenettes, bathrooms, or half-baths. Although many are former hotels, SROs are primarily rented as a permanent residence.
- Central City SRO Collaborative history of SROs
- Up From the Deep (provides an excellent history of many SRO hotels in San Francisco's central city: Sixth Street, Mid-Market, and Tenderloin with excellent photographs by Mark Ellinger)
- San Francisco Bay Area Bedbug Registry
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