In San Francisco, finding a place to rent is challenging. We’ve researched four different price points to see what you can find in this city by the bay.
$1,400 – $1,500
676 Geary St Apt 101, San Francisco CA
For rent: $1,495 per month
This studio apartment in the Tenderloin neighborhood has a 97/100 Walk Score. The unit has hardwood floors, a large kitchen with lots of cabinet space and a separate dining area. There’s also a manager on site, as well as community laundry.
$1,600 – $1,700
1401 Waller St Apt 4, San Francisco CA
For rent: $1,675 per month
Live near the Haight Street area in this bright studio apartment. There’s lots of storage space in the large walk-in closet, a separate kitchen and eating area and an updated bathroom. The unit is close to public transportation, restaurants, shopping and the University of California, San Francisco.
$1,900 – $2,000
752 Stockton St Apt 4, San Francisco CA
For rent: $1,900 per month
It’s all about location. This 1-bedroom apartment is near Nob Hill, the Financial District, Chinatown, and Little Italy. Large windows, hardwood floors and crown molding add lots of character to this beautiful apartment.
$2,200 – $2,300
2000 Post St #437, San Francisco CA
For rent: $2,240 per month
This lower Pacific Heights studio apartment is located right near Japan Town and Fillmore Street shopping and dining. The unit has been remodeled with modern lighting, new appliances and granite countertops. Community amenities include a garden, pool, sauna and workout facility.
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