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Local Muni Shelter Listed As 'Ultra Modern Castro Studio'

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By Rose Garrett - Published on February 18, 2015.

And now, a whimsical bit of local real estate non-news.

Doubtless frustrated by the ever-inflating San Francisco rental market, one Craigslist poster has advertised a Castro bus shelter as the next wave of Castro studio living for the new San Francisco transplant. As the ad notes, "newly minted tech employees preferred" for this "awesome studio apartment."

Listed at $4,000 for a 15-square-foot space, the structure comes listed with the following amenities (pets are permitted):

This cozy Castro studio boasts ultra-modern design, chic red skylight, and cool fixtures - including built-in love seat. Easy access to the street, steps from bustling, trendy Castro eateries and bars. Very close to public transportation and Google bus-adjacent. Snap up this Castro gem before it's gone!

You can't beat the location.

Any takers?

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