Curious just how far your dollar goes in San Francisco?
We've rounded up the latest places for rent via rental sites Zumper and Apartment Guide to get a sense of what to expect when it comes to finding apartment rentals in San Francisco if you've got up to $2,200/month earmarked for your rent.
Read on for the listings. (Note: Prices and availability are subject to change.)
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83 McAllister St. (Civic Center)
Here's a studio apartment located at 83 McAllister St. It's listed for $2,150/month.
When it comes to building amenities, anticipate an elevator, on-site laundry and a gym. The apartment also offers high ceilings and hardwood flooring. Cats and dogs are not permitted. Be prepared for a $40 application fee.
According to Walk Score's assessment, the surrounding area is a "walker's paradise," is great for biking and boasts excellent transit options.
(See the complete listing here.)
305 Hyde St. (Tenderloin)
Check out this studio apartment at 305 Hyde St. that's going for $2,195/month.
The listing promises a dishwasher in the apartment. Amenities offered in the building include on-site management and an elevator. For those with furry friends in tow, this property is pet-friendly.
According to Walk Score, the surrounding area is a "walker's paradise," is great for biking and boasts excellent transit options.
(Take a look at the full listing here.)
840 Van Ness Ave. (Tenderloin)
Finally,at 840 Van Ness Ave., here's a studio apartment that's also listed for $2,195/month.
The unit includes hardwood flooring and stainless steel appliances. For those with furry friends in tow, this property is pet-friendly. The rental doesn't require a leasing fee.
According to Walk Score's assessment, this location is a "walker's paradise," is convenient for biking and is a haven for transit riders.
(Take a gander at the complete listing here.)
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