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Housing costs too high? Apartment hunting is hard, but there are deals out there. So what do low-end rentals in North Beach look like these days?
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If you're seeking a new spot to live, you know how hard it can be to find a bargain nearby. So what does the low-end rental price in North Beach look like these days?
The master plan meets the terms of a 2016 legal settlement with the City. The Planning Commission closed public comment on its proposed master plan last week.
Listings in the neighborhood start at $2,395/month.
Need a budget-friendly new spot? Here are the cheapest listings in North Beach right now.
The historic Telegraph Hill restaurant's return has been delayed by neighbors claiming it would create too much noise and traffic.
The project proposal includes 84 bedroom suites with common living rooms and kitchens.
The City Attorney's office said it's "a baseless lawsuit and a classic case of NIMBYism."
The building that houses Coit Liquor may take up to two years to repair.
Most vacant properties aren't registered with the city, which is required by law.
Check out the cheapest rentals available today in the city's northeast.
Median rents for a 1-bedroom in North Beach are hovering around $3,300.