It's quite clear that the San Francisco rental market is hot, hot, hot right now, so here at Curbed we're going to bring you a bevy of rental properties each week for your perusal. This week, not only do we have rental fever, we've got Giants fever! We've picked a few rentals within (sunflower seed) spitting distance of the ballpark. Here's hoping your newest neighbors are the next World Series Champs!
Studio: Let's start with this studio unit just a smidge over on 3rd and Townsend. It's got a nice modern look with glossy dyed concrete floors and nice high ceilings. You've got a fully-stocked apartment: gourmet stainless appliances, including a dishwasher; fancy bathroom with rain-shower; and your very own washer and dryer. Not only does the unit have a private deck, but the building has a huge roof deck with a hot tub and grill. Ultimate pre-game and post-game party over at your place, for $2,500 per month. [craigslist]
One Bedroom: For $3,200 per month, you can move closer to the action on Willie Mays Street over at the Beacon. You'll get a one-bedroom plus a "tech nook," known by normal people as an office. The apartment looks nice and well-laid out, though we're not huge fans of the white kitchen. You've got amenities in (dishwasher, laundry) and out (fitness center, security, lap pool), so your rent goes a little further. The unit includes parking, which is an extra bonus on game day, when parking can cost up to $100 when the G-men play the Fall Classic. [craigslist]
Two Bedroom: For $4,395, you'll get two bedrooms and bathrooms at 88 King, directly across from the ballpark. This unit has views from every room or feel free to step on your private balcony to take in the game-time spirit. We love the floor-to-ceiling bay windows - why wouldn't every unit with views do this? The unit looks great and not like it will be too outdated condo-y if you can afford to stay for a few seasons. Parking is included, and you get laundry in the unit. There's even a roof top pool and BBQ pit for viewing post-game fireworks.