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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, we bring you spots in the Financial District - perfect for 1%ers or wannabes working long bankers' hours. Nothing here is budget, so we picked a few bedroom options instead.

Studio: This 512 square foot studio is not cheap at $2,520, but it's one of the least expensive options in the neighborhood. It's way up on the 20th floor, giving you views of the Bay Bridge, and if you're not afraid of heights, there's even a rooftop deck for better views. The Bay Club is right nearby for tennis and squash with the city's finest. The unit itself is nice but basic - we like the breakfast bar and the nice natural light. No word on what the storage or laundry situation is, so serious clothes horses may not need apply. [craigslist]

One Bedroom: This one bedroom for $2,790 stood out with its amazing natural light. It has its own balcony overlooking the courtyard, and views of the Transamerica Pyramid. The kitchen has full appliances but is by no means knock-your-socks-off gourmet, though it is an "open kitchen," we're hoping it's open to the loving living room. The Eureka Theater is downstairs for those who like their laughs (or tears) from a live performer. [craigslist]

Two Bedroom A two bedroom for $6,000 is the kind of thing you'll see regularly in the FiDi. This one is fine -- it sits across from the Transamerica Pyramid and can prove it with views - but it seems like a lot of money to pay for an "upgraded" apartment with bedroom doors that remind us of a Radisson ballroom. We are digging the open kitchen with a giant island. It comes fully furnished, with some suitably boring furnishings. The main amenity to speak of? Multiple parking spots are available. [craigslist]

· 440 Davis [craigslist]
· 550 Battery [craigslist]
· Bush and Montgomery [craigslist]