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 looked at some the the winners in the Curbed Cup so far.
The Mission beat out Russian Hill, so we wanted to find a place that would really give you a taste of the neighborhood. The tastes we found were Anthony's Cookies, Mission Pie, and Papalote, all within a block. This studio is right in the thick of things at 25th and Valencia, and will set you back $1,995 per month. The unit gets lots of light, has a small kitchen with a "breakfast nook," and has a giant closet. Parking (two spots) is a whopping $350 per month, but pets are allowed and there's laundry on site. [craigslist]
The Dogpatch came out on top over Noe Valley earlier this week, and it was no surprise that inventory is quite low given how much the residents love it. We found this one bedroom for $2,050 on 22nd at 3rd. It's basic but nice -- the kitchen has been redone, the bathroom looks squeaky clean, and there are tons of windows. Biggest selling point? Across the street for Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous. Might want to start sizing up your jeans now. [craigslist]
The Upper Haight bested Billionaire's Row with a great selection of restaurants, bars, and parks. You can live on the very lovely Waller Street in this studio for $1,925. It's got loads of charm: high ceilings, a fireplace, and a really nice paint job. Parking is included in the rent, which is a godsend when the tourists descend and you're left circling the block. [craigslist]