Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, where we scour San Francisco's rental listings to see what your monthly budget will get you across the city. This week, we're investigating apartments listed for $4,300/month. What can above-average rent get you around the city? You tell us which lease you'd sign.
↑ In SoMa, this bi-level 1-bed, 2-bath loft is asking $4,250/month. It's a corner unit with huge windows, a fireplace, wood floors downstairs, in-unit laundry, parking, and a modern kitchen with stainless and granite. The two bathrooms are also modern, and the upstairs bath features a jacuzzi tub. The bedroom is carpeted and lofted, so it lacks privacy. No pets.
↑ In Pac Heights, this oversized 1-bed, 1-bath is asking $4,250/month. It's got just over 1,000 square feet, with a dining area and large living room with a fireplace and built-ins. There's hardwood in the living area and carpet in the bedroom. The kitchen is small with dated appliances but has lots of cabinets. The building has a roof deck and common laundry. The unit comes with a parking space. No pets.
↑ In Mission Bay, this 2-bed, 2-bath condo is renting for $4,300/month. The photos are scarce, but show off the big windows and nice appliances in the kitchen - even the inside of the refrigerator. Parking is included. The building is loaded with amenities, such as an open air sundeck with 75-foot pool, landscaped roof-top gardens, outdoor grill and dining area, resident lounge and game room, screening room, and fitness center.
↑ In the Castro, this top-floor 2-bed, 1-bath in a Victorian is going for $4,250/month. It's got hardwood throughout, panoramic views, and a super nice-looking kitchen. Pets are negotiable, but parking is not included - it will cost you an extra $200/month.