Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various San Francisco neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $3,200.
↑ This recently renovated bi-level loft just off Haight Street in the Upper Haight is in a nondescript turn-of-the-century building. Bonus points: there's a separate office and also access rights to a large professionally maintained garden. Rent? $3,195/month. Laundry's on the premises, and there's no mention of pets or parking.
↑ For $3,250/month, you can rent a one-bedroom condo at The Potrero in Potrero Hill. The biggest sell? Whole Foods is the ground floor retail. The development is still fairly new, so all the finishes and appliances are gleaming. Building amenities include a fitness center and roof deck. There's one-car parking in the garage, but sadly there is a no pets policy. The unit does have its own in-unit laundry though.
↑ If you're looking for a charming Art Deco apartment this one bedroom rental in the Inner Sunset is your best bet. It's $3,195/month, and is on the top floor. There are hardwood floors throughout, and the bathroom was recently remodeled. Extra bonuses include a bunch of closets including a walk-in closet and two skylights in the apartment. Cats are ok, but no dogs. There's no parking but the building has on-site common laundry.
↑ In Alamo Square, $3,150/month gets you a bright one bedroom apartment in a small building with plenty of curb appeal. Let's get the ugh out of the way: the kitchen is a time capsule, and not in a good way. That said, it does have a back screen door to a small balcony area. No pets, but there's parking and laundry on-site.