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 $2,100/month. The good news is: you have more to choose from than just studios. The bad news is: there's a lot of gross carpet. You tell us which lease you'd sign.
↑ In Nob Hill, this one bedroom 1970s relic is asking $2,150/month. It's got 650 square feet, with a real living room and separate bedroom. The bathroom has been recently renovated, but the kitchen has appliances that will likely pre-date anyone who rents this apartment. The carpet and kitchen flooring are drab. But there's laundry in the building and parking available for an extra $300/month.
↑ In Glen Park, this 2-bedroom, 1-bath is asking $1,995/month. It's got a large, bright kitchen with a private deck. Oddly, hardwood is in the bedrooms and carpet is in the living room. No parking or laundry or pets.
↑ In the Central Richmond, this one bedroom is asking $2,150/month. It's got some charm - including a fireplace in the living room - and a bright kitchen. The living and bedroom have hardwood. No parking or laundry or pets either.
↑ In the Inner Sunset, this drab one bedroom is asking $2,150/month. The building kinda looks like a prison, and the carpet is depressing grey, but the rental includes garage parking for one car.