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 $3,200/month, which recent data suggests is the median rental rate for San Francisco right now. You tell us which lease you'd sign.
↑ In the FiDi, a little bit over budget at $3,300 is this 658 square foot one-bed, one-bathroom apartment that allows both cats and dogs. In 2006, the building was converted to residential condos, so everything's pretty new. There are amenities like a rooftop patio. Other highlights include in-unit washer/dryer.
↑ This fully remodeled two-bedroom in the Tendernob will run you $3195/month. While remodeled, there are beautiful architectural details throughout, like hardwood flooring and mouldings. There's also a dishwasher and an in-unit washer/dryer. It's pet friendly.
↑ This Western Addition two-bedroom clocks in at 700 square feet. It has one bathroom. It's pet friendly, and there's laundry in the basement. It seems a little dark and drab, but has good architectural bones.
↑ $3200 gets you a fully furnished one-bedroom apartment in Noe Valley. The apartment's pretty spacious at 950 square feet. While the location and size can't be beat, the apartment's kitchen and bathroom are very dated. There's baby blue carpet in most of the home. No pets and no parking.
↑ In Pacific Heights, $3,200/month will get you a ground floor one-bedroom apartment in a beautiful Victorian building. The unit's 800 square feet, but is dated. Sadly, there is both brown and red carpet. In addition to being directly across the street from Lafayette Park, the home also has access to a large redwood deck and shared back garden complete with large Koi pond. Pets negotiable. No parking.