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 $2,300/month. You tell us which lease you'd sign.
↑ In the Mission, $2,300/month gets you an adorable studio on Albion Street. Lots of charm is packed into the place, including a window seat in the bedroom area and a great albeit tiny kitchen with a big window that floods the space with natural light. There's also two closets, one of which is a large walk-in. No pets and there's no parking.
↑ For $2,250 you can have an 800 square foot remodeled one bedroom with one bathroom in the Inner Richmond. It's flooded with light, there's hardwood flooring. Have a car? Great! Because it comes with parking in your very own garage. There's no laundry and no pets are allowed, though.
↑ In the Lower Haight, a 450 square foot studio on the top floor is being offered for $2,250. The apartment's been renovated, and has what appears to be a pretty decent kitchen complete with garbage disposal and dishwasher. There's also a dining nook off the kitchen. There's laundry facilities in the common area and there's no mention of a pet policy.
↑ At the corner of Castro and Market is a one bedroom asking $2,229. Its architectural elements are bland, but it does seem a bit roomy and you can't beat the location. Other highlights include a private patio and granite countertops in the kitchen. There's parking in the garage for an extra fee and there aren't any pets allowed.
↑ And finally, $2,340 over in North Beach will score you a large one bedroom with zero architectural charm but a gigantic and open kitchen. The unit clocks in at 501 square feet. No parking but there's no mention of the pet policy.