We've always known that the new Avalon Hayes Valley was going to be filled with very, very expensive rentals. Living in the heart of Hayes Valley will always come at a premium price, and the building is chock-full of amenities, from a pet spa to a 24-hour fitness center for anyone who wants to get a middle-of-the-night run in. Even still, the rents are heart-stoppingly high. When we last checked in on the Avalon, early indications showed that studios would start at $3,135 and the most expensive two-bedrooms would top out at $5,900. It turns out that prices have soared even higher than those expectations. The cheapest available studio is all of 449 square feet and costs $3,210, while the most expensive, at 509 square feet, is asking $3,835 per month.
One-bedrooms start at $3,650 and head on up to $4,645 for a two-level townhome-style unit that has one and a half bathrooms. And two-bedrooms run from $4,725 up to $6,610 for an apartment with Signature Collection upgrades, which include quartz stone countertops, a premium size front-loading washer and dryer, two free rooftop deck rentals each year, and in-home design consultations with Pottery Barn and West Elm.
Those rents, of course, don't include all of the additional fees. Every unit must pay $25 a month for trash collection, while pets incur a pet rent of $65 per animal and parking costs a minimum of $375 per month. At least one style of one-bedroom has already been fully rented out, so it seems as if somebody is willing to pay the sky-high rent.
· Avalon Hayes Valley Studios Will Start at $3,135, Seriously [Curbed SF]
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