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What $2,700/Month Rents You in San Francisco

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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: $2,700.

↑ On budget at $2699/month, this studio in Mission Dolores certainly isn't cheap, but it's newly renovated and features some pretty sweet amenities. Parking and laundry are located on-site, and there's also a massive heated outdoor pool. Sadly, pet owners will need to look elsewhere, but did we mention there's a pool?


↑ Nestled right in the heart of SoMa, this roughly 450-square-foot junior one-bedroom can be yours for a budget-busting $2759/month. The unit is clean and well appointed, and features plenty of natural light. Parking is available in an attached garage (presumably for a fee), and there's also on-site laundry. The listing makes no mention of pets, so we'll go ahead and assume they're not welcome without at minimum an added fee and a perfect pet resume.

↑ With a prime Pacific Heights location and stellar views of the bay, this junior one-bedroom on Pacific Avenue is asking $2,650/month. This apartment's interior is a tad dated, but who needs hardwood floors when you've got that view? There's laundry in the building, but no pets are allowed. Car-owning renters may find themselves endlessly circling the block, because this pad is parking-free.


↑ Located in the fog-tastic Outer Richmond, this one-bedroom flat features hardwood floors and heaps of natural light, and clocks in under budget at $2,650/month. Unfortunately, there's no parking or on-site laundry, and pets are strictly forbidden. However, at 1083 square feet, it's definitely spacious by San Francisco standards.


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Mission Dolores Basilica

3321 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94114