San Francisco’s rental market is exploding.
According to a report released by online real estate marketplace Zumper last week, San Francisco is the most expensive place to rent a one-bedroom apartment.
The study found that the median rent for one bedroom in San Francisco was $US3,100, compared to $US2,995 in New York City and $US2,250 in Boston.
Our friends at Zumper helped us compile a list of one-bedroom apartments you can rent for around the median price in different San Francisco neighborhoods.
Neighbourhood: Civic Center
Located at the top of Cathedral Hill, you'll get spectacular views of the city. Amenities include a gym, indoor saltwater pool and sauna.
Neighbourhood: North Beach
There may not be a washer, dryer, or a dishwasher, but there is 600 square feet of space to furnish.
There's ample closet space and a fitness center in the building.
Neighbourhood: Pacific Heights
It's not the most modern apartment, but it has nice floor-to-ceiling windows and hardwood floors.
Neighbourhood: South Beach
It's got a great location, too -- right across the street from the Creamery, the coffee shop that's popular with VCs and startup folks.
Neighbourhood: Lake Street
It may be far from the startup action in SOMA, but this apartment does come fully furnished with a queen-sized bed, large TV, and washer and dryer.
Neighbourhood: Inner Sunset
If you work in tech, the location may not be all that convenient, but it's within walking distance of beautiful Golden Gate Park.
The kitchen is modern and clean, but not really separate from the living room.
The kitchen was renovated to include granite countertops and new appliances, but it still has some classic exposed brick.
Neighbourhood: Telegraph Hill
Utilities are also included, as well as access to a fitness center and the Embarcadero waterfront.
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