Rentals in San Francisco, CA (179)

       
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650 2nd St

650 2nd St

San Francisco, CA 94107
$8,000/mo

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1000 3rd St.

1000 3rd St. #603

San Francisco, CA 94158
$5,900/mo

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1231 8th Ave

1231 8th Ave #Unit 4

San Francisco, CA 94122
$3,650/mo

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1848 29TH Av

1848 29TH Av

San Francisco, CA 94122
$5,380/mo

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6 Mint Plaza

6 Mint Plaza #404

San Francisco, CA 94103
$6,695/mo

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960 Harrison

960 Harrison #B

San Francisco, CA 94107
$4,895/mo

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1260 Broadway

1260 Broadway #206

San Francisco, CA 94109
$4,495/mo

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1690 Broadway

1690 Broadway #506

San Francisco, CA 94109
$2,600/mo

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1725 PINE St.

1725 PINE St. #6

San Francisco, CA 94109
$3,195/mo

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1740 Broadway

1740 Broadway #403

San Francisco, CA 94109
$6,695/mo

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Located at the tip of the scenic San Francisco Peninsula, San Francisco is a thriving community at the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area. With more than 7 million individuals calling the area home, it is one of the most densely populated cities in the United States. Aside from the temperate climate and beautiful beaches, San Francisco has much to offer both visitors and tenants alike. The city is well-known for its unique local culture, the rolling hills on which the city is built, and the trolley cars that run through the streets.

Moving to San Francisco requires a bit of planning on the part of renters. San Francisco itself is composed of 36 official neighborhoods, with several neighboring communities making up the Bay Area. Each of these neighborhoods has something unique to offer renters.

The Outer Sunset district is particularly popular with families, with many great schools located in the area. Renters in Outer Sunset primarily rent single family homes, though there are also apartments available for rent. This neighborhood is sometimes referred to as Beachtown, thanks to the local surf culture.

Market Street, one of the city's most famous thoroughfares, is a great location for anyone looking for a short commute. Public transportation in the vicinity is prolific, with trolleys, buses, and the BART system providing residents with an easy way to access all parts of San Francisco. Beginning at The Embarcadero and continuing into Southwest San Francisco, there are plenty of different rental options along Market Street. From townhouses to loft apartments, duplex options to studios, there is something for everyone along Market Street.

Nob Hill is an affluent neighborhood in San Francisco, with many wealthy families and young workers living in the area. Its close proximity to Chinatown and its many luscious parks make this area a particularly popular location in San Francisco. Renters can expect to find luxury condos and small apartments for rent in Nob Hill. Full-size homes may also be available for rent from time to time.

Richmond, located in northwest San Francisco, is another great location for renters to consider. This is a particularly scenic area of the city, and is perfect for nature lovers. The nearby ocean and two national parks provide plenty of green space to residents in this area. Richmond may also be particularly attractive to those in search of pet-friendly rentals, as the surrounding area is a perfect place for Fido to spend hours exploring outdoors.

The natural beauty of San Francisco, combined with its many diverse neighborhoods and its own unique feel, make this bustling metropolis one of the most exciting places to call home in the United States. Renters will be certain to enjoy all that the city of San Francisco has to offer, basking in the hot California sun and soaking up time in the city's markets. Regardless of what brings one to San Francisco, this incredible city has plenty of entertainment options, cultural attractions, and local landmarks to make anyone feel at home.