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Vara, a new build at 1600 15th St., is for the Mission hipster with money to burn. The building even boasts bike parking and an on-site bike-repair shop.
Price: From $3,008 (studio) to $7,731 (two bedrooms)
This cozy (read: only 415 square feet) two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment at 2971 California St. in the tony Pacific Heights neighborhood has an open floor plan, a fireplace and bay windows. Bonus: There’s a pool on the property.
The Avalon at 255 King St. comes with all the bells and whistles of a luxury doorman building, including a fancy fitness center, spa, basketball court and rock-climbing wall.
Price: From $3,130 (studio) to $5,400 (two bedrooms)
This spacious, newly renovated two-bedroom, one-bathroom corner unit at 1903 Golden Gate Ave. has old-school charm (vaulted ceilings, a working fireplace) and modern amenities (stainless-steel appliances, pre-wired hookups).
NEMA, the new luxury building at 8 Tenth St., is the mid-Market stunner right around the corner from the Twitter building. It calls for very deep pockets.
Price: From $3,885 (studio) to $7,615 (two bedrooms)
This one-bedroom, two-bathroom loft at 1325 Indiana St. is front and center in the trendy Dogpatch neighborhood. Expect modern amenities--stainless-steel appliances, granite countertops, polished concrete floors--and the best weather in town.
Let’s face it: Apartment hunting sucks, especially if you have pets. It’s still a mystery how so many people living in San Francisco have dogs and cats when only 29 percent of buildings allow them.
Thankfully, the apartment-rental website and app Lovely lets you search for buildings where pets are welcome; it even sends real-time notifications when new listings hit the market. According to Lovely’s most recent report, you’re most likely to find a home for Katniss or Fifi in Dogpatch, Mission Bay, SoMa, Western Addition and South Beach. Not a huge surprise, considering that’s where most new high-rises are popping up.
Check out our slideshow of pro-pet properties currently on the market.
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