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2660 3rd St

2660 3rd St, San Francisco, 94107, CA

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2660 3rd St Description
$1,100/month single rooms available in spacious luxury apartments at Dogpatch.

Building amenities: 24/7 gym, front desk concierge, secured access, resident lounges, game room, storage room, etc.

Apartment amenities: In-unit washer/dryer, stainless steel appliances, central A/C & heater.

HomeShare offers housemate matching services at no additional cost and affordable shared rooms in brand-new, luxury apartments, perfect for those looking for affordability, convenience, and a nice place.

12-month lease, no pets allowed.
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2660 3rd St Amenities
Community Level
Plenty of Restaurants
Walk Score
In-Unit Washer and Dryer
24-Hour Fitness Center
Attached Parking Garage (at additional cost)
Hardwood Floors
Bike Room
Resident Lounge and Kitchen
Unique Floorplans
Air Conditioning and Central Heating
Stainless Steel Appliances
Luxury Stone Countertops
Easy Access to I-280
Minute Walk to Caltrain
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unknown user
Lived here for a few years
pretty good
unknown user
Colorado, Stanford
Excellent vibe near ball park
4th and King. Great location next to caltrain, the ball park, and safeway. Two minutes from 280, perfect for peninsula commuters.
unknown user
Harvard
Fantastic Intersection!
Loved living a short distance from the water. Perfect location for Fort Mason's sunday farmer's market, the bar scene on both Polk and in the Marina, and best of all, Loving Cup, the best frozen yogurt in SF.
unknown user
UGA, Stanford
Quiet Neighborhood
Great, chill neighborhood with good restaurants. Easy walk down the hills to both North Beach and the Financial District. Definitely recommend!
unknown user
Berkeley
Everything you ever need within 2 blocks
I miss living here. Amazing food, coffee, and bars within walking distance. Also close to a Walgreens.
review user
UPenn, Zimride
Great place to live
I love the Tenderloin Heights area, or so I've called it. You're just out of the Tenderloin craziness, but it's so close if you want to hit a dive bar or some great ethnic food. It's a short walk to BART, but you're out of the tourist zone of Union Square. And you don't have to walk all the way up to Nob Hill.
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Kent State
North Beach
My buddy lives in North Beach and I have stayed with him many times. It is a great diverse town that has a great China Town as well as my favorite Little Italy I have ever been too. Great food, great shops, and no need for a car because the transportation is cheap and fun. My buddy loves it here and it is a great place to land.
unknown user
Stanford, Michigan, Bain & Company
Telegraph Hill
Pros: - Nice to be close to the water & the Embarcadero - Streets are quiet at night - Close to a nice selection of bars & several restaurants in North Beach - Accessible (walkable) to North Beach, Nob Hill, FiDi, etc (even SOMA) Cons: - Need to avoid the tourist traps of North Beach - A bit of a trek up the hill to get up to livelier areas - Not super close to the BART - Can be pretty quiet/dead in the immediate surroundings (may also be a pro) Overall a great place to sublet for a few months over the summer!
unknown user
Great spot for those just out of college
On Polk Street, you are steps from a ton of bars and restaurants, but the street is definitely younger (and dirtier) than Union, Fillmore or Chestnut. Parking is awful so a spot is a must have in this area. Super convenient for those working in the Financial District (15 minute bus ride) and only 10-15 minute walk (downhill) to Cow Hollow/Marina
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Yale
Upper/Lower Haight Boarder
If you love small bars, unpretentious people, and the buzz of a rapidly evolving neighborhood...go no further. The Haight, particularly the lower Haight, has great food, fun pubs and muni lines to take you to all areas of the city. Try the Little Chihuahua, Ragazza, Uva or Magnolia Pub to get a good feel for the area. While the upper Haight has more historical color, the density of aggressive homeless people as you get closer to Golden Gate Park often keeps me on the East side of Divisadero.
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