Apartment hunting is fun, but it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the number of available options. Even more, when you move to a big city. The process of finding a studio apartment in San Francisco should be tireless and enjoyable. After all, living in a city like San Francisco is pretty special. The sheer number of arts, music, sports, dining, and entertainment possibilities are endless.
So, to make your search for a San Francisco apartment even more successful, consider moving into a furnished rental. Blueground provides turnkey apartments that include inviting decor and all household conveniences. Plus, the length of the lease is flexible. While you consider this, take a minute to review some of the best studio apartments San Francisco has to offer.
Neighborhood: Hayes Valley
With its central location, 100 Van Ness is just a few steps away from many restaurants, cafes, stores, and public transit stops. A major highlight of the apartment building at 100 Van Ness is the rooftop. It’s situated 375 feet above the ground, with sweeping panoramic views. You can see the Golden Gate Bridge, Twin Peaks, Giants baseball stadium, and all that the city has to offer. There is ample seating spread all along the perimeter, a lush garden, bocce ball court, and fire pit. Besides the amenities, the modern studio apartments are spacious and provide lots of natural lighting.
Neighborhood: South Park
246 Ritch is the perfect combination of design and functionality. Living here means total convenience, as the Cal-Train is located just three blocks away. Every unit has some sort of outdoor space, whether it is a balcony or a spacious private deck. These modern studio apartments have been outfitted to suit every renter’s needs.
Neighborhood: Downtown SF
The Towers at Rincon run alongside the bay. So, residents have views of the water from many vantage points. Being close to the bay means you have access to the walking/running path along the Embarcadero. There are grassy lawn areas, trees, and lots of space to exercise while taking in the picturesque water views. These luxury apartments are also close to the Ferry Building, so you can hop on and head to Sausalito or the East Bay. Besides the idyllic location, the studio apartment layouts allow for the most space and comfort possible. With high-end finishes and private balconies, these are some of the top studio apartments in San Francisco.
Neighborhood: South Beach
This furnished studio apartment in San Francisco is located in the heart of the vibrant South Beach neighborhood. The Ferry Building, Giants stadium, and the Embarcadero are all within walking distance. Many great eateries, parks, shops, and even a dog park are also nearby. Bayside Village Place offers many amenities to its residents. Swim at any of the three heated pools, relax inside one of the several sauna rooms, or take an on-site aerobics class. There is also a movie theater room, a deli, small grocery store, and a tennis court.
Neighborhood: Lower Pacific Heights
This furnished studio apartment rental is in Lower Pacific Heights. You can easily escape city life for a bit when you hang out at neighboring Lafayette Park. It has grass lawns, views of the bay, tennis courts, and an off-leash area where dogs can play. Also, there is lively street culture, many Asian restaurants, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and other shopping all within reach. The California St. and Van Ness Ave Cable car station is one-minute walk away.
Neighborhood: Between Hayes Valley and SoMA
The NEMA apartment building in San Francisco offers luxurious and eco-friendly living. The architects designed and built NEMA with a minimized environmental footprint. Some highlights include three landscaped terraces located on different floors throughout the building. Each terrace offers WiFi, a sound system and outdoor heaters for year-round comfort. One of the terraces features a 60-foot lap pool, an oversized fire pit, surrounded by comfortable seating, and beautiful grassy areas.
Besides the breathtaking terraces, NEMA offers two lobbies, one in the north tower and one in the south tower. There is a Club and Energy Solarium with communal seating, a 65-inch TV, pool table and fireplace. Additionally, there is a 7,000-square-foot fitness center, a separate group fitness studio, and spa treatment rooms.