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1,621 Apartments for rent near Civic Center, San Francisco, CA

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146 McAllister St. Photo Gallery 1
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$1,550
333 sqft
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The property at 146 McAllister San Francisco, CA and is managed by Mosser Companies, a reputable property management company with verified listings on http://www.rentcafe.com/. This community offers Studio to 1 bedroom apartments ranging in size from 450 to 500 sq.ft. Amenities include Controlled Access/Gated, Elevator, Laundry Facilities and more. Property is located in the 94102 ZIP code. For more details, contact our office at (415) 673-1608 or use the online contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible. THE APARTMENT AMENITIES - Historic architecture - Onsite Laundry Facility - Controlled, non-key access - Restaurant and retail onsite - Upgraded, modern apartment finishes - Hard Wood Flooring 99 Walk Score – Walkers Paradise THE NEIGHBORHOOD PLACES TO BE - Same block as UC Hastings College of the Law - One block from UN Plaza and Civic Center - home of Heart of the City Farmer's Market, Asian Art Museum, SF Public Library, and more - Three blocks from Whole Foods
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345 Fulton Photo Gallery 1
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$2,295
398 sqft
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Just west of Route 101 near Jefferson Square, this intimate community includes an elevator and convenient parking spaces. Hardwood floors, garbage disposal, and stainless steel appliances in units. Located in the historic Civic Center neighborhood.
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355 Fulton St Photo Gallery 1
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$2,295
416 sqft
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$3,195
625 sqft
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Its prime location puts you within walking distance of the theater, opera house and City Hall, along with dozens of shopping and dining spots. Units are cable-ready and have an in-unit washer and dryer.
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250 FELL St Photo Gallery 1
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$2,595
456 sqft
1 Bedroom
$3,095
456 sqft
This 1920's building features period detailing and bright and airy units. 250 Fell's location in Hayes Valley is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in San Francisco. It borders Haight-Ashbury, Western Addition/NOPA, SoMa, and Civic Center, making it one of the most walkable neighborhoods. This cultural epicenter is minutes from the San Francisco Symphony and SFJAZZ, as well as a plethora of boutiques, dining and nightlife. At RentSFNow, it's about partnership, not paperwork. Our one-application process makes it easy to find your piece of the San Francisco dream. With the largest portfolio of properties in the city, we specialize in updating classic buildings in choice locations. Your next home is where character meets state-of-the-art convenience. Iconic charm. Modern living.This unit is a rental unit subject to the San Francisco Rent Ordinance, which limits evictions without just cause, and which states that any waiver by a tenant of their rights under the Rent Ordinance is void as contrary to public policy.
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100 Van Ness Photo Gallery 1
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$3,300
439 sqft
1 Bedroom
$3,750
680 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$5,147
996 sqft
100 Van Ness combines elevation with elegance offering high rise living with sweeping views! Our amenity filled Rooftop Terrace elevates 374 feet above ground creating panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge, Twin Peaks, and everything in between! This world class building is conveniently located within walking distance to public transportation, shopping, dinning and entertainment.
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150 Van Ness Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$3,570
764 sqft
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$4,250
628 sqft
Residents of this luxury community enjoy two rooftop decks, a swimming pool and concierge service. Apartments feature balconies, floor-to-ceiling windows and in-unit laundry. Property is near the Herbst Theatre, San Francisco Symphony and much more.
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The Civic Photo Gallery 1
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$3,176
452 sqft
1 Bedroom
$3,150
644 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,765
751 sqft
The Civic Center is home to many of San Francisco's largest and most impressive cultural institutions, from the golden-domed City Hall to the Asian Art Museum, Supreme Court, Opera House, and more. These grand landmarks set the stage for a neighborhood that is innovative, sustainable, and bustling with life. The Civic Center is just that. Walk to work, take a bike, or hop on one of the 30 plus transit lines in the area. Find your new local hang among the many bars, cafes, and restaurants. Take your dog for a walk through the proxy market. When you are done, home will be waiting.
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50 Jones Apartments Photo Gallery 1
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$2,211
453 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,860
556 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,329
817 sqft
Amongst the hustle and bustle of Mid-Market, one of San Francisco’s hottest emerging neighborhoods, sits anoasis for everyday living. With transportation out your front door and tech giants steps away; your day starts withconvenience. When you come home, multiple relaxing designer spaces—from the solarium to the rooftops to thesecluded central park—help you leave your worries outside. Your dreams of city living and respite come together atJones + Market. This unit is a rental unit subject to the San Francisco Rent Ordinance, which limits evictions without just cause, and which states that any waiver by a tenant of their rights under the Rent Ordinance is void as contrary to public policy.
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Argenta Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$3,233
789 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$3,700
950 sqft
Just two blocks from Symphony Hall, these units offer hardwood floors, patios, bathtubs, new carpet, dishwashers, extra storage, garbage disposals, in-unit laundry, walk-in closets and more!
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355 Grove Street Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$2,695
*Move-in special: receive 4 weeks free for a limited time!* Located in the heart of Hayes Valley, 355 Grove is at the epicenter of Arts and Culture in San Francisco. Home to the world-renowned San Francisco Symphony, SF Opera House, and surrounding theaters and symphony halls, Hayes Valley has come to be known as one of the most culturally immersed neighborhoods in San Francisco. Choose from numerous boutique retail shops, fine dining, and one of a kind bars in a neighborhood that offers both convenience and culture. Also, a short walk to Alamo Square and the iconic Painted Ladies, this central San Francisco neighborhood.
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145 Fell Street Photo Gallery 1
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$2,295
1 Bedroom
$2,595
*Special Move-in Offer: Offering 4 Weeks Rent Free For A Limited Time!* 145 Fell Street is located in the heart of Hayes Valley. This building is a walker's paradise.145 Fell is one block away from Twitter HQ, Square HQ, Blue Bottle Coffee, & more. Catch some shows- two blocks away from Bill Graham Civic Auditorium & War Memorial Opera House, one block from the Rickshaw Stop and SF Jazz Center; the list goes on. Walk to Paxti's, Souvla, Smitten, Biergarten, the list goes on. There are also major public transportation and tech shuttle stops within a couple of blocks. 145 Fell Street offers studio and one bedroom apartments. Amenities include on-site management and laundry in building. This rental community is pet-friendly, welcoming both cats and dogs.
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150 Franklin Photo Gallery 1
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$1,895
Receive 4 Weeks Rent Free For A Limited Time!* For the urbanite who loves action, we offer San Francisco apartments in the Downtown/Civic Center neighborhood. Downtown buzzes night and day with non-stop action, tons of shopping, restaurants, bars and more. The Civic Center features the opera house, library, museum and plazas. San Francisco at its edgiest, this neighborhood never sleeps. Amenities include availability 24 Hours, gated access, laundry on site, dishwashers, efficient appliances, and more. This rental community is pet-friendly, welcoming both cats and dogs. Property is located in the 94102 ZIP code.
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512 Van Ness Avenue Photo Gallery 1
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720 Gough Street Photo Gallery 1
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$3,950
225 Fell St Photo Gallery 1
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$2,000
380 sqft
Open by appointment please call Jeff at 415-515-1736 North facing studio that looks out to the San Francisco Jazz Center and beyond. Very nice laundry and bike room in the building. In the heart of Hayes Valley where you have many restaurants and shops and great public transportation. Great group of tenants in the building and wonderful restaurants within a couple doors of the building. Please call Jeff at 415-515-1736 and he can explain the neighborhood and give you a showing of the property as well. You can text me at 415-385-5751 and I can send you a video
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855 Brannan Apartments Photo Gallery 1
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$2,885
600 sqft
1 Bedroom
$3,260
733 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$4,145
1010 sqft
Luxury community features rooftop deck, views of San Francisco skyline and fitness facilities. Residents enjoy units with private balcony, Caesarstone counters and A/C. Located in bustling SoMa, close to East and South Bay.
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The Terraces Photo Gallery 1
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$1,988
415 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,527
657 sqft
Residents enjoy luxurious in-unit amenities like patio or balcony, granite counters, and hardwood floors. Community features parking, on-site laundry and lobby. Located close to BART and MUNI for commuters.
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Geary Courtyard Photo Gallery 1
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$2,001
491 sqft
1 Bedroom
$2,513
718 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Located a few blocks away from Union Square with easy access to the Financial District, art museums and more. Modern apartments with fully-equipped kitchens, upgraded lighting and fitness center and pool.
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2396 Pine Street Photo Gallery 1
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2 Bedrooms
$4,795
850 sqft
2396 Pine St. is located in San Francisco, CA. It is managed by Mosser Companies - a reputable property management company. 2396 Pine St. offers a variety of studios to two-bedroom apartments. This rental community is pet-friendly, welcoming both cats and dogs. The property is located in the 94115 zip code. For more details, contact our office or use the online contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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The Quinn Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$3,225
611 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$4,779
1109 sqft
The Quinn is an exploration and an expression, looking beyond four walls and asking if the place where you live can be something truly inspiring. It’s a home born of collaboration, bringing together designers, architects, artists and creatives to craft a truly boutique residence. A special place, for the few who want something truly theirs, in a neighborhood that offers an authentic San Franciscan city experience.
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1964 Post Street Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$2,770
500 sqft
The property is located at 791 Kingston Ave. Oakland, CA is managed by Mosser Companies, a reputable property management company with verified listings on RentCafe.
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1525 Clay Street Photo Gallery 1
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1 Bedroom
$2,450
450 sqft
The property located at 1525 Clay St. in San Francisco, CA is managed by Mosser Companies, a reputable property management company with verified listings on https://www.rentcafe.com/. This community is in the heart of San Francisco’s Nob Hill District. Our units provide plentiful natural sunlight, wood flooring, and full eat-in kitchens. Being minutes from Civic Center, Fisherman’s Wharf, and North Beach offers tenants the ability to enjoy popular San Francisco attractions. THE APARTMENT AMENITIES - Historic Architecture - Large Bay Windows for Bright and Natural Sunlight - Wood Panel Accents on the walls - Spectacular views of Twin Peaks and Golden Gate Bridge 99 Walk Score – Walker’s Paradise THE NEIGHBORHOOD PLACES TO BE - Trader Joe’s down the street for easy access to groceries - Two short blocks to Polk Street – Hub for great restaurants and retail - Famous Swan Oyster Depot and Bob’s Donut & Pastry shop just a skip away - House of Prime Rib 4 blocks away! San Francisco’s Ic
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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the current price range for one-bedroom apartments in Civic Center?

Rental pricing for one-bedroom apartments in Civic Center ranges from $2,500 to $4,550 with an average rent of $3,471.

What is the current price range for two-bedroom apartments in Civic Center?

Rental pricing for two-bedroom apartments in Civic Center ranges from $3,300 to $5,850 with an average rent of $4,330.

How many apartments are currently available for rent in Civic Center?

There are 1,621 apartments currently available for rent in Civic Center.
Civic Center
Neighborhood Guide
Neighborhood overview

It's only a few blocks square in size, but the San Francisco Civic Center is home to many historic buildings, not the least of which is the Herbst Theatre, where the treaty between the U.S. and Japan was signed in 1951 to end the Pacific War.

Small in size but big on attractions, the Civic Center neighborhood in the City by the Bay features some of the greatest treasures of San Francisco, including the Opera House, the San Francisco City Library and the Supreme Court of California. Stuffed to the gills with museums, cultural experiences and public transit stops, it's understandably a fabulous place to set up shop, or home, or whatever. But there are two sides to the Civic Center, day and night. And those are the time periods you'll see this disparity. Containing the most prestigious buildings in the state, Civic Center is also neighbors with the Tenderloin, a rather notorious neighborhood that nervous types may want to avoid after dark. If you can appreciate the beauty of this dichotomy, the Civic Center will prove one of the most exciting and enchanting places to live.

Moving to the Civic Center

First off, skip the warm weather clothing; you're not moving to Southern California. The weather here is routinely chilly, damp and gray. That doesn't stop people from having fun, but it does mean you'll need to pack one of those windproof umbrellas. Spoiler alert: They don't work.

Also, the rental market is rough. R-U-F-F. Plan well in advance to start your search, and don't expect to find something before several months have passed. Make decisions quickly when an opportunity opens up, or you'll miss it. First and last month's rent, security deposit and your first born are typical requests. Also, these houses and one-bedroom apartments are historic and character filled. So bugs, chipping paint and questionable wiring are fairly standard. Embrace the chaos. And that goes for every day life too. This is a real cross section of humanity, so keep your sense of humor on command. Finally, parking is nearly nonexistent. Moving with a big ole truck (to an apt for rent with no elevator and narrow stairwells) will give you a headache from which you may never recover. Start downsizing now.

Neighborhoods in Civic Center

The Civic Center neighborhood takes up fewer than five square blocks, so there aren't major differences between one end and another, but here are some tips for finding the perfect location.

North: You'll find the Asian Art Museum, a smattering of restaurants and bars and the first edges of the Tenderloin in this area. It can be a bit run down closer to the edges, but it's quieter than other spots.

South: The arrow tip includes a hippier/hipstery vibe as you verge into Hayes Valley. There are also good restaurants, and it's a straight shot to Golden Gate Park.

East: You can argue that Market Street fully encompasses the east side. BART, MUNI, the UN Plaza and a few European style hostels are readily available. This is a busy, busy area, so if you love a bustling metropolis, park it here.

West: It's all about Van Ness Avenue in the west. Oodles of restaurants, shops, cinemas, art galleries, a weird classic car collection and bars, bars, bars. Van Ness is also the 101, so if you need to get somewhere in a hurry, well, you still won't. Traffic is insane here, but you're still at the front of the line.

Work Hard, Play Hard

Moving from anywhere to the city is an adjustment. Life is just different in San Francisco. It's the biggest little city only seven miles across but it's got a lot of personality packed into the place. People here are active; they're into healthy living and they love to walk. Seriously, your glutes will get some serious exercise here, between the long blocks and high hills! Sure, there's plenty of public transportation, including the MUNI, BART, Caltrain and trolleys, but if the destination is within a mile, you'll probably walk or bike there.

Food is big business here! There are just as many folks who love to cook at home as eat out nightly. Cost of living is fairly outrageous, so if you need to scale back, you can do so by hitting farmers' markets and mom-and-pop shops (of which there are oodles) and make a culinary masterpiece at home.

If you live here, expect to sample a little of everything, from the symphony and opera house to the library. All these gorgeous buildings should be investigated, and people will talk with you about them, at length. At night, you're spoiled for choice. Van Ness has a stop for every taste. Life is lived above the speed limit, but you'll learn to pause and savor every exhilarating moment when you live here.