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117 apartments for rent near Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA

2043 Bush Street #5
Lower Pacific Heights
2 Bed
$3,999
1388 Gough St. #403
Lower Pacific Heights
2 Bed
$4,495
2467 Sutter Street #3
Lower Pacific Heights
2 Bed
$4,495
Results within 1 miles of Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco, CA
L Seven
350 8th St
Studio
$3,022
1 Bed
$3,745
2 Bed
$5,025
Alchemy by Alta
200 Buchanan St
Studio
$3,120
1 Bed
$3,699
2 Bed
$5,980
Nob Hill Place
1155 Jones St
Studio
$2,250
1 Bed
$2,700
AVA 55 Ninth
55 9th St
Studio
$3,240
1 Bed
$3,559
2 Bed
$4,655
Pinnacle at Nob Hill
899 Pine St
Studio
$2,100
1 Bed
$2,600
Wilson Building
973 Market St
Studio
$3,000
1 Bed
$3,200
2 Bed
$3,975
Avalon Hayes Valley
325 Octavia St
Studio
$3,115
1 Bed
$3,740
2 Bed
$4,960
Venn
1844 Market St
Studio
Ask
1 Bed
$3,209
2 Bed
$4,160
2175 Market
2175 Market St
1 Bed
$3,532
2 Bed
$3,724
1320 Lombard
1320 Lombard St
Studio
$3,195
1 Bed
$4,800
2 Bed
$4,495
795 PINE
795 Pine St
Studio
$3,600
1 Bed
$4,395
The Terraces
1330 Bush St
Studio
$2,423
1 Bed
$3,199
Glasdore Lofts
30 Dore St
Studio
$2,295
1 Bed
$3,095
2 Bed
$4,095
1560 SACRAMENTO
1560 Sacramento St
1 Bed
$3,395
Ava Nob Hill
965 Sutter St
Studio
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1 Bed
$3,255
2 Bed
$4,520
737 PINE
737 Pine St
Studio
$3,900
1 Bed
$3,495
2 Bed
Ask
735 TAYLOR
735 Taylor St
Studio
$1,895
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City Guide
Lower Pacific Heights, San Francisco
Moving to Lower Pacific Heights

How Much Will It Cost?

Well, it's still San Francisco, so we trust you're hunting for excitement, not bargains. Lower Pacific Heights is more affordable than some of its neighboring areas like Hayes Valley, and a significantly better deal than its older, uphill brother, Pacific Heights, or Presidio Heights to the west. The good news is that crossing just a few streets can save you enough money to really take advantage of the good eats and shopping outside your front door. Expect to spend.

Things To Consider

City life isn't always friendly to cars, and San Francisco residents may find parking a challenge. However, Lower Pacific Heights benefits greatly from its easy public transit access and central location.

It's a great idea to visit this emerging neighborhood before deciding to make the move -- it's constantly inventing itself and inviting new residents. An in-person look is sure to help you zero in on just the right street for you.

What Do You Need To Live Here?

Besides a light jacket, you'll need the usual apartment hunter toolkit: your credit history, references and, sometimes, proof of income. Be prepared to focus intently on your search. San Francisco's fast-paced tech industry lends some light-speed expectations to the rental process, so if you see something you like, don't delay!

Living in Lower Pacific Heights

Lower Pacific Heights is an emerging community born of surrounding neighborhoods and the San Francisco spirit of individuality. You can't beat its access to great dining, drinking and fun corridors along Fillmore Street and Divisadero Street. And you can't beat the public transit access, with major bus lines crisscrossing Lower Pac Heights, ready to get you to work or the beach in no time at all without the stress of parking.

Then again, you might just want to hoof it, taking advantage of the Fillmore climb to balance the great dining and drinking. You'll be around a mile from Alamo Square -- you may know it as hey-isn't-this-that-place-from-the-Full-House-credits (yup, it is) and less than one mile from Alta Plaza Park, which also boasts some can't-miss San Francisco vistas.

Locals and visitors alike love the diverse, quintessentially San Francisco neighborhood architecture, from the Painted Ladies to local churches strengthened with medieval flying buttress technology to protect against those famous City rumbles. Invite your family to visit you in your new Lower Pacific Heights apartment, but make them stay in the chic and fun Hotel Kabuki in Japantown -- not that you'll need an excuse to check out the authentic sushi and great shopping found just to the south of your new home.