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If you plan to thrive in the San Francisco Bay area, keep in mind it ranks as one of the country's hottest housing markets - and by hot, we mean expensive. Finding affordable housing in a safe neighborhood can be a challenge. With rental options as diverse as the population, you can still find a bargain for your buck in an ideal location in the South of Market (SoMa) neighborhood.

Known as a dynamic cultural hub with an edgy urban vibe, South of Market offers some of the highest and lowest rent prices in the city. SoMa has long outgrown its South of the Slot reputation of falling on the wrong side of the cable car track separating the once-rough industrial district from the more affluent Financial District. Home to some of the city's top cultural attractions, SoMa has become a dynamic place to live and work. These days SoMa's reputation spins around vibrant social hot spots in a cultural hub.

SoMa Apartments & Rentals in San Fran

Apartments in South of Market come in slightly under the city average of $3500 with one-bedrooms starting in the $2800 range. If those prices cause a sense of panic, relax. A diverse neighborhood in a diverse city offers diverse rent prices. Sure, you can rent the swanky, executive month-to-month rental on the water listed at $19,000 or go to the other extreme and pick a super small studio dipping below two grand. You could make a realistic choice for an apartment in the average price range.

Pet Friendly Apartments in SoMa

While many high-end units restrict pets, some apartments in SoMa San Francisco allow a dog or cat. Pet-friendly rentals fill up fast creating a market for more pet stores, doggy daycare other doggy business continues to thrive. With strict rules for leashed dogs in most area parks, SoMa dog lovers celebrated the opening of Rincon Hill Dog Park in 2012. Located at the base of the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge, Rincon Hill was the dream of a few neighborhood dog lovers. Featuring public areas for unleashed fun, the park is operated by volunteers.

Commuting & Transit in SoMa San Francisco

While many residents walk or bike to work, several South of Market transportation options are available. Commuters can take advantage of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) bus line, MUNI. Stationed in SoMa, Caltrain travels between San Jose and San Francisco while (BART) Bay Area Rapid Transit operates under and around the greater Bay area with three lines under Market Street. Residents can also catch the F-line Street Car on Market Street. Within 30 miles, 14 Amtrak stations and international airports in San Francisco and Oakland expand travel options.

So Much Culture in SoMa

From music to museums, South of Market is a dream for lovers of the arts. The highly acclaimed MOMA (the Modern Art Museum) headlines a list of impressive museums in Yerba Buena. The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts features art displays, live performances, and a variety of cultural events.

SoMa's nightlife attracts young professionals to traditional pubs, high-class lounges, and over-the-top gay bars. Similar to other SoMa offerings, food comes in many forms. Customers can enjoy world-class restaurants or street corner hot dogs. Authentic Indian cuisine and greasy thick burgers are all part of the multi-cultural mix of food and fun.

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