Rincon Hill San Francisco is one of the city's vibrant new neighborhoods located south of the Financial District. Apartments in Rincon Hill enjoy panoramic views of the city and convenience to BART, the Bay Bridge, Muni, and the TransBay Terminal. Such amenities as roof-top spas, cyber cafes, urban parking, and expansive windows add luxury to apartment living in this area.
Rent in San Francisco is incredibly expensive, second only to New York City. Studio apartments in Rincon Hill start at $2300 to $2900, and a large two bedroom might rent for anywhere between $3600 to $5700. Apartments in Rincon Hill are mostly newly constructed and can include concierge service and abundant amenities. Nearby areas include South Beach Marina and South of Market, with rent prices that are similar.
If you love Indian food, several fine Indian restaurants can be found close to Rincon Hill. Walk to Folsom to Mehfil Indian Cuisine or Indian Bento on Howard Street. Sushi and tempura are other choices that are nearby. Head towards Rincon Point for Seoul on Wheels and great Korean fare. You will also be close to the Waterbar at the Embarcadero, for great views of the bay and menu of sustainable seafood with a bit of elegance. San Francisco is known for its diverse cuisine, and this neighborhood is close to it all. Head on over to Spear Street for rustic Italian fare at Palomino Restaurant and Bar.
Culture lovers will enjoy living near Moscone Center, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts and the San Francisco Museum of Art, all within walking or bus distance from your new home. Live theatre, cinemas and clubs are all part of the downtown district. Enjoy the renown DNA Lounge with guests and friends of all ages; it is not far from your new home. Annabelle's Bar and Bistro is also close to home and is near the Moscone Center.
Renting in a pet-friendly community is a bit of a challenge on Rincon Hill, but there are some communities that do allow pets. Anticipate the need to search around to find the pet policy that works for your needs and that of your furry friend when searching for Rincon Hill apartments.
You will be living near the Bay Bridge for excursions or work into Oakland or Berkeley. Moreover, the Ferry Building and travel across San Francisco Bay is easy. If you work in the Financial District or close to Market Street, you can bike, walk or take a bus to work. Since San Francisco is a most walkable city, you will love being close to everything, as well as the BART stations on Market Street. The closest station to home would be near Beale Street, although there are several along Market Street.
Your children might attend a private school located close to home, Youth Chance High School. Public schools are part of the San Francisco Unified School District and include Lau Elementary and Jean Parker Elementary Schools. The Downtown Continuation High School is also in the area, at Vermont Street near the Civic Center. Impact Academy of Arts & Technology and Five Keys Charter School are other public schools in the vicinity. Additionally, there are abundant fine private and parochial schools, both north and south of Market Street.