Central Apartments – Vacancies! Rent Ready and Upcoming Studs!

Looking to live in a burgeoning SoMa neighborhood that is 3 blocks from the ballpark, across the street from beautiful South Park, a mere two blocks from Caltrain and a 15minute walk from the Powell/Montgomery BART stops, with oodles of MUNI lines, that’s close to major supermarkets, and containing one of San Francisco’s most thriving culinary scenes? Over here at 574 Third Street, Central Apartments, we currently have one rent ready studio apartment and one upcoming studio apartment in our vintage, built in 1907 and still standing strong building!

Rent ready Studio Apartment: Unit # 108: $1,750/month: Security Deposit: $1,250-$1,500.
Completely repainted studio features tile floors and a closet with sliding mirrored doors. Brand spanking new granite counter top, cabinetry and sink and faucet in the kitchen. Shiny new stove and new refrigerator (also in the kitchen). Like all of our apartments, ALL utilities are included in the rental price.
Upcoming Studio Apartment: Unit # 230: $1,750/month: Security Deposit: $1,250-$1,500.
Granite counter top in kitchen with matching granite floors in kitchen and bathroom. Carpeted, closet, sturdy cabinetry in the kitchen. ALL utilities included! ALL PHOTOS FROM 2010

Frequently Asked Questions
1. Street parking only, plenty of neighborhood lots.
2. Laundry facilities on site.
3. NO PETS!  Sorry.
4. 6 month minimum rental agreement.
5. Sorry, but we do not accept co-signers or Third Party Payments.
6. Walk Score 89. Bike Score 93! Transit Score 100!!!
7. These apartments are designated as non-smoking.

We Do Business in Accordance With the Federal Fair Housing Laws.
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2 comments

  1. selen atiker · · Reply

    How do I apply for the rental studios?

    1. Good question! There is only one way to apply, and it involves a couple of steps; first step being the applicant, or an “authorized representative” of the applicant, has to come by and view the unit in person. Which I realize is a hassle for someone who’s applying from out of the area and isn’t planning on making a trip to San Francisco before their move, but even with photos and a video tour I want to be sure that the applicant really wants to live here, and has checked out our building and our neighborhood. “Authorized representative” isn’t as official as it reads, as it could be a friend or relative or co-worker.

      Next step would be filling out our application. Fairly standard as far as they go, and I can help the applicant through the application if they have any questions.
      Final step would be submitting the application. One can do that in person or by dropping it off into our Office’s rental drop slot before or after hours. You can also mail the application to our Office, or submit the application via email or fax. The only issue with email and fax is the $25 fee per applicant, but one can always mail that into our Office.

      And I think that about does it. I’m going to send you a direct email so we don’t have to communicate via this blog, but thank you for reaching out with a great question.

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