The cost of renting a one-bedroom residential unit in San Francisco is still rising, and several Northside neighborhoods are among the most expensive in the city.
According to a new report from Zumper, rents in the Marina and Telegraph Hill rose the most in the last quarter, increasing 9 percent and 8 percent, respectively. At $3,700 a month, Pacific Heights had the third-highest rents in the city, trailing only South Beach ($3,850) and Dog Patch ($3,750).
San Francisco is the most expensive rental market in the nation, with one-bedroom units going for an average of $3,490, followed by New York ($2,860) and San Jose ($2,530). Five of the 10 most expensive rental markets in the nation were in California.