5 Safest Apartments Near the Tenderloin in San Francisco

Admin | October 19, 2021 @ 12:00 AM

San Francisco is a hilly city, but on the southern slope of Nob Hill is a relatively flat area known as The Tenderloin. It’s a place of contradictions, with theaters and art galleries, but also a reputation for seediness and crime. It’s a bit of a red-light district, with strip clubs and more.

Today, we’re bringing you five highly-rated apartment complexes in the area, so that if you live here or want to move here, you can find somewhere comfortable and safe.

Keep in mind that anywhere you choose to live in San Francisco is going to be expensive. Studios in the following apartment complexes rent for between $1,300 and $1,900, one-bedroom apartments rent for about $2,500, and larger apartments for much more.

Oasis Apartments

Oasis Apartments is a 12-story complex at 351 Turk St. from the 1920s, built in Art Deco style. It’s a good place to live if you’re single, or a couple, getting started in the city, as each of the 230 apartments is a 110- to 220-square-foot studio with a private kitchen and bathroom.

Amenities include a Wi-Fi lounge and an on-site gym. However, you may have to pay extra for their use. Each apartment has granite countertops and maple cabinets.

923 Folsom

Looking for a comfortable, pet-friendly, one-bedroom apartment in San Francisco? Then check out 923 Folsom. The building contains 115 apartments and lots of amenities. These include coworking space, resident lounge, workshop, fitness center, and a pet spa. Each apartment has tall windows, plank flooring, and high-end appliances. Check the website for a map of each apartment and to download a floor plan.

Near 923 Folsom, you’ll find many of San Francisco’s popular attractions nearby, like the Civic Center, SF MOMA, Yerba Buena Gardens, and the Presto Gallery. 

Warrington Apartments

Warrington Apartments, built in 1923, is a well-maintained apartment complex at 775 Post Street. In Lower Nob Hill, these apartments are close to shopping, public transportation, and local parks. Whether you’re looking for a studio apartment or something bigger, you’ll find it here, as the building has studios through three-bedroom units. Each apartment has hardwood floors, walk-in closets, high-speed internet access, an intercom, oven, refrigerator, and more. The building includes laundry facilities, controlled access, a courtyard, and recycling.

Geary Courtyard Apartments

This lovely building boasts luxury apartments for competitive San Francisco prices. Geary Courtyard Apartments in Lower Nob Hill is pet-friendly, smoke-free, has granite countertops and hard surface floors in each apartment, and much more.

Want to relax to a magnificent view of the city? Head up to the roof and look around. Need to take your dog for a walk? Head to the on-site pet park. Want to get a quick workout late at night? Visit the renovated 24-hour fitness center. Check the website for pictures and more information.

The Wilson Apartments

At 973 Market Street stands The Wilson, a building built in 1904 that withstood the 1906 earthquake that brought San Francisco to its proverbial knees.

The Wilson features a variety of floor plans, from the long and narrow style typical of so many San Francisco homes to square-shaped plans. Apartments range from studios to two-bedroom. You’ll find the floor plans on the website, where you can also search for availability by features like the number of bedrooms, unit size, and price range. The site also has a gallery showing the beauty of each room.

Apartments in San Francisco tend to be smaller than in other cities. It’s common for residents to rent a self storage unit. One great thing about self storage is that per square foot, it rents for much less than residential or commercial space. If you need a storage unit and live in San Francisco, check out our three local properties that we’re sure will be able to help if you’re moving to the city or just need to clear some space in your current home.