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Apartment Ratings and Reviews in San Francisco, CA

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$3,607 - $4,203 up $1,135 this yearEstimated rent for 1-bedroom
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Cathedral Hill Plaza Athletic

1333 Gough St, San Francisco, CA 94109

09/25/10 by anonymous:
General Manager, After giving some thought to moving in your complex and dealing with your very rude un-professional demeanor and manorisum I have elected to not move in. After reviewing these comments I have listed below, as a manager don't you think it is time to make some changes? I would think so as a manager myself. Good luck in your efforts and I think it should start with more


Trinity Towers Apartments

888 O' Farrell, San Francisco, CA 94109

10/31/13 by anonymous:
First the elevators NEVER are working. Usually only 1/3 are. I don't think I've ever seen all 3 working in the two years I was there. There were many mornings I found myself walking down the stairs to get to work. Second don't listen to anything the leasing office has to say. They told me that they would give me atleast 3months warning before my rent was to increase. They gave me more


Aurora At Yerba Buena

788 Harrison Street, San Francisco, CA 94107

11/19/11 by anonymous:
The staff is obnoxious. Especially the pony tailed Dave and the red haired -----. Avoid this place as far as possible. more


Northpoint Apartments

2211 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94133

11/01/11 by anonymous:
I've been living in the Northpoint Apartments for almost 6 years (in January). Although I love the location, (close to downtown, Safeway, Trader Joe's and not to mention my job) there are MANY things I dislike about Northpoint. Not only is it pretty much impossible to get in touch with anyone in the management office, (not to mention that calls are almost always put through more


Alamo Square Court

988 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117

10/03/13 by anonymous:
This used to be an apartment building, but it was converted into condominiums in 2006-2007. I lived in this condominium for several years, and it was a nightmare. Don't be fooled by the looks (such as the appliances, and kitchen cabinets). There is a slew of problems with this place. There is noise from multiple sources - neighboring apartments, the walkaways, the more


Archstone South San Francisco

101 McLellan Drive, South San Francisco, CA 94080

05/22/14 by dmhssf:
Ok, let me start by saying that there are some good things about living here. Location is convenient, apartments are relatively new, Trader Joe's, Costco, BART etc. BUT, the place is overpriced and not well kept. After 1 year, my base rent went from $2050 to $2358. When I signed my original lease they told me that rent usually goes up around $50-$100 after the first more


Central Towers Apartments

455 Eddy St, San Francisco, CA 94109

05/19/11 by anonymous:
Not a bad place to live unless you have a problem with the maintenance crew entering your unit while your at work without authorization. They don t seem to do anything or take anything I guess they just want to see your stuff and take a brake to watch TV! more


Fox Plaza (formerly Archstone Fox Plaza, Fox Plaza Apartments)

1390 Market Street, Suite 107, San Francisco, CA 94102

07/17/12 by anonymous:
Fox Plaza is a rotting community. It wasn't bad to live in a few years ago, but management's decision to sublet to Community Housing Corp. has transformed it into Archstone-Lehman's ghetto-in-the-sky. Want to get off the elevator to find cigarette butts on the floor, burns in the moulding where they were extinguished, and the overpowering smell of either weed or crack? more


Hayes Valley Properties

447 Ivy St, San Francisco, CA 94102

08/11/12 by hayesvalleysucks:
Hayes Valley Proporties might as well be called Hayes Valley Glorified Slum Lordes. Property management is next to impossible to get a hold of even when you find out that your building is rodent infested. I have personally witnessed harassment to tenets from Oscar the building manager and the building is hardly ever taken care of. Hayes Vally Properties takes advantage of the high rent prices in more


Keystone Apartments

1369 Hyde St # 16, San Francisco, CA 94109

09/21/11 by anonymous:
The apartment was cute but the building manager was unbelievably rude and dismissive. I wouldn't live here again if somebody paid me - he refused to answer emails. If you don't want to fix a problem, fine, but at least have the courtesy to respond. It's not like we were bugging him every month. He got so nasty with me on the phone over a leak in our unit (from the unit above) more

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