Bed / Bath: 0 / 1
Parking / Fee: Street / $
Laundry: In Building
Kitchen Type: Modern - AEK
Utilities Included: water and garbage
Looking for a fabulous furnished fully appointed apartment to call home for a short-term basis? Look no more! Welcome to the Cubix SF, built in 2008 and designed by George Hauser Architects, these sleek and modern units are stylishly appointed. A Walker's Paradise with so much right at your doorsteps including Whole Foods Market as well as numerous restaurants and bars. Excellent Transit Score - getting you wherever you need to go. Convenient freeway access.
This property features the following:
~ Top floor, corner unit
~ 350 square feet
~ Furnished and fully appointed - just bring your suitcase
~ Polished concrete floors with radiant heating
~ Exposed concrete walls
~ Modern light fixtures
~ High Ceilings
~ Kitchen features GE Profile convection oven/microwave, 2 burner hob/cook top, Frigidaire dishwasher and U-line Professional under counter refrigerator
~ Bathroom with vanity sink and shower/tub combo
~ Murphy bed - full size
~ Private balcony with partial views of the City and AT&T Ball Park
~ Shared Roof Deck with BBQ's and Cabanas as well as breathtaking City views
~ Water, garbage and Samsung Smart TV and wireless Internet included
No Smoking and No Pets
Call or email today to view!
This is a non-smoking unit.
|Bed/Bath||0 / 1|
|Lease Term||1 Year|
|Kitchen Type||Modern - AEK|
|Parking / Fee||Street / $|
|Utilities Inc||water and garbage|
|Unit Amenities: Fabulous Location! Shared Roof Deck!|
Location: Harrison at 3rd Street, San Francisco, California
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This unit is a rental unit subject to the San Francisco Rent Ordinance, which limits evictions without just cause, and which states that any waiver by a tenant of their rights under the Rent Ordinance is void as contrary to public policy.