Professionals, we have four new fully furnished, private, executive suites with high coffered ceilings available for monthly leases. Each individual suite has a private bathroom, opaque windows, large closet with organizer, and a kitchenette containing brand-new utensils, a conventional microwave, refrigerator, and kettle. The rooms also have a brand-new queen-sized bed, water-filtration system, AC/tank-less water heater, furniture, towels, and bedding. Rent includes utilities, cable, WiFi, parking, brand-new washer and dryer. Virtual Tour: Suite A:1 BR/1 BA w/ a large walk-in closet, 1 mo. min = $2,299; Suite B: Studio/1 BA w/ closet organizer 1 mo. min = $1999; Suite C: Studio/1 BA w/ large box window, 1 mo. min = $2099; Suite D: 1 BR / 1 BA w/ large box window 1 mo. min = $2499. *Discounted rates apply for more than three months. Deposit = 1 Month Rent; Non Ref Exit Cleaning Fee: $120; Application Fees: $50 per adult.

Rent $1999
Bed/Bath 1 / 1

MLS ID 81799746 Listing provided by: Michael Chen (Mc Investments Advisory)

Interested in this unit? Contact us:

Chuck Totah

Call Chuck for an appointment
or click here to email

No express or implied warranty is contained in the information and sources herein. All property details and information are deemed to be reliable but not guaranteed. Please carefully review all information and any disclosure statements associated with the property.

Copyright MLSListings Inc © 2019, All rights reserved.

The data relating to real estate for lease on this website comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange program of the MLSListingsTM MLS system. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than J.Wavro Associates are marked with the Internet Data Exchange icon (a stylized house inside a circle) and detailed information about them includes the names of the listing brokers and listing agents. Data updated daily

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.