If you’ve lived in San Francisco long enough, you’ve probably have been thrown into the age old question of “when will San Francisco’s rental crisis be solved,” well until that time, all we can do is make the best of a bad situation. Senny Mau, a local photographer, combined the hilarity of people’s recyclables and the Bay Area’s obscene rental margin. Living a comfortable luxury comes at a steep price.
“Working stove and newly repainted walls. Close to public transit. — Studio, $2900 + $1300 down deposit.”
“Located in the gorgeous Marina district and comes with fabulous entertainment center. — One-bedroom, $4300 + $2100 down deposit.”
“Feel the history of the Tenderloin’s colorful community. Bed included. Studio, $3000 + $1000/$3000 down deposit and first months rent.”
“Relax away with a historic bayside view in Russian Hill. Conserved victorian charms. One-bedroom, $4500 + $1200 down deposit.”
“Absorb the rich culture of SF’s historic Mission district. Gate needs replacing. Two-bedroom, $4900 + $1600 down deposit.”
“Nob Hill’s trendy nightlife and delicious food are great for young college students. Now with working toilet. Studio, $5700 + $2000 down deposit.”