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    3rd Street

    Oakland, San Francisco, CA

    Bay area executive apartments in San Francisco, CA. The central location means it is convenient for everything, yet private enough to be separate. With...

    Ballena Boulevard

    Alameda, San Francisco, CA

    Short term housing in Alameda, CA. Set in private grounds in a nice residential area, this community has a lot to recommend it. Bespoke...

    John Muir Drive

    San Francisco, CA

    Resort-style living within a short drive of San Francisco, CA. Set inside landscaped grounds and overlooking Lake Merced and Olympic Club Golf Course, this...

    Post Street

    San Francisco, CA

    Fully furnished corporate housing in the heart of San Francisco, CA. This is a very modern building divided into spacious studio apartments. Located in...

    Fremont Street

    San Francisco, CA

    High specification furnished apartments in the South Beach area of San Francisco, CA. South Beach is an excellent place to be. Not only is...

    Harrison Street

    San Francisco, CA

    Very spacious furnished apartments with a great city views in San Francisco. This stylish modern apartment is very generously proportioned and in a great...

    King Street

    San Francisco, CA

    Short term housing in San Francisco, CA. This feature-packed apartment building in a nice part of town has a lot to offer. A great...


    Alameda, San Francisco, CA

    Beachside furnished apartments within a modern development with bay views in Alameda, CA. Located on Alameda Island, this development is by Crown Memorial State...

    Pacific Marina

    Alameda, San Francisco, CA

    Stylish modern furnished apartments within an upscale development set in private grounds in Alameda, CA. Located on the north side of Alameda Island, the...


    Alameda, San Francisco, CA

    Relaxing furnished apartments within a composed development set in private grounds in the heart of Alameda Island in CA. Located next to the College...

    Park Plaza

    Daly City, San Francisco, CA

    Modern short-term apartments within a large development set over 47 acres of private land in a prime area of Daly City, CA. Located a...

    St. Francis

    Daly City, San Francisco, CA

    Low key temporary apartments within a park-like development set inside mature landscaped grounds in a central area of Daly City, CA. Located close to...

San Francisco is one of our most cosmopolitan cities and the fourth largest in California. Located north of the state, in San Francisco Bay, the city is a technological and creative giant with an estimate population of almost a million people. The city has one of the highest incomes per capita of anywhere in the country too.

Brief history of San Francisco
As the name suggests, San Francisco has Spanish roots. The area was originally home to the Yelamu group of the Ohlone people until the Spanish arrived in 1769. Settlement began in 1776 with the creation of the Presidio de San Francisco and the Mission San Francisco de Asís.

Like most of California, San Francisco passed from Spanish control to Mexico and then onto America after the Mexican–American War. The first private home was constructed in 1821 by Portsmouth Square and steadily the town grew. Growth was initially slow as the terrain is challenging. The gold rush brought an influx of people in 1849. Known as the ‘forty-niners’ because of the year of their arrival, they swelled the population massively.

Deserters from ships in San Francisco Bay meant hundreds of abandoned vessels filled the harbor. Enterprising locals used these ships as businesses, homes, piers and some where sunk. Eventually, the harbor was extended to sit atop of these ships. In 1850, a fort was built on Alcatraz island and Wells Fargo was founded to help manage the gold rush.

In 1906, the city was devastated by earthquake and fire resulting in 75% of the city being demolished. Rebuilding was fast and offered the opportunity to plan and use modern construction methods and ideas.

Doing business in San Francisco
San Francisco’s economy is mainly service-based. Financial services is huge here, as is technology. Tech industries employ almost 30% of people within the city and brings the per capita income to one of the highest in the country. While earnings are high, so are living costs, with San Francisco having one of the most expensive real estate markets in the country.

Thanks to the gold rush, financial services has always been a feature in San Francisco. Some of the largest financial institutions in the world are headquartered here. They bring supporting industries and keep the skill level high.

Biotechnology and medical research also have an influence in San Francisco. Tech jobs are huge here while manufacturing and lower skilled industries have moved to cheaper regions to avoid such high living costs.

San Francisco city character
San Francisco has a relatively young demographic and the city has molded itself to support that market. It has a very young outlook and cosmopolitan attitudes and ideas. There is a real focus on working hard and developing careers while also relaxing afterwards. A real emphasis is on food, entertainment and creativity as well as work.

The demographic is also accepting so San Francisco has one of the highest LGBT populations in the country.

San Francisco Districts
Some of the districts that make up San Francisco include; Golden Gate, Fisherman’s Wharf, Nob Hill-Russian Hill, Chinatown-North Beach, Union Square-Financial District, Civic Center-Tenderloin, SoMa, Western Addition, Haight, The Avenues, Twin Peaks-Lake Merced, Castro-Noe Valley, Mission-Bernal Heights and Southeast San Francisco.