|Photos||Address||Neighborhood||City||Posted||Rent ($/sqft/yr)||Sizes (sqft)||Tags|
|x9||387 Bay St||North Beach||San Francisco||3 Dec||$24.00||5,000|
|x6||1111 Kearny St||North Beach||San Francisco||4 Dec||$30.00||4,200|
|x12||1050 Sansome St||North Beach||San Francisco||27 Nov||$30.00||4,732 2,500 4,712|
|x16||945 Front St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||$45.00||24,861|
|x39||1620 Montgomer...||North Beach||San Francisco||19 Nov||$45.00||2,870 9,786 9,786 17,000|
|x4||539 Broadway||North Beach||San Francisco||30 Nov||$30.00||2,000|
|x38||1 Beach St||North Beach||San Francisco||21 Nov||$50.00||15,447|
|x53||55 Francisco St||North Beach||San Francisco||3 Dec||$39.00||2,062 2,802 8,200 21,163|
|x14||505 Beach St||North Beach||San Francisco||20 Nov||$32.00||3,140 890|
|x2||2800 Leavenwor...||North Beach||San Francisco||20 Nov||$26.00||8,696 16,167 4,258 1,271 314 1,210|
|x6||1725 Montgomer...||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||7,889|
|x7||201 Filbert St||North Beach||San Francisco||4 Dec||5,999|
|x5||2720 Taylor St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||$24.00||11,108|
|x25||295 Bay St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||35,590|
|x6||455 North Poin...||North Beach||San Francisco||19 Nov||21,953|
|x10||60 Broadway||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||11,633||Sublease|
|x9||1700 Montgomer...||North Beach||San Francisco||4 Dec||5,435 9,375 3,278 1,150 1,921|
|x3||1275 Columbus Ave||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||6,000 200|
|x3||50 Francisco St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||804 4,015 5,509 3,346 2,579 1,324|
|x5||1160 Battery St||North Beach||San Francisco||14 Nov||$28.00||14,020 3,200 20,502 17,503||Sublease|
|x3||825 Battery St||North Beach||San Francisco||12 Nov||13,746|
|x4||900 Battery St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||72,000|
|x9||1 Jefferson St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||10,415|
|x7||1 Lombard St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||9,326|
|x6||1265 Battery St||North Beach||San Francisco||12 Nov||17,704|
|x7||665 Chestnut St||North Beach||San Francisco||30 Nov||$30.00||3,850|
|x5||333 Bay St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||3,136|
|x5||100 Green St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||$36.00||1,500|
|x4||855 Front St||North Beach||San Francisco||25 Nov||3,970||Sublease|
|x10||1750 Montgomer...||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||Coworking|
|x2||150 Chestnut St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||36,642|
|x3||77 Jefferson St||North Beach||San Francisco||12 Nov||778|
|x4||300 Broadway St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||1,875 650|
|x9||1255 Battery St||North Beach||San Francisco||12 Nov||3,022|
|x2||535 Green St||North Beach||San Francisco||1 Nov||8,000|
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