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Where is a fun place to live with an easy commute to UCSF in San Francisco?

by tom44 on August 8, 2012

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I am young professional in my early 30’s taking a job in San Francisco for 6 months. I am looking for a fun/interesting place to live in the city that will be an easy commute to and from both UCSF medical center campuses. I plan on bringing a car but would prefer to mostly take public transportation. Any suggestions welcome.

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3 thoughts on “Where is a fun place to live with an easy commute to UCSF in San Francisco?

  1. ilaia r says:

    Its always better to en quire and get suggestions from people before taking decision. May be check the below mentioned website, this will give all details about city.

  2. tonalc2 says:

    And now, to actually answer your question–

    The Haight district is quite close to the Parnassus campus, and public transportation could easily take you from there to Mission Bay. Perhaps less fun but more affordable would be the Sunset district.

  3. Chris H says:

    The university offers free shuttle services between the Mt. Zion and Parnassus campuses from 6:45 am to 8:45 pm daily (I think), so you will probably want to be near to one of those sites. UCSF also has a half dozen other medical centers in the area. If you are including the Mission bay facility, that’s further away but easy accessible from the other campuses. You will probably like living in the Haight area, west of Divisadero and near the N-Judah line for convenience. The Buena Vista Park area is very nice and rather expensive. Further west, the Inner Sunset area is less expensive and even further in the Outer Sunset the rents are more reasonable and street parking is not such a hassle. Craig’s list is a good place to start your search. Expect to pay $ 1200 for a studio and $ 2000 is not a lot for a nice one bedroom with parking. Happy hunting.

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