What Kind of Rental Can You Afford?

A review of recent listings reveals options for renters with resources.


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65th by lance yamamoto

1130 65th St., Unit 5, Emeryville

Price: $2,995

Description: “Hollis and 65th New Tech Area”

Size: 3 Bedroom, 1,700 Square Feet

Townhouse-style living can be had on two levels in this Emeryville rental with 2.5 bathrooms in an ever-improving neighborhood. In this new, secured multi-unit building, tenants can have either a balcony or a rear fenced yard for their money. Inside, they get Italian tile or marble floors, a “linear kitchen,” central heat, parking for one, and washer-dry hookups. Your pet can live here, too, for an $895 fee. There are other units here that go for $3,695. It’s all happening at Tech Central, Emeryville, where Hollis, San Pablo, and Sanford merge.

Oxford by Paami Disston

Oxford and Cedar streets, Berkeley

Price: $3,000

Description: “Sunny Upstairs 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath”

Size: 2 Bedrooms, 1,500

What renter wouldn’t want to live in an expansive, light-filled two-bedroom, two-bath North Berkeley top-floor flat? Natural beamed ceilings, rustic hardwood floors, well-appointed bathrooms, an eat-in chef’s kitchen, and a dining room for serving the repast? Yes, yes, yes, yes, and yes. On-site laundry (shared), a communal garden, and big south-facing windows enhance the allure. And finally, there is the convenience of being in the heart of North Berkeley, with grocery stores, BART, AC Transit, Cal, schools, famer’s market, Live Oak Park, and—that attraction of all Berkeley attractions—the Gourmet Ghetto at your fingertips. 

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