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20 apartments for rent near Mission Dolores, San Francisco, CA

The Fillmore Center
San Francisco, CA 94115
$2,612 - $8,295
Studio - 3 Beds
Parkmerced
San Francisco, CA 94132
$2,525 - $5,389
Studio - 3 Beds
Lakewood Apartments at Lake Merced
San Francisco, CA 94132
$1,989 - $3,409
Studio - 2 Beds

Apartments in Mission Dolores, San Francisco, CA

Vara
San Francisco, CA 94103
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Studio - 3 Beds
Avalon Hayes Valley
San Francisco, CA 94102
$3,265 - $5,695
Studio - 2 Beds
Argenta
San Francisco, CA 94102
$3,803 - $5,830
1 - 2 Beds
The Fillmore Center
San Francisco, CA 94115
$2,612 - $8,295
Studio - 3 Beds
Come Home with Confidence
2000 Post
San Francisco, CA 94115
$2,698 - $9,926
Studio - 2 Beds
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SOMA at 788
San Francisco, CA 94107
$2,556 - $5,021
Studio - 2 Beds
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Edgewater
San Francisco, CA 94158
$3,438 - $14,887
Studio - 2 Beds
In The Heart of San Francisco's Mission Bay and Trendy SoMa...
Azure
San Francisco, CA 94158
From $3,550
1 - 2 Beds
388 Beale
San Francisco, CA 94105
$4,170 - $19,758
1 - 3 Beds
Live in San Francisco!!
Parkmerced
San Francisco, CA 94132
$2,525 - $5,389
Studio - 3 Beds
Great Place to Live!
Lakewood Apartments at Lake Merced
San Francisco, CA 94132
$1,989 - $3,409
Studio - 2 Beds
Great View of Lake Merced
Westlake Village
Daly City, CA 94015
$1,825 - $4,495
Studio - 3 Beds
Serra Commons Apartments
Daly City, CA 94015
$1,775 - $2,350
1 - 2 Beds
South City Station
South San Francisco, CA 94080
$2,822 - $3,971
1 - 2 Beds
Peninsula Pines
South San Francisco, CA 94080
$1,685 - $2,999
Studio - 3 Beds
Fairmont Apartments
Pacifica, CA 94044
$1,932 - $2,451
1 - 2 Beds
From $3,264
1 Bed
Short-Term
From $3,060
1 Bed
Short-Term
Lands End
Pacifica, CA 94044
$2,195 - $3,095
Studio - 2 Beds
Parc on Powell
Emeryville, CA 94608
$3,025 - $4,330
Studio - 3 Beds

The neighborhood of Mission Dolores dates back to the founding of the nation. In 1776, just days before the Declaration of Independence declared the U.S. a free country, a site was being dedicated to the Mission Dolores, just a half block from the intersection of Valencia and Sixteenth Streets.

The mission was named San Francisco de Asis, but the people dubbed it Mission Dolores. Although the church moved 15 years later to Liberty Hill’s base, it survived the city’s most tragic event, the 1906 earthquake, and it remains the oldest building in the city.

Not surprisingly, the oldest streets in the city also lie in the neighborhood. Sixteenth and Mission Streets connected the Mission Dolores with the rest of the city, and today are the centerpiece of arts and culture, the site for many street festivals. Just some of the venues found there are the Armory, New Mission Theatre, and the Artaud. The Castro Theater is just blocks away.

This is also a neighborhood of lively commerce, with endless small shops and restaurants, many of them ethnic. These businesses are mixed with residential housing, which ranges from apartments to single-family homes, with the area near Dolores and Valencia Streets being decidedly more upscale.

Recreationally, Dolores Park is an important neighborhood asset. The park offers tennis courts, basketball courts, a soccer field, a children’s play area, and amazing views of the city skyline. The park is dog-friendly and is a popular spot for community events, such as movie nights and market days.