We were curious as to where rents are highest in notoriously high-rent San Francisco. We found that data, broken out by neighborhood, at rentjungle.com. We then used FactLook’s geocoding feature to plot that data by latitude and longitude. Finally, we created another layer displaying median household income with data obtained via the US Census Bureau.
As of August 2016, the neighborhoods with the highest average monthly rent are Bernal Heights ($5,002), Pacific Heights ($4,763) and Haight-Ashbury ($4,735). Nob Hill ($3,117), Lakeshore ($3,221) and Downtown ($3,221) had the lowest.
Our data viz is below, followed by a detail view of the data associated with each of the geocode markers.
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