Strictly San Francisco, Trinity was founded in 1949 with a singular purpose—to become the premier provider of apartments in San Francisco. Nearly seven decades later, Trinity stands “best-in-class.”
Our San Francisco furnished apartments are located in iconic neighborhoods, from North Beach to Pacific Heights to Russian Hill and more. Step out of your door and hop on the trolley. Look out your window and enjoy gorgeous views of Alcatraz, the Golden Gate Bridge, and many more San Francisco landmarks, every day.
San Francisco’s newest landmark and tallest sculpture, Venus, is located in the heart of our newest achievement, Trinity Place in SoMa. Witness the 92 foot “spiraling genie” right from your living room.
When you choose to live at one of our apartments in San Francisco, the best restaurants in the Bay Area are in your periphery. From dim sum in the Richmond District to the Michelin star restaurant just around the corner, our apartments are foodie-friendly. And if you’re looking for an escape, wine country, Monterey and numerous hiking trails are just an hour or less away from our San Francisco apartments.
Not planning to stay too long in San Francisco? Our flexible lease terms and fully equipped furnished apartments have you covered.
Our apartments for rent in San Francisco feature quality finishes, higher ceilings, angled walls, skylights and fireplaces, and soundproofing. Its details like these that help make our San Francisco furnished apartments feel like home. Timeless and tasteful, our classic architectural design aesthetic sets the tone for our brand. Refined, uncluttered and immune to fleeting trends, we sum up our style in two words: understated elegance.
When you choose to lease one of our apartments in San Francisco, you’re getting a lot more than just a great place to live. You’re getting commitment to quality and customer care from a company in diverse neighborhoods across San Francisco. As Angelo, our founder, says: “San Francisco is both an exciting city and also a small town where your reputation is everything.”