Max 4 guests·1442ft²·2 bathrooms·On-site laundry·Private Parking·Paid Parking·Swimming Pool·Gym
Digital Nomad Housing in San FranciscoBook an apartment set up for digital nomads in San Francisco for 30 days or longer. Move-in-ready with an equipped home office.
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Anyplace offers accommodations built for a work-from-anywhere generation.
- San Francisco
Max 2 guests·858ft²·1 bathroom·Private Parking·Paid Parking·On-site laundry·Gym
Max 2 guests·739ft²·1 bathroom·Private Parking·Swimming Pool·Paid Parking·On-site laundry·Gym
Max 2 guests·790ft²·1 bathroom·Private Parking·Swimming Pool·Paid Parking·On-site laundry·Gym
Max 2 guests·797ft²·1 bathroom·Private Parking·Paid Parking·On-site laundry·Gym
Max 2 guests·851ft²·1 bathroom·On-site laundry·Paid Parking·Private Parking·Swimming Pool·Gym
Digital nomad apartments in San Francisco with an equipped office
Level up your remote work with luxury accommodations that come prepped with an equipped home office and high-speed internet.
Desk setup & high-speed internet
Ultrawide monitor, standing desk, work chair, keyboard, mouse, and gigabit internet.
Video conferencing setup
Webcam, microphone, key light, and collapsible green screen.
Flexible-term & fully furnished
No long-term commitments and move-in-ready accommodations.
About San FranciscoSan Francisco, Frisco, or San Fran, the city where glitter dominates, fog adds a layer of beauty, and your inhibitions get caught in the whirlwind of the city's ambition, glamor, fun, and glitz. The American city is the cultural, financial, and commercial hub of Northern California. As of 2018, 883,305 residents live in the colorful city, making it the thirteenth most populous city in America and the fourth most populous city in California. Better yet, SF has the seventh-highest income in America. San Francisco has numerous attractions that will undoubtedly please both travelers and residents. Some of the most popular attractions are the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, the Palace of Fine Arts, Fisherman’s Wharf, Golden Gate Park, Chinatown, Palace of Fine Arts, Twin Peaks, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Angel Island State Park, as well as the Haight-Ashbury and Castro neighborhoods. Within the Bay Area sits Silicon Valley and some of the most desired housing in the US.
What is Digital Nomad Housing?Let’s say you've recently secured a remote job or you're one of the employees who don't have to return from the office, and you’ve decided you want to live the digital nomad life. Now that you can physically live and work anywhere, where should you go? And is there a way to find housing options that are built specifically for digital nomads and location-independent workers? The answer is yes! As a digital nomad, there are many things to take into consideration when it comes to accommodation. But one thing is of the utmost importance – you need a place that will help cultivate creativity, productivity, and efficiency with your craft. After all, remote work is how you're able to live this life, so you need a solid place to get into your flow state. Now, let's dig into how you can discover housing in San Francisco as a digital nomad.
Digital Nomad Accommodation in San FranciscoSan Francisco is a hub of innovation, and this postcard-worthy city has a lot to offer to digital nomads. Beyond being a location that can surely inspire big ideas, you'll be surrounded by amazing coffee (Philz, Blue Bottle, Four Barrel), world-class restaurants, cool cocktail and dive bars, and a whole lot more. And did we mention that there is an abundance of coworking spaces in San Francisco? That's certainly handy as a digital nomad or remote worker, and these days, you can find one in almost every neighborhood. But how about housing—where should you live and work when in the heart of the Bay Area? Being able to maintain a high level of productivity is important as a nomad, and renting a furnished apartment with a home office in San Francisco is a great option to go with. Everything will be set up for you so you just need to arrive in San Francisco with your suitcase, backpack, or laptop and simply plug in and start knocking out your work.
How to Find Housing as a Digital Nomad in San FranciscoFinding the right accommodation in San Francisco as a new digital nomad can be stressful, and even as a veteran nomad, time-consuming and tedious. It's crucial for any digital nomad though, as the place you temporarily call home will be the one thing to give you a sense of comfort and a chance to relax and unwind after a long day. Luckily, it doesn't need to be complicated – you just need to know where to look. You can browse listings for San Francisco on sites like Craigslist or Apartments.com, although it might take a lot of time (and emails sent to random people) to actually find what you're looking for. Platforms like Airbnb can suffice, but they're more suitable for shorter vacation stays and don’t necessarily offer up lodging built for digital nomads and remote workers. We suggest starting with a digital nomad housing platform, like Anyplace. Anyplace is a housing marketplace built for digital nomads and remote workers who travel. It was created by nomads and for nomads, having the most important aspects to thrive, such as a desk in every apartment, reliable and speedy WiFi, and amenities that let you truly live like a local. And because it's a platform built for digital nomads, we know how crucial freedom is for the lifestyle. That's why our properties in San Francisco are available on flexible terms, so you can stay on a month-to-month basis without having to sign a lease.
Anyplace was Built Specifically for Digital NomadsWe’re a team of nomads who work and travel, and we know what is needed in an accommodation experience for a successful stay. And we’re here to make it really simple—and secure—for you to rent an apartment in San Francisco for 30 days or longer. Here are a few things that set us apart from the pack.
Zero stressFind a move-in-ready apartment in San Francisco on the website, and then book. No emails, roommate interviews, or complications.
Amazing home officeNever work from the kitchen table again. Our apartments in San Francisco include an equipped home office with a height-adjustable desk, ergonomic chair, widescreen monitor, wireless mouse and keyboard, collapsible green screen, and additional office gear. Just bring your laptop and do your best work.
All-inclusive with high-speed internetAll utilities are included in your apartment and will be set up for you and ready to go. You will have gigabit speed internet, too, perfect for Zoom calls, file sharing, and video streaming.
No landlordNo landlord, no problem. You just need to move in—we handle the rest for you.
No long leasesForget about ever having to sign a long lease. Our digital nomad rentals in San Francisco are available for 30 days or longer. Stay as long or little as you’d like—down to the day.
Move-in today—or any daySearch for a nomad rental in San Francisco on Anyplace with the exact dates that match your schedule.
Move out or extend your stayManage your stay online, so if you realize that you'd like to extend the length of time that you’d like to stay you can do it with a click of a button.
Book A Digital Nomad Rental in San Francisco Now
Browse rentals designed for digital nomads in San Francisco that are already set up with furniture, utilities, laundry, a home office, and extra amenities like a pool and gym. All you have to do is reserve online, pay, and move in. And if you like it, you can easily extend your stay online. Forget about endlessly searching on multiple sites and apps to find the ideal spot for you in San Francisco. Use Anyplace and choose an apartment that matches the dates you need, your budget, and will provide you with the amenities needed for a comfortable stay.