Bad news, San Francisco. Just when you thought the rent couldn't get any damn higher, it did, and real estate site Zumper made a map to prove it.
Specifically, the map shows just how high the median rents per neighborhood were for a 1-bedroom apartment in February ... and it's not pretty. Unsurprisingly, rents were the highest in neighborhoods like South Beach ($3,750), Mission Bay ($3,700), the Financial District ($3,700) and SoMa ($3,650) -- all of which are terrible neighborhoods you should never, ever live in. Russian Hill took the top spot, with a median rent last month of $3,830, and that's down 4.3% compared to recent months, according to Zumper. Other outrageously expensive parts of town also saw slight dips in rent, like Pacific Heights and Nob Hill, but they're still ridiculously expensive.