Despite your hip protestations, you probably still have more in common with SF's yuppies than you do with Berkeley's hippies, the Haight's pit bull enthusiasts, or 12 Galaxies' Frank Chu. Facilitate the lifestyle you won't admit to leading, with Gentrify
Nerd-built in 48 hours (for real) just for SF, Gentrify Gmaps every apartment on Craigslist vis-á-vis particularly bourgeois Yelp biz listings, helping users pinpoint their upwardly-mobile sweetspot. First off you'll find a big map sprinkled with dwellings, while screen-left's the panel to filter them down by typical Craigs criteria (min/max price, neighborhood, # of bedrooms, etc); hit an icon and up pops the Craigs listing, along with rent vs area average and, more preciously, the neighborhood's gentrification quotient (e.g., Nob Hill's 79.7% vs Bayview's real-keeping 0.0000%). But the real utility's Gent's laundry list of yup-coutrements, from the expected (wine bars, dog walkers), to the more covert (adult entertainment, cannabis clinics), to downright necessities (gluten free, midwives) -- check any number of boxes and zoom way in to find that magical block where the froyo flows like wine, and holistic acupuncturists flock like the salmon of Capistrano
You can also flip your search and click a biz's icon for a list of nearby houses/apts, as well as a smattering of random Yelp snippets to see if the denizens are stoked, bitching, or both -- a mish-mash that's only barely more informative than a sign that reads "Impeach Van Buren 12 Galaxies Guiltied to a Omegalogical Theoretical Analysis".