Pet-Friendly Living

Pets are family, and a home isn’t a home without your furry best friend. We see the incredible bond between humans and their pets so we strive to provide a pet-friendly living experience to make your apartment hunting decisions easier. Whether you have a playful pup or a curious cat, we’re happy to welcome your pet*.

Featured Pet Friendly Apartments

The Bay Area is the perfect place to bring your pet. Living in vibrant cities like San Francisco or Oakland means that you and your dog will have access to an abundance of pet-friendly parks and recreational areas. Take advantage of the year-round beautiful weather and explore nearby parks where your dog can socialize, run off-leash in designated areas, and enjoy the great outdoors.

If your idea of being outdoorsy involves sitting out in the sunshine for brunch, you’re in the right place. San Francisco and Oakland are renowned for their pet-friendly dining. Many local restaurants and cafes have outdoor seating where you can enjoy a meal or a cup of coffee alongside your furry friend. Whether you’re grabbing a bite in the Mission District, Lower Nob Hill, or Piedmont, you’ll find a variety of establishments that welcome friendly dogs.

Living in a pet-friendly community brings people together. Our GreenTree community often organizes events and activities specifically for pet owners, creating opportunities for you and your dog to meet and connect with other pet-loving residents. Whether it’s a playdate, virtual workshop, or a pet costume contest, you and your furry friend will have a chance to socialize and forge new friendships.

*We have a few restrictions regarding pets, and some buildings have different restrictions than others. There is a limit of two pets per apartment, and certain breeds of dogs are not allowed. For details on the guidelines for a particular apartment, please see our FAQs. Your leasing agent can give you all the details and clear up any questions.

NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS & APPLICANTS: Everyone must complete the PetScreening process. This is not only for pet and animal owners but also for residents and applicants that DO NOT own a pet or animal.