That’s the size of the smallest apartment for rent in San Francisco. Tracy Elsen:
The diminutive dwelling is being called a “mini-studio” and is asking $1,425 a month. There is, of course, just one room that looks like it would fit a bed and not much else. It’s accompanied by a kitchen nook that is only a few feet wide and has a very small sink, a mini-fridge, one small cabinet and possibly a drawer. There’s also a shelf where we assume dishes would go. If you want to cook, a hot plate or a microwave are your only options.
On the positive side, dusting and cleaning won’t take long.