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Diamond Heights San Francisco Apartments - Casa de Vida Apartments

Nestled above San Francisco in the hills of the Diamond Heights District, Casa De Vida Apartments are specifically designed for the mobility impaired resident. All of the studio and one-bedroom units have lower counter heights, sinks, stove, wheelchair accessible showers and wider doorways. In addition, sixteen balcony units have picturesque views of downtown San Francisco and the Bay Bridge.

While street parking is available, most residents utilize MUNI transportation. The MUNI stops directly in front of Casa De Vida and connects with busses and trains going to downtown San Francisco and other areas of the city. Travelers may also take the MUNI to connect with the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) transportation system.

Our residents enjoy the security of a video monitoring system, an in-unit pull chord system and the availability of our professional on-site or on call staff. Casa de Vida is a great place to call home.

Management is caring... I have nice neighbors who are willing to get involved. The bus stops in front of Casa de Vida. – M.K.

Casa de Vida is located in a nice area and the bus runs every 30 minutes. - R.G.

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Casa De Vida Apartments's location has much to offer in convenience and services for residence in addition to providing specially designed accommodation with some of the best views of San Francisco.

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When you make this kind of commitment, choosing an apartment comes to mean more than just picking a place you like. You have someone else's well-being to look out for, after all, and you have to find an apartment that meets both of your needs.