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NOE VALLEY—Noe Valley's full of glamourous Victorians, but 823 Diamond Street stands out from its peers. You see, the 3-bed, 2.5-bath home was formerly home to August Coppola, brother of Francis Ford and father to Nicholas Cage. It's asking $1,795,000.
HAYES VALLEY—The brand spankin' new SFJAZZ Center officially opened its doors on Martin Luther King, Jr's Day. Head over to Curbed for jaw-dropping photos of the building and its main attraction: the Robert N. Miner auditorium, which seats up to 700 people. The building's also outfitted with interior murals by artists Sandow Birk and Elyse Pignolet, and there's a cafe/bar on the ground level under the leadership of star chef Charles Phan of The Slanted Door Group.
FORT FUNSTON—Now part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, the site was once used to house Nike missiles.
RUSSIAN HILL—A Julia Morgan-designed manse on one of Russian Hill's most coveted blocks just landed on the market asking $7,950,000. Property highlights include said pedigree and a backyard designed by Suzman Design Associates.
EVERYWHERE—Curious to know what the ten most expensive residential properties to recently come onto the market look like? We've got locations, photos, and more!
CIVIC CENTER—A two-tower project proposed for 1411 Market Street required public art installations in the public open spaces if it wanted to get approved, and the designs were just revealed. The art was created by San Francisco-based Topher Delaney, who specializes in environmental and landscape art. We have pretty renderings!
THE EMBARCADERO—The America's Cup crew is at it again, this time announcing a partnership with mega-promotors Live Nation to create the America's Cup Concert Series at the America's Cup Pavilion. Sting signed up as the first headliner.