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The Mission's Condo Craze; a Tenderloin Penthouse; More!

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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.

PRESIDIO HEIGHTS— The former home of Senator Dianne Feinstein that is now owned by the Senator's daughter and son-in-law just landed on the market asking $9.95M.

SAN FRANCISCO— Advocates for tenant rights have recently created an animated map highlighting Ellis Act evictions—all 3,705 of them—since 1997.

THE MISSION— The Mission's newest condo building, 3500 19th Street, is setting record sales for the neighborhood.

TENDERLOIN— The Hamilton in the Tenderloin is home to one incredibly posh penthouse. Unfortunately it can't find a buyer, so it's hacked $1M off its asking price.

PACIFIC HEIGHTS— The founder of Sharper Image has put his mega manse on the market for $11.95M. C-3PO statue not included.

CASTRO— Behold, the world's smallest coat closet, which is courtesy of the floor plans of the 22-unit building known as The Century on Market Street.

SAN FRANCISCO— Looking to rent for around $2,500 per month? Here are some options.

OUTER SUNSET— Here is a map of the 10 least expensive properties currently for sale in the Outer Sunset. Prices are between $549K and $695K.