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Mapping San Francisco's Changing Skyline, Trophy PriceChoppers; 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.

[Photo via Patricia Chang]
RUSSIAN HILL—The industrial chic luxury condos at The Garage on Hyde have hit the market. Each one already has several offers, but here are gorgeous photos for you to gawk at anyway.

SAN FRANCISCO—This way to a handy map of 26 high-rise projects that are changing the city's skyline.

THE MISSION—Neighbors are fighting a proposed housing development because the building is "stark and disturbing."

SAN FRANCISCO—The median price for a two-bedroom home in San Francisco is $870K. Here's what that buys you around town.

SAN FRANCISCO—Alternatively, here are some options for you if you'd rather spend $3,200 a month on rent.

PRESIDIO HEIGHTS—A trophy property in the ultra exclusive Presidio Terrace micro hood just slashed $245K off its asking price. Now it's an affordable $7.95M. Pocket change, really.

SAN FRANCISCO—Parks! San Francisco's full of them. Here's a map of 46 lesser known ones.

MID-MARKET—The very historic Hibernia Bank has been tagged. Who is responsible for its clean up?