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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.

MISSION DOLORESFloor plans and pricing has been released for 38 Dolores, and—are you sitting down?—a three bedroom will cost you $8100 a month.

BAY AREA—Here's a handy map of the Bay Area's most haunted locations, including the Church of Satan and the Moss Beach Distillery.

THE RICHMOND— Looking to buy in the Richmond District? Here are the ten least expensive homes currently for sale in the neighborhood.

SEA CLIFF—Here are super awesome before and after photos of a Sea Cliff home that was extensively renovated and modernized. It's now on the market for $3.998M.

FiDiNew renderings are available for the 19-story tower at 350 Bush. It's very glassy and caters to the tech set.

HAYES VALLEY—The 113-unit rental project at 1844 Market has put out pricing and floor plans. One bedrooms range from $2900 to $4500.

SAN FRANCISCO—Looking to spend around $4200 in rent? Here are some options for your consideration.

TENDERNOB—Even more luxury rental apartment news: Etta on Sutter is ready for its close-up. (That means we have interior renderings, floor plans, and pricing.)

SoMa—What's the deal with the lot of the former 76 Station at 4th and Folsom streets? It's going to be the Yerba Buena/Moscone Station of the Central Subway.