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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— A Presidio Heights trophy property that once belonged to tech entrepreneur Halsey Minor (of CNET fame) was once asking as much as $25M. It didn't find a buyer, so now the mega mansion is back on the market with the much more obtainable price of $19.989M.

THE MISSION—Are you sitting down? $1800 a month will get you this 300-square-foot studio in the Mission. Ouch.

SAN FRANCISCO—Golf claps: the Bay Area is home to 3rd, 4th, and 5th most expensive real estate markets in America.

TENDERNOB—A housing development is in the early planning stages for a prime piece of the Tendernob on Sutter Street. We have renderings.

SoMa—Looking to buy in SoMa? Here's a handy map of the ten least expensive properties currently for sale. All are under $1M!

PACIFIC HEIGHTS—A renovated and massive Pacific Heights abode hit the market asking $11.5M, but didn't receive any offers so it's lowered its price to $9.95M.