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NOE VALLEY— Twitter co-founder Evan Williams appears to have had enough of Noe Valley and has listed his 5-bed, 5.5-bath abode for a cool $2.995M. Bidding war anyone?

SAN FRANCISCO— San Francisco's streets are about to get prettier with the impending implementation of twenty streetscape projects spanning the entire city, from the Wharf to the Outer Sunset. Find out more about the improvements by checking out our map.

SF STATE— Come 2016, students at SF State will be able to play basketball and work out at the university's new LEED gold Recreation and Wellness Center, if the Supes approve a new tunnel to the complex under Winston Drive, that is.

SAN FRANCISCO— It's still possible to rent your very own piece of San Francisco for $2,000/month, but get ready to downsize. We've compiled a list of small but charming studios and 1-bedrooms going for the aforementioned figure from the Mission to Pacific Heights.

YERBA BUENA— Renderings and info on Handel Architects' slim 44-story residential tower at 524 Howard are now available. Once approved, the Transbay-adjacent tower will no doubt fit in amongst its glass-clad neighbors.

PARNASSUS HEIGHTS— Price reductions are rare these days, so news that the hefty $4,950,000 pricetag on this 4-bed, 3-bath Parnassus Heights Craftsman has been slashed to the bargain basement price of only $3.45M should come as shock to all real estate market watchers.