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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the top neighborhood and real estate news of the week.
SAN FRANCISCO— What does a sum below the average price of a one-bedroom rent here in SF? We've scoured the city and found studios (one has parking!) and even a two-bedroom conversion renting for at or around 2,500/month.
THE MISSION—Rendering has become reality at 200 Dolores, and we've got pictures of the 13-unit development which includes a newly restored victorian, roof decks and lush outdoor spaces.
SAN FRANCSICO—San Franciscans are no strangers to crazy real estate prices, but our map of the 25 most expensive homes for sale in the City by the Bay takes the insanity to a whole new level.
JAPANTOWN—History abounds in San Francisco's Japantown and the neighborhood is full of gems, one of which is Historic Cottage Row Mini Park.
PACIFIC HEIGHTS—Need more proof that SF's real estate market is hot? How about the fact that the city's 4th most expensive abode, this $18M Pacific Heights Palace, sold in barely over a month.
COW HOLLOW—What's going on at the desolate lot at Filbert and Van Ness? We've got details and renderings of the new condos by Trumark Urban that are slated to rise there shortly.