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TENDERNOB— MTV's The Real World is returning to San Francisco next year. MTV hasn't confirmed, but there's a pile of evidence that the show's stars will be housed in the old Avalon Ballroom on Sutter Street.

THE WATERFRONT— Even though the city's coastline is already undoubtedly one of its most prized assets, big plans are in the works to make the City by the Bay's endless water's edge even better. We've mapped 18 major changes in store for San Francisco's waterfront.

NOE VALLEY— Twitter co-founder Evan Williams just sold his Owen Kennerly-designed home for $3.2M. That's $205K over asking.

SAN FRANCISCO— Looking to rent an apartment in San Francisco for around $3,300? Here are some options.

NOB HILL— Grace Cathedral is undergoing a massive waterproofing effort, which is why the church's stairs have been demolished.

TENDERLOIN— It's still possibly, albeit difficult, to find a home in San Francisco for under $500K. Thankfully this adorable studio at the Hamilton is on the market and asking $419K.

POTRERO HILL— Potrero Hill's newest development, Onyx, is gearing up for its opening. Yes, we have floor plans.

NOB HILL— Looking to buy in Nob Hill? There are plenty of options, including a plethora of condos at The Marlow.