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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar rounds up the week's top real estate news.
SAN FRANCISCO—Do check out the updated map of San Francisco streetscape projects. The map now features 25 major projects that will transform San Francisco's streets.
RUSSIAN HILL—A Stanley Saitowitz-designed contemporary stunner in Russian Hill can't seem to find a buyer, so it hacked $1.115M off its $7M price tag.
THE MISSION—What's up with the proposed South Van Ness Fresh & Easy?
SAN FRANCISCO—Last week's three biggest sales were all single-family homes, including a 9,125 square foot Pacific Heights mansion that sold for $8.8M.
POTRERO HILL—We have new information on the David Baker-designed mixed use complex called Daggett Place.
SAN FRANCISCO—What's $1,800/month get you around San Francisco? Mostly studios, but you can still find a decent one bedroom in the avenues.
RUSSIAN HILL—Looking to buy on Russian Hill but don't want to shell out really big bucks? Here are the five least expensive homes currently for sale in the neighborhood.