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Average Rents by Neighborhood; Homes Under $500K; More!

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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.

SAN FRANCISCO— Are you sitting down? We've got maps of the average price of a 1- and 2-bedroom apartment in San Francisco by neighborhood.

TENDERLOIN— Speaking of rentals: here's your first look at the very tiny apartments at the Lofts at Seven.

SAN FRANCISCO— If you're looking to buy in San Francisco but only have a budget of $500K or less, here are ten options for your consideration.

POTRERO HILL— A very glamorous property owned by the late New York art dealer and collector Allan Stone has had its price reduced by $1M.

SAN FRANCISCO— Because the rental market in San Francisco is so bananas, one roommate seeker went above and beyond by creating a nifty graphic of testimonials about why she's a great roommate.

THE MISSION— We got a sneak peek of Urban Putt, the 70-seat restaurant and bar that'll have an 18-hole indoor mini golf course.

SAN FRANCISCO— What can $2,200 a month rent you around San Francisco? Decent studios, apparently.

UNION SQUARE— Apple has sold its Union Square store for $3,000 a square foot, making it the highest price ever paid for a Union Square property.