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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. SFO— Here's a sneak peek of the the upcoming 400-room luxury hotel next to SFO.
b>PACIFIC HEIGHTS—The founder of Sharper Image can't seem to unload his mansion, so he's lowered the price from $11.95M to $10.95M.
COW HOLLOW—$349K will fetch you San Francisco's smallest home currently on the market. It's 265 square feet.
PRESIDIO HEIGHTS—It's decided: 3660 Jackson will play host the the 2014 Decorator Showcase. How glamorous!
TENDERNOB—Your first look at Blanc's 2,000 square foot penthouse.
NOB HILL—A very posh condo designed by San Francisco society dame (and interior designer) Ann Getty has hacked $325K off its asking price, making it $2.25M.
HUNTERS POINT—Here now, a video of the proposed mega development for the Candlestick site.
RICHMOND DISTRICT—Here are the ten least expensive properties for sale in the Richmond. Spoiler alert: None are in the Inner Richmond.
SAN FRANCISCO—Last week's three biggest residential sales include fancy condos and Centenarians single-family homes. The most expensive sale was a single-family home in Cole Valley that sold for $3.795M.