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Inside SF's Newest Micro-Units; 'Princess Diaries' House Chops Price; SF's Most Expensive Home Seeks $39M

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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Lamar Anderson shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.


Photo by Patricia Chang
SOMA—Here's a sneak peek inside the under-construction Panoramic, whose 274-square-foot micro-units are the smallest going up in the city.

BILLIONAIRES' ROW—The most expensive house in San Francisco is asking an eye-popping $39 million. It's got an indoor basketball court, a separate au pair suite, and a master bath that could be mistaken for a bridal boutique.

THE INTERNET—Designs for the George Lucas museum San Francisco passed up have been released in Chicago, and no one can decide exactly what it looks like—Space Mountain? Jabba the Hutt?

THE EXCELSIOR—In hopes of finding a buyer, the firehouse where Anne Hathaway lived in The Princess Diaries has burned $325K from its price.

BAY AREA—These awesome fantasy maps depict San Francisco and Oakland as colonies of Middle Earth.

MID-MARKET—Twitter stands accused of elitism for proposing a skybridge linking its two buildings, but everyone's kind of forgetting that they're just replacing the one that used to be there.

SAN FRANCISCO—SF's median rent topped New York's for the third month straight.

SOMA—If all goes according to plan, they're going to put a grassy knoll on top of the Chronicle building.