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Inside SF's Tiniest Apartment; Nicolas Cage Fan Fiction; Stunning Stormageddon Photos

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


Background photo via black.stilettos; top photo via cinemafestival/Shutterstock.com.
NOE VALLEY—At 216 square feet, SF's smallest apartment for rent comes with possibly a drawer.

SAN FRANCISCO—For Curbed's first-ever Nic Cage Day, a reporter spent (a fictional) 36 perfect hours around town with Nicolas Cage.

MISSION BAY—The Warriors unveiled a new design for their proposed arena, and it looks a lot less like a toilet than it used to.

SAN FRANCISCO—From indoor snowfalls to live reindeer appearances, we mapped 18 spots where you can get in the holiday spirit.

BAY AREA—Though the power outages and flooding from the storm kind of sucked, kayak owners sure made the best of it.

SAN FRANCISCO—It's not just your imagination—asking rents for apartments went up 13.4 percent this year.

PRESIDIO—After its awkward breakup with George Lucas, the Presidio bagged landscape starchitect and High Line auteur James Corner for a new expanse of parkland.