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Mapping Big Changes; Elbo Room's Not Going Anywhere; 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.

MID-MARKET— All new renderings were just released for the proposed building at 950-974 Market St., which would be a 250-room hotel, 316 residential units, and 15,000 square feet of retail. Game changer.

ALAMEDA—The most expensive home ever in Alameda just sold. We've got photos and pricing. It's got a heated outdoor pool and tennis courts.

THE MISSION—All those rumors flying around about the Elbo Room being demolished to make way for condos? We've broken down exactly what would be required to make that happen, and it's very difficult and would take about a billion years to actually happen.

SAN FRANCISCO—Here now, a map of the biggest and best 20 southeastern neighborhood changes.

UNION SQUARETweaked Union Square Apple flagship store designs were up for approvals this week. As expected, the three-story shiny glass box designed by Foster + Partners is pretty slick looking.

SAN FRANCISCO—Wonder what $3,000/month can rent you around San Francisco? Here's a glance (and a poll!).

SAN FRANCISCOAverage housing prices in tech hubs are a mind-boggling 82% higher than the average price for a comparable home in a non-tech hub.