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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. NOB HILL— The highly anticipated Marlow luxury residential development has taken off its plywood to reveal its facade. Like it? Hurry up and put a ring on it because only three of the 98 units are still available.
SAN FRANCISCO— You know how the rental market is completely insane right now? Here's a breakdown of rental rates by neighborhood and it's not as bad as you think.
SAN FRANCISCO— Did you know there's a whole slew of people drop more than $1M on a one bedroom condo? Here's a map of ten that sold just this year.
RINCON HILL— The sorta posh rental development at 333 Fremont has offered up photos, floor plans and pricing. One bedrooms will be between $3500 and $5300, and two bedrooms will be in the $4000 to $7000 range.
RUSSIAN HILL— A very fancy and big abode located steps from the crooked part of Lombard Street has been plopped on the market for a mind-numbing $9.95M.
SAN FRANCISCO— Looking for fast and free WiFi in the SoMa and FiDi neighborhoods? You have options.
SOMA— Will Salesforce be the future Transbay Tower's first tenant?
SOMA— Here is an updated map of building projects that will change the face of SoMa.