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Stanley Saitowitz in the Mission; a Famous Painted Lady; 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.

ALAMO SQUARE— You'd think a house as iconic as one of the famed Painted Ladies across from Alamo Square Park would find a buyer the instant it hit the market, but that's hardly been the case for 722 Steiner Street.

THE HAIGHT— Want to marry a San Francisco millionaire? Surprisingly, the Haight is home to the most unmarried millionaires in the city.

THE MISSION— The owners of the building that houses La Parilla have hired starchitect Stanley Saitowitz to design a new building for the site, including a condo development.

SAN FRANCISCO— Looking to rent for $3,900/month? Here's a small sampling of what that gets you.

RUSSIAN HILL— A prime piece of Russian Hill, namely the largest unit at The Hermitage, has hit the market for $5.399M.

POTRERO HILL— Did you know that the Potrero del Sol Park is home to the largest skatepark in San Francisco?

THE MISSIONThe sales office has officially opened for Vida, the new condo development that will have 114 units.

PACIFIC HEIGHTS— Hey, moneybags. Looking to buy? A grand Pacific Heights 4-bedroom with views galore has hit the market asking $8.85M