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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.

SAN FRANCISCO— Ready to be offended? Here are 16 neighborhood stereotypes that are shockingly accurate.

CHINATOWN— The smallest apartment currently for rent in San Francisco is a 225 square foot pad seeking $1,750/month.

DIAMOND HEIGHTS— A glorious and almost fully restored Eichler has been listed for $1.425M. Prepare yourself for some Mid-Century Modern eye candy.

SAN FRANCISCO— A trend that's emerging: Fancy schmancy one bedroom condos being listed and sold for over one million dollars. Here are four that just listed, including a corner unit at the Millennium that's asking $2.898M.

TENDERLOIN— Tenderloin resident Andrew Deming gives us insider info on his neighborhood.

YERBA BUENA— A penthouse at the Four Seasons just landed on the market asking a jaw-dropping $11 million, is more than $3,000 per square foot.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA— An interactive map shows that Giants fandom dominates all of Northern California, including all of Oakland where the A's are based.