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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF intern Chloe Tarrasch shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.

COW HOLLOW— After being flipped by Troon Pacific, a Cow Hollow home is now on sale for $10 million more than when it was last on the market.

ANZA VISTA— City Center, one of the ugliest buildings in San Francisco, was designed by none other than local architect Wilber Peugh.

PACIFIC HEIGHTS— New units at 1645 Pacific Heights are being sold at the high price tag of $1,100 per square foot.

MISSION DOLORES— To cater to the inner geek in all of us, a new arcade bar with 10 arcade games, beer and wine wants to open up on the ground floor of The Century.

SAN FRANCISCO— Two multi-million dollar homes and a $7.1 million co-op were sold last week in the Marina, Noe Valley and Russian Hill, respectively, which round out the biggest sales of last week.

SAN FRANCISCO— For all the renters out there, we've compiled a list of five places in the city you can rent for $2,300/month.

RINCON HILL— Recently released plans for Transbay Block 8 reveal an urban living room outdoor design with the potential for an outdoor cinema with surrounding retail shops. Check out the impressive renderings this way.

PRESIDIO HEIGHTS— After first being listed at $5.495 million in April, the home has already chopped the price by almost a million dollars.

SAN FRANCISCO— Compared to older condos, newer ones are getting premiums up to $400 more per square foot. Take a look at these graphs that illustrate the astonishing differences in price premiums.