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3D Printed San Francisco; The Richest, Youngest, and Most Educated Zip Codes; More!

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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.


SAN FRANCISCO— Ever wonder what San Francisco will look like in 2017? Check out the largest ever 3D-printed scale model of the city.

YERBA BUENA—The priciest one-bedroom in San Francisco has lowered its asking price from $2.898 million to $2.688 million. It's still the priciest.

SAN FRANCISCO—Want to know which San Francisco zip codes are the richest, youngest, and most educated? This way, please.

SAN FRANCISCO—Take a look at 13 starchitect-designed buildings around San Francisco, including the Apple Store and the de Young Museum.

SAN FRANCISCOHere's an interactive map of all the festivals and fairs around the city you need to check out in the upcoming months.

SAN FRANCISCO—It's no surprise that the city's one of the most expensive places to buy in when three of the biggest sales last week sold for over $5 million.

PACIFIC HEIGHTS—Actress Meg Ryan's former home was just put on the market for $8.995 million.

MISSION BAY/DOGPATCH—Mission Bay and Dogpatch are crowded with new construction on residential buildings, offices, parks, and more. This way to see what's currently being built.

POTRERO HILL—316 newly planned units cause controversy with local residents over its size and location.