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Meg Ryan's Former Manse Sells; Flower Market Wilts; What an Architectural Mullet Looks Like; 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.


PACIFIC HEIGHTS—Actress Meg Ryan's stunning former abode sold for well under asking.

SoMa—In keeping with the gentrification of the neighborhood, San Francisco's famed Flower Mart may be no more by 2015.

SAN FRANCISCO—Everything you think you know about the city's housing market is true, and here are the graphs to prove it.

SoMa—SoMa is in line to get the second-tallest tower in the city, designed by starchitect Norman Foster.

OAKLAND—The East Bay's rental prices have been heating up as residents flee San Francisco rents.

SOUTH BEACH—One of the city's most expensive one-bedrooms just chopped its price. It's still incredibly expensive.

POTRERO HILL—You've got to see this modern home that looks like an architectural mullet.