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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Lamar Anderson shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
[Photo via Patricia Chang]
PACIFIC HEIGHTS—Romance novelist Danielle Steel doesn't like to draw attention to herself, which is why she has elected to live inside an extremely discrete hedge.
SAN FRANCISCO—Feeling skint? Here's what $2,400/month rents you around San Francisco.
BAY AREA—Did you hear? Tony Stark is moving to San Francisco. We're not sure who his broker is, so we went looking for the perfect Iron Manse.
INNER RICHMOND—The upstairs bedrooms in this Richmond condo are half room, half glass tent.
CORONA HEIGHTS—Due to a technical glitch, Corona Heights was briefly SF's most expensive neighborhood of the year, unloading a three-bedroom condo for $25.25 million.
SoMa—Developer Kilroy has promised not to disband the Flower Mart after all, but we're not sure the battle's over yet.