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Color-Coding SF's Rental Madness; Feting Sharkitecture; Cat Fanciers Rejoice

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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.

SAN FRANCISCO—The median price of a San Francisco apartment renting today is, gulp, $3,600. Here's what you can get for that price around the city.

HAYES VALLEY—It's official: San Francisco's first cat café, KitTea, has inked a lease and will be herding cats very soon.

SAN FRANCISCO—Eep, the price of a one-bedroom in Bernal is up a whopping 101 percent since 2011. See how other neighborhoods stack up.

OAKLAND—One of the Lost Eichlers of Oakland Hills has hit the market, and it's your basic pristine midcentury A-frame with a, sigh, outdoor atrium.

SAN FRANCISCO—Because it's Shark Week, we've gone and mapped the city's most fin-tastic buildings. Let's see that sharkitecture.

HAYES VALLEY—Feel like some condo window shopping? Check out these 8 awesome Instagram photos of Stanley Saitowitz's 8 Octavia.

THE MISSION—Cheap would be the wrong word, nonetheless here are the 10 least expensive properties for sale in the Mission.