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The Ultimate Transamerica Time-Lapse; Micro-Units for Two; Can KitTea's Design Win Over SF's Hipster Cats?

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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.


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HAYES VALLEY—Preliminary renderings for the city's first cat café have been released. But will SF's hipster cats approve?

SANTA CLARA—Watch Levi's Stadium rise in two minutes flat.

SAN FRANCISCO—Umm, guys? SF's rents are starting to look more and more like New York's.

EUREKA VALLEY—Take refuge from San Francisco's housing craze in an actual glass bubble.

FINANCIAL DISTRICT—Here's what happens when you tape an iPod Touch to the window and run a 24-hour time-lapse of the Transamerica Pyramid.

SOMA—Think a micro-unit for one is small? Try squeezing in two.

SILICON VALLEY—Hillsborough's famed House-on-Hill manse has sold for $22.8 million. It's got imported antique parquet de Versailles flooring, triple gold-gilt moldings, and, oh, a waterfall.

SAN FRANCISCO AND EAST BAY—Alert! Curbed SF is seeking two freelance contributors.