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See the city’s ideas for giant Treasure Island art

Arts Commission sees island redevelopment as unprecedented opportunity Earlier this month, the San Francisco Arts Commission released its approved Master Plan for the redevelopment of Treasure Island, which the commission calls “an unparalleled...Show More Summary

Spanish-Med gem is Berkeley’s second most expensive home

It even comes with—gasp!—a ballroom Designed by John Hudson Thomas, there’s much to fawn over at this sprawling circa 1913 home tucked in the Berkley Hills’ Thousand Hills community. Featuring four beds, four baths, and 5,696 square feet, 1936 Thousand Oaks Boulevard covers roughly one half acre of space. Show More Summary

Summer of pet love, SF sleep stats, and gaming parking

Three things to know today Clement parking starts slide Long under the fixed price of $2.25 per hour, those parking on the Outer Richmond District’s bustling Clement Street will have less of a sure thing in July. The Richmond District...Show More Summary

Finance company offers SF homebuyers free month’s worth of avocado toast

“Recipients will still need to toast the bread” Not since the cronut has a food item caused such fervor and eye rolling-related muscle strain as the avocado toast. A simple snack, especially popular in the 1990s in wine country, has turned into something far more insidious as of late. Show More Summary

BART replaces all fake security cameras with real ones

The lack of actual camera footage proved troublesome after recent criminal activity on trains. After an investigation by the San Francisco Chronicle revealed that, harrowingly, more than two thirds of the cameras on BART trains wereShow More Summary

13 overlooked and forgotten murals of San Francisco

Over 450 murals decorate the Mission District. SoMa boasts over 130, and nearly 100 festoon the Tenderloin. Building-side murals are part of San Francisco's history, culture, and attitude. But there's more to the mural tradition than just the Mission. Show More Summary

Two-Story, Cottage-Style Home at The Cannery!

Tilton at The Cannery by Shea Homes | August Move-In! Residence 159 | Plan 1B | $830,504 | 2,489 Sq. Ft. | 4 Bedrooms & 3 Baths Bedroom and Full Bathroom on First Floor, Spacious Master Bedroom With Walk-In Closet, Study Area Upstairs at Landing, Upgraded Cabinets and Carpet.

Twenty percent of San Francisco millennials somehow own a home

One of the lowest rates in the country, but ironically impressive in context The apartment site Abodo released a study today clocking precisely how many people born between 1982 and 1999 own homes in major American cities. Unsurprisingly,...Show More Summary

Hillsborough ‘Flinstone House’ sold for $2.8 million

Bulbous beauty finally finds a buyer The famed, polarizing Flintstone House in Hillsborough, located at 45 Berryessa Way, landed on the market in 2015 for a whopping $4.2 million. Since then, it saw several price chops. And in May, it found a buyer. Show More Summary

What $6,550 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from NoPa to Excelsior Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out. Show More Summary

The most beautiful interiors in San Francisco, mapped

Earlier last week, we asked Curbed SF readers to nominate buildings with the most beautiful interiors, posing the question, “What interior spaces make you say, ‘whoa’?” The readers’ picks that rolled in didn’t disappoint, from hotels to churches to bathrooms. Show More Summary

SF cyclist documents navigating homeless camps along popular bike path

One-minute video reveals longstanding, barely concealed problem near Cesar Chavez Street A San Francisco cyclist going by the name Steve Sanders on YouTube uploaded a revealing video of his morning commute last week, documenting theShow More Summary

Landmark Filbert Cottage asks $4.49 million

Historic 110-year old Russian Hill home under goes dramatic renovation The four simple Russian Hill homes known as the Filbert Cottages pull an awful lot of water with San Francisco preservationists despite their humble origins. As Noe...Show More Summary

5 Bay Area beach houses to keep you cool all summer

Surf and home turf As the summer months approach, so does one’s desire to hit the beach and stay there. Here are a handful of abodes situated right by or very close to the ocean. From Santa Cruz to Stinson Beach, here are five beachShow More Summary

San Francisco techie proposes housing homeless on cruise ships

Greg Gopman was once famous for viral anti-homeless rant Greg Gopman, a San Francisco entrepreneur who once worked at Twitter, wants to house San Francisco’s homeless residents on a retired cruise ship, putting a Silicon Valley spinShow More Summary

SF Pride 2017 photos: From the Market Street march to Civic Center celebrations

Hundreds of thousands of people flood the streets to celebrate diversity With LGBTQ Pride month coming to an end, San Francisco went out with a bang as thousands of people gathered along Market Street for the 47th annual Pride Parade. Show More Summary

New park with wet plaza opens in the Mission

They razed a parking lot and put up paradise Bound by Folsom Street between 17th and Shotwell streets, a new park was unveiled in the Mission last week. This is the first city-sanctioned park to open in the neighborhood in over a decade,...Show More Summary

Salesforce Tower: Watch a drone take off from the very top

Warning: You will get dizzy Local drone enthusiasts love few things more than buzzing the sites of new buildings under construction. And no wonder—just look at the view from the air during Curbed SF’s recent visit to the incoming Transbay...Show More Summary

Ducks appear in Noe Valley, Sacramento migrants, a pricey aide, and more

Four things to know today Welcome to Curbed Cuts, a tri-weekly digest connecting the dots between shelter, structure, parks, transportation, and more. An aide’s work is never done Back in the presumably dark days before 2010, a San Francisco supervisor was restricted—by law—to only two aides to help them juggle constituent demands. Show More Summary

Terrorism fears will close half of Golden Gate Bridge for marathon

Car attacks in Europe worry bridge honchos In a unanimous decision, the Golden Gate Bridge’s Board of Directors voted on Friday to close the northbound lanes of the span from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. during the San Francisco Marathon July 23...Show More Summary

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