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Industrial Oakland penthouse asks $2.7 million

Features rooftop deck, hot tub, and views of AT-AT Walkers Overlooking the Port of Oakland, this fourth-floor unit, which we’ll bill a penthouse, has quite the history behind it: Built in the 1920s as the Phoenix Iron Works foundry (a...Show More Summary

Law will force 97.6 percent of California cities to build more

“It’s clear we need to change” In 2017, Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 35, a new law that demands California cities build more housing or risk temporarily losing control of some of their permitting and entitlements processes. Few metros...Show More Summary

Super sleek Pac Heights condo seeks super steep $4.9 million

Comes with views of Alcatraz and the Bay From 2011 to 2013, the 1909 Edwardian at 2064 Jackson went through a major renovation care of Riaz Taplin of Artthaus. The results are dramatic. Gone are any hints of its turn-of-the-century past. Show More Summary

Sophisticated Victorian Flat in Heart of Cole Valley

Expansive 3-4BD/1BA Full Floor w/Verdant Outlooks. Glorious Natural Light, Sleek Modern Kitchen. 1-Car Garage, Proximate to Shops, Dining, & Transportation. 253 Frederick Street San Francisco, CA 94117. Wendy Storch, 415.519.6091, [SOTHEBY’S]

Classic Modern Style, Luxurious Refinement

Exquisite Custom 3BD/3BA w/ Sweeping 360 Degree Views. Two Level Entertaining Space, Professionally Appointed Kitchen. Sheltered Garden, 2-Car Garage, Proximate to Treasured Villages4031 21st Street San Francisco, CA 94114. Wendy Storch, 415.519.6091, [SOTHEBY’S]

What $2,000 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from Portola to the Tenderloin, but which would you live in? 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 isShow More Summary

A cabin in Berkeley, replete with wood interiors, asks $479K

Secluded hideaway in the East Bay Nestled on a 6,780-square-foot-lot, this small slice of serenity in Berkeley is up for grabs. Ideal for those who want to get away from it all without being too far away from it all. Featuring one bed,...Show More Summary

An oasis, for her: New women’s-only clubhouse opens in the Mission

San Francisco’s leading lady artists, makers, and designers assemble to transform a historic church into a modern space When Molly Goodson walked through the doors of the light grey, 100-plus-year-old wooden church in the heart of the Mission, she knew she had just walked into the future home of the Assembly. Show More Summary

Stockton rolls out universal income experiment

Hard-luck city to offer low-income families $500 per month The city of Stockton is committing to an experiment with a Universal Basic Income (UBI) in 2018: The city will supplement a few low-income Stockton families’ budgets to the tune...Show More Summary

Uber now offering bikes in San Francisco

City clears partnership with New York bike company for nine-month trial period “Uber for bikes” is a fairly popular Silicon Valley business plan these days—so much so that the next company hopping aboard the idea is, in fact, Uber. The...Show More Summary

San Jose votes to boot Christopher Columbus from City Hall

Lawmakers set six-week deadline for removal of statue San Jose City Council voted Tuesday night to remove a statue of Christopher Columbus from the lobby of City Hall, responding to complaints in a longstanding argument about the Italian...Show More Summary

Hunters Point Shipyard: Everything you need to know

Keeping up with the past, present, and future of the onetime Navy base.

Navy: Do-over of $250 million cleanup at Hunters Point necessary

Unknown delay for city’s biggest redevelopment project The biggest redevelopment project in San Francisco since the 1906 earthquake may be delayed at least another year—and possibly more—as the Navy prepares to redo all of the testing...Show More Summary

Super blue blood moon pairs beautifully with Salesforce Tower

See the celestial phenomenon in the sky A few folks dragged themselves out of bed early this morning, with the power of excitement and caffeine coursing through their veins, to see the rare super blue blood moon lunar eclipse, a rare...Show More Summary

New design for SF’s fourth-tallest building would cut housing

Transbay Parcel F developers try another design The team developing Transbay Parcel F—a trio of buildings that include real estate firm Hines, Goldman Sachs affiliate Broad Street, and Urban Pacific Development—announced a new design...Show More Summary

Sunday Streets 2018 schedule announced

Plus a to-be-revealed mystery route A lot has happened since 2008. Rent and home prices skyrocketed to stratospheric levels. The Mission turned into the Marina 2.0. Historic LGBT businesses continued to close with alacrity. We got a new tower. Show More Summary

SF pleads with state to fund new courthouse

Building pipes are so bad that the ceiling routinely leaks urine San Francisco needs a new courthouse and has gone knocking on the door of California Governor Jerry Brown in hopes of netting roughly $1.6 billion to replace the terrible...Show More Summary

What $7,900 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals from Dogpatch to the Mission, but which would you live in? 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...Show More Summary

How SF tourism industry deals with the homeless crisis

“I actually think it’s the worst it’s ever been” San Francisco is home to some of the country’s nicest and priciest hotels. But many of them struggle with the optics outside their expertly-designed lobbies. In addition to competing with...Show More Summary

New map reveals Bay Area’s favorite running, cycling routes

Downtown San Francisco is popular, and people can’t sweat enough in Golden Gate Park A world map by fitness tracking app Strava shows exercising patterns of people across the world. While it has made headlines for revealing the location and layout of U.S. Show More Summary

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