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Activists protest major Mission development inching toward completion

Protestors dub developer “Satan,” among other things 1515 South Van Ness is a six-story, 157-unit housing development just north of Caesar Chavez Boulevard, erected by Lennar Urban, the same developer pouring shocking sums of money into...Show More Summary

Piedmont home with private funicular cable car asks $1.7 million

This house has everything—falcons, a hillside railroad, fire... Designed in 1973 by Bay Area architect Bennett Christopherson for the Farnsworth family, this updated home in the tony town of Piedmont offers two ways of accessing theShow More Summary

Curbed Comparisons: What $7,000 gets you in San Francisco

Who rents for seven grand? We don't know, but we do have five case studies of what they get for you to choose from Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Show More Summary

San Francisco rents still dropping

This is one trend we can get behind Since the month started on a weekend, monthly rent reports split up a bit. But now we’re finally seeing full numbers from everybody, and the news across the board is that local rents are mostly down compared to last month and the same time last year. Show More Summary

City leaders want to preserve Van Ness Avenue’s historic streetlights

The 101’s famed “Ribbon of Light” as we know it stands in peril Today the San Francisco Board of Supervisors urged the SFMTA to stop any and all plans to replace the detailed and historic street lamps that grace Van Ness Avenue. See, the congested stretched is getting a major facelift. Show More Summary

Sleek new Los Altos Hills home asks $17 million

Double wow! If icy luxury terms like "gated," "state of the art," and "austere" pique your fancy, then this Los Altos Hills mansion is ready for your wildest real estate daydreams. Coming in at eight bedrooms, nine and a half baths,Show More Summary

Euro-style Sunset renovation asks $1.39 million

That’s just a lot of glass doors Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: It’s an old San Francisco house, but a year ago somebody bought it, completely overhauled the interior into something gasp-inducingly contemporary, and even though...Show More Summary

Stunning contemporary Potrero Hill home asks $2.9 million

Too cool or too much? Billed as an "entertainer’s masterpiece," this contemporary home at 1218 Mariposa keeps things sleek and slick in Potrero Hill. It features two beds, two and a half baths, a roomy 3,227 square feet, oak and bamboo...Show More Summary

Here’s Your SF Fleet Week Schedule

Look up! No, we’re not under attack. Those low-flying jets you hear and see above signify the beginning of Fleet Week in the Bay Area. Think of it as an annual Tuesday noon siren only louder, longer, and sexier. While many an armed forces...Show More Summary

This landmark Hayes Valley house is Victorian perfection

Whoa! Earlier today we brought you a slick, extreme Victorian renovation. It polarized many and enchanted few. Now, let’s cleanse the palate with an unabashed beauty in Hayes Valley. A local landmark at 294 Page, this 1878 Stick Victorian, previously featured here in 2013, lands on the market again. Show More Summary

How the other Frisco beats us in economic growth

You realize this means war The credit site WalletHub indulged its compulsion to rank cities against one another again today, this time measuring the economic growth of 515 municipalities over the past six years. San Francisco comes in...Show More Summary

Sherwood Forest midcentury on market for first time in 42 years

A rare treat in San Francisco's smallest neighborhood It’s uncommon to find a house on the market in San Francisco’s Sherwood Forest, San Francisco’s smallest neighborhood. At two by three streets in length, it’s nestled between St. Francis Wood and Miraloma Park. Show More Summary

The only SF neighborhoods to get new liquor licenses will surprise you

So, where can you get a drink in this town? Despite a high-profile love affair with craft liquor, San Francisco has a slightly odd relationship with liquor licenses, those golden tickets that empower the slinging of over the counter hooch. Show More Summary

Curbed San Francisco Pocket Guide: Fall 2016

The ultimate autumn places to visit (or revisit) in everyone's favorite city In this 49-square-mile patch of land we call San Francisco, there's more to do on a fall day than watch Netflix from the comfort of your couch. Here at Curbed...Show More Summary

Homeowners claim their Millennium Tower units are now worthless

Condo buyers try to chop millions off of their property valuations before the tax man cometh There’s plenty to be mad about regarding the Millennium Tower snafu: City Hall is upset at building inspectors, the developers are mad at the...Show More Summary

Extreme Noe Valley Victorian renovation asks 4.29 million

Maximalists might cringe, but minimalists will coo at this cool, austere abode Kicking the week off we offer you what could be a polarizing renovation over in Noe Valley. The patient: a 1901 Victorian at 4348 23rd Street The procedure:...Show More Summary

Salesforce Tower now taller than Transamerica Pyramid

The end of an era What’s that old saying about how records are made to be broken? Since 1972, the familiar Transamerica Pyramid has been San Francisco’s tallest building, displacing previous champ 555 California Street by over 70 feet. In...Show More Summary

High & Low: SF's most and least expensive home sales this week

Bayview dresses to impress, and a Pac Heights realtor sells her own house for a mint Friday afternoons are time for the High & the Low, a Curbed SF column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. Show More Summary

Why SF median rent may be much lower than we think

Although note that we’re down five percent from last year, so at least there's that It’s been a year of slow but continuous easing off the clutch for the price of an apartment in San Francisco. And after the summer declined to give us...Show More Summary

Smallest house for sale in SF packs a punch

At only 557 square feet, this Outer Sunset home proves that size isn’t everything It’s rare to find a beach bungalow north of Santa Cruz. It’s especially rare to find one in San Francisco. But this adorable little gem at 4429 Kirkham in the Outer Sunset is just that. Show More Summary

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