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On the Market: Unchanged Filbert Steps Home Climbs $745K in Telegraph Hill

The two-bedroom home at 305 Filbert Street is set in one of the city's most enviable locations, just off the Filbert Steps in Telegraph Hill. It has views of the bay, a magical garden setting on the steps, and clean,...

AM Linkage: More Candlestick Demo Porn; The Future of Backyard Homes

Photo via Jeremy Brooks · The ups and downs of building backyard homes in SF · Photos: Candlestick Park demolition continues · Juries to decide if state Uber, Lyft drivers are employees · Are Apple stores getting sweetheart deals on...

On the Racked: The 38 Best Home Goods Stores in the City; What the Team at Levi's Wears to Work; Isabel Marant Is Coming to SF; More!

Welcome to On the Racked, where Racked SF editor Robyn Hagan Cain shares the top fashion, beauty and fitness news of the week. Photo: H.D. Buttercup SAN FRANCISCO—It was hard work, but we've updated our list of the best home...

Development Watch: Could Condos Spell Last Call for Duboce Triangle's Lucky 13?

The Upper Market corridor is experiencing quite the boomlet as of late, with projects proposed left and right. A new proposal in Duboce Triangle would replace dive bar Lucky 13, as well its adjacent patio and parking lot, as...

Lifestyles of the Rich and Richer: Lumina's Second-Best Penthouse Seeks a Mere $29 Million

Image via Steelblue/Tishman Speyer All the billionaires turned off by the excesses of Lumina's mind-boggling $49 million duplex penthouse will want to look carefully at the penthouse planned for the shorter Tower D. Whereas the $49 million model, on the...

Flipping Out: Flippers Rebuild Totally Livable Noe Home, Quadruple the Price

Back in 2012, a lovely home in the heart of Noe Valley sold for $1.26 million. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom home had been built in 1950 and was well kept, with a simple yet modern kitchen, a big front window,...

Eviction Watch: The rent-controlled tenants of 1135 Guerrero...

The rent-controlled tenants of 1135 Guerrero Street say that their new landlord has begun bullying them in an effort to make them move out, using tactics like accusing a 70-year-old grandmother who lives in the building of dealing drugs. Other...

Development Watch: San Francisco Shipyard Officially Sells Out First Two Buildings

The early stages of the San Francisco Shipyard development, perched on the tip of Hunters Point, has always felt like a bit of an experiment in San Francisco housing. Would homebuyers be willing to head that far out to a...

Good Move: Goodwill Industries sold its Mid-Market HQ...

Goodwill Industries sold its Mid-Market HQ to developer Related California last year. Now Goodwill has purchased the former Northpoint Theatre building at 295 Bay Street in North Beach for $16 million. The organization plans to move to its new home...

Turf Wars: Mexican Museum Tower to Finally Break Ground, Despite Suits

Rendering via Handel ArchitectsMillennium Partners is planning to break ground this summer on 706 Mission Street, the luxury condo and office high-rise that will house the Mexican Museum at its base, despite the endless lawsuits that continue to plague the...

AM Linkage: Flower Mart Pressure Builds; Can We Have an Etti-Cat Too, Pls?

New York's Etti-cat, via Muni Diaries · Flower Mart ballot-box pressure looms · Push to unionize workers in Silicon Valley gaining traction · 2014 Mission Bay fire remembered; lessons learned · Reservoirs for East Bay water users near 38-year lows...

Insert Yoda Joke Here, You Must: One of San Francisco's quirkier landmarks...

One of San Francisco's quirkier landmarks is the 26-inch Yoda statue that sits in the Presidio. Now, a another sculpture honoring Yoda has popped up smack in the middle of Union Square. The heart-shaped creation is part of the San.....

House Calls: Where Bootleggers Once Dallied, an Island of Awesome Castoffs in the Mission

Welcome to House Calls, a new feature in which Curbed tours lovely, offbeat, or otherwise awesome homes in the Bay Area. Think your space should be featured next? Here's how to submit. Photos via Patricia Chang (except where noted). The...

Cartoon Buildings: Since The Simpsons began airing in...

Since The Simpsons began airing in 1989, there have been many references to famous landmarks and architects on the show, with Frank Gehry and Rem Koolhaas even making cameos in Springfield. In homage to the series' co-creator Sam Simon, who...

Pricechopper: Traditional Presidio Heights Manor Hacks Price to $13.5M

It just got a wee bit cheaper to live large in Presidio Heights. 3501 Jackson—a grand 1922 home just a block off the park—has slashed $1 million from its ask, making it easier for a one-percenter (and a small...

Red, White and Turquoise: Over in Oakland, a very patriotic...

Over in Oakland, a very patriotic one-bedroom house painted to look like an American flag has gone up for sale. The ask is just $129,000, a bargain price that would require mortgage payments of $480 per month after a 20...

Turf Wars: If They Must Choose, Telegraph Hill Neighbors Prefer Middle-Class to Low-Income Housing

Telegraph Hill residents are notorious for being among the most vocal in the city about any new developments in or around their neighborhood. They are now making themselves heard with thoughts on a new low-income-housing development set to be built...

Dancing About Architecture: The vertical dance troupe Bandaloop—whose performers...

The vertical dance troupe Bandaloop—whose performers can be seen here waltzing up and down Oakland City Hall—are currently planning a new piece about Mid-Market. The dance will take place on the outside of the Hastings law school building, and it...

Development Watch : New Affordable Housing Proposed for Hayes Valley's Parcel O

A Preliminary Project Assessment application has been filed for Parcel O, an empty plot of land sandwiched between Avalon Hayes Valley and Fell Street. Unlike the pricey development down the block, this parcel is set to house apartments for...

AM Linkage: Fish Complicate Bridge Detonation; The Antigentrification Song

Photo via RChin · Threatened fish could complicate plan to blow up old Bay Bridge pier · Oakland's 'lone builder' unveils plans for three new market-rate projects · City gets a big pile of fresh sand for Dolores Park—for free...

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