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Art Dealer's Contemporary Dolores Heights Home Asks $5 Million

Pretty enough to frame It’s a cliche to refer to a house as a work of art. But you might get away with it this time, as the seller of 350 Hill Street in Dolores Heights is Rowland Weinstein, owner of the Weinstein Gallery on Clementina...Show More Summary

Oakland Tales: Part 2

What's it like to live in one of the most quickly changing cities in America? Last week, Curbed explored some of the many facets of a rapidly changing Oakland. In response, many Oaklanders shared their stories of living in the city and watching it transform; here's more of what they had to say (lightly edited for readability). Show More Summary

Oakland Artists Are Building a Three-Story Victrola for Burning Man

For when you really, really want to be heard Everybody has a dream. Oakland artist Nick Fynn’s dream is to build a 35-foot-tall Victrola gramophone and roll it out to the desert in time for Burning Man come August. In the odd but apparently...Show More Summary

The 32 Best Design and Furniture Stores in SF

Looking to add some pomp and flare to your dwelling? Yearning for a unique piece to tie the room together? Look no further. Here now, a list of the best design and furniture stores in San Francisco. Other than Jonathan Adler (who has...Show More Summary

Seattle Is Crushing San Francisco In New Home Sales

It’s not even close Real estate site Redfin tweeted a potentially damning chart this morning: Seattle is blowing us away in sales of new construction. We’ve heard several times this year that Seattle is supposedly "the next San Francisco."...Show More Summary

Bonkers Millennium Tower One-Bedroom Lands On Market for $2.8 Million

Warmly chic downtown pad gives off “club-like atmosphere” This one-bedroom, two-bath pied-à-terre in the Millennium Tower looks like the bad guy’s condo from an ‘80s Oliver Stone movie, which we mean in the best way possible. Eschewing...Show More Summary

Updated Mission Dolores Victorian Evades Renovation Overkill, Asks $1.29 Million

Stained glass windows and classic gas-plumbed fireplaces highlight this Inner Mission beauty "Doth my eyes deceive me," you might be wondering after looking at this Victorian updated, which, mercifully, has managed get a fresh update...Show More Summary

Final Transbay parcel takes shape in new renderings

Sixty-story building would rub shoulders with Bay Bridge, Transbay Terminal park The last piece of San Francisco’s new skyline may have fallen into place last week, with the release of initial renderings for the future of Transbay Parcel F. This was the final big plot up for development. Show More Summary

Oakland Tales: Part 1

What's it like to live in one of the most quickly changing cities in America? Last week, Curbed explored some of the many facets of a rapidly changing Oakland. In response, many Oaklanders shared their stories of living in the city and...Show More Summary

Bay Area’s Safest Towns 2016, Ranked

Spoiler alert: San Francisco didn’t make the cut Pulling data from towns with at least 5,000 residents, Niche, a statistical ranking site, narrowed down the allegedly safest cities for people (safe for socio-economically lucky people,...Show More Summary

San Francisco Rent Report: We've Dropped to the Second Most Expensive City In America

Also, the sheer terror of being a renter in Oakland Stop the presses: San Francisco is finally cheaper than New York again. According to a single apartment listing site, that is, and by a margin of only $40, and only for a one bedroom place. Show More Summary

Major Lake District Edwardian Renovation Wows, Will Ask $4.49 Million

Stellar two-unit building is being marketed as a single-family home You have to hand it to this major redo in San Francisco’s tony sliver of a neighborhood, Lake District. This apparent two-unit structure at 158 Eighth Avenue turnedShow More Summary

What $4,300/Month Rents You in San Francisco

Five new rentals for a pretty penny, but which is the prettiest? Welcome back 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 Price of Mission Fires Doubled Last Year

In case you weren't already mad about 2015 Supervisor David Campos raised a few alarms last week when he intimated that arson might be behind the apparent uptick of building fires in the Mission. The potential culprits? Landlords, eager...Show More Summary

Western Addition Eichler Condo Asks $1.05 Million

A recently renovated midcentury delight near Japantown Photos via Redfin A block away from Japantown in the Western Addition is an 18-story high rise that, though an Eichler, isn’t terribly special. What is interesting, however, areShow More Summary

15 Bonkers Photos of San Francisco’s Jaw-Dropping Fireworks Spectacular

Oh, Karl On July 4th, the United States celebrates Independence Day. And on that very same day, coincidentally, San Francisco takes part in its annual illumination of the fog ceremony. For—what?—the third year in a row (fourth? fifth?...Show More Summary

High & Low: San Francisco's Most and Least Expensive Home Sales This Week

One of the city’s most expensive homes moves. So does one of its least Friday means it’s 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. SoShow More Summary

Another Warriors Heartbreak For Oakland

Even after the wounds of the Golden State Warriors' loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers have started to scab over (for those not keeping up, the Cavs bested the hugely popular Warriors with a surprising, devastating Game 7 victory in the NBA Finals), the city of Oakland faces yet another blow to its ego: the team’s move over to San Francisco. Show More Summary

Map: How Every Single Candidate Did in Every Neighborhood

Treasure Island felt the Bern Last week, when Curbed SF pointed out a potentially intriguing map of where Donald Trump voters lived in San Francisco, we jokingly mentioned working on a map of Ohio Governor John Kasich voters too. (Kasich came in second in the San Francisco GOP Primary.) We were only kidding. Show More Summary

Millennial Commune In Alamo Square Asks $650/Month, Lots of Hugs

Just so you know, there will be yoga too A $1,000/month (utilities and groceries included) to live a block away from Alamo Square is an impossibly good deal no matter how you slice it. The catch is that you’d be sharing a room with 5...Show More Summary

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