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City to Airbnb: Crack down or pay up

Lawmakers level $1,000 daily fines for outlaw STRs Tough year for Airbnb at San Francisco City Hall. First we found out that more than three quarters of San Francisco short-term rentals are flouting registration laws. Now the city has...Show More Summary

Voters Effectively Double San Francisco Affordable Housing Rates

For now, at least While many votes remain uncounted, these preliminary results are solid enough to tell us what’s winning. San Francisco voters approved every single state and local ballot measure on Tuesday, by double digit marginsShow More Summary

Absolutely Gorgeous Pac Heights Flat Swoops Onto Market at $2.7 Million

Stunning co-op takes up the entire third floor of tony 1923 beauty Photo via Redfin Lauded primarily for his work on the St. Regis Apartments in Lafayette Park, the city's only privately owned building in a public park, and 2006 Washington,...Show More Summary

Palace of Fine Arts Future Home of San Francisco Museum

"Fireless fireworks" and a "tower of innovation" will replace initial hotel plan It looks like you won’t be booking a room at the Palace of Fine Arts in the future, as both of the proposed hotel projects that might once have occupied...Show More Summary

Bonkers Lake District Edwardian With In-Law Hits Market at $2.4 Million

Oof. This one is a beauty. Photo via Theo Built in 1923 and gloriously renovated, this three-bedroom, three-bath Edwardian condo at 124 Ninth Avenue sits in Lake District, a sliver of a neighborhood sandwiched between the Presidio and Presidio Heights. Another point of interest is the in-law on the bottom floor. Show More Summary

One San Francisco ZIP Code Outspends Nearly Entire U.S. on Elections

Four years ago we didn't even crack the top 50 Although you wouldn’t know it from our state’s final lap primary date, San Francisco’s political clout has gone way up. So much so that a single downtown San Francisco ZIP code has become...Show More Summary

Contemporary Corner Unit at St. Regis Residences Asks $2.9 Million

Some people yearn for the Victorian lifestyle, while others crave to call a sleek high-rise home—latter group, this one's for you. Photo by Patrick G A unit has opened up at the St. Regis San Francisco Residences in Yerba Buena. Part...Show More Summary

Curbed Comparisons: What $3,700/Month Rents You in San Francisco

Five local rentals that indulge your love of trim, towers, and painted ladies, from Potrero Hill to the Haight. Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Show More Summary

SF Luxury Auction House Allegedly Turns Sprinklers on Homeless

Dousing the homeless with water as a preventative measure is nothing new in San Francisco Screen grab from Google Street View Potrero Hill's Bonhams Auction House office, a British auctioneer of fine art and antiques, has reportedlyShow More Summary

Bernie Sanders Spoke at Crissy Field, Used Golden Gate Bridge as Backdrop

Stunning scenery for Sanders rally Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders addresses supporters. Photo by AP Photo/Noah Berger On the eve of the California Primary Election, Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders came to San Francisco. Show More Summary

Alamo Square Park to Partially Open This Week

Yes, it's the Full House section Alamo Square Park, which was closed in May for much-needed renovations, will reopen to the public this week. But only part of it. A viewing area will open on Thursday at Hayes and Steiner, which, according...Show More Summary

Remote Italianate Napa Property Listed For First Time at $3.5 Million

North Bay town's most expensive non-winery listing Up in the hills in the tiny town of Angwin (Napa County, population 3,050 or so) you’ll find this four bed, four and a half bath, 4,800 square foot Italian-style house whose original...Show More Summary

Every Possible Color-Coded Map of San Francisco

From median rent to women/minority-owned properties or property values and cafe seating, a bird's-eye guide to where absolutely everything happens We admit it, we love mapping San Francisco. Something about the not-quite square profile...Show More Summary

Condo at Eichler's Summit in Russian HIll Seeks $2.8 Million

Unit inside the famed architect's only SF high-rise hits the market Photo via Sotheby's Right on the midcentury heels of these four gems in North Bay, another Eichler lands on the market, this one an updated unit on the 17th floor in...Show More Summary

Arts Commission Building Flashes Morse Code Messages From Ex-SF Artists

Straight at City Hall, no less That flickering light in the Arts Commission building is not an indication that they need to pay their PG&E bill. Rather, it’s a message from your former neighbors. Beginning on Friday and on display through...Show More Summary

San Francisco to Shut Down Pier 80 Homeless Shelter

Although this one will close down in July, the city plans to open even more shelters Screen grab from CBS 5 After a two-month extension, San Francisco plans to shut down the temporary (albeit popular) homeless shelter on Pier 80, even...Show More Summary

Stinson Beach Home With Tiny Treehouse Asks $2.9 Million

Photo via Sotheby's Though this abode by the beach has a lot to offer in terms of tranquility and adorability, its accompanying treehouse fulfills every childhood arboreal dream. Tucked away on a cul-de-sac in Stinson Beach, 14 Francisco Patio is just over 30 minutes away by car from San Francisco (an average Muni ride to the Sunset, if you will). Show More Summary

Millennium Tower Corner Unit For $3.7 Million

With "fumed eucalyptus" on the side The 58-story, glass swaddled Millennium Tower was finished in 2009 and is now something of a forerunner for the Yerba Buena neighborhood, a towering residence for the seven-figure set before the city...Show More Summary

Where Is My Polling Place?

Find your polling station for Election Day Photo by Todd Lappin Tomorrow, June 7, marks the Presidential Primary Election in California, a chance for the Golden State's voice to be heard insofar as the Democratic presidential nominee is concerned. Show More Summary

Four Eichler Homes With Pools: Which Is Your Favorite?

So cool Photo courtesy of Eichler for Sale On a blisteringly hot day (if one can consider 82 degrees in San Francisco sweltering), these four spectacular Eichler homes with swimming pools will cure your sun-stroke blues. All of themShow More Summary

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