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The High & the Low: SF’s most and least expensive homes this week

Noe Valley says eureka, while the Tenderloin keeps it classy Fridays is time for the High & the Low, a Curbed column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. What surprises did theShow More Summary

LA’s final home for the homeless is a green corner of historic Boyle Heights

The unclaimed dead are interred in mass graves One of the saddest annual rituals in Los Angeles took place this week in a green corner of historic Boyle Heights: The county interred the cremated remains of 1,430 forgotten persons—many...Show More Summary

Interest-rate spike seems to be flattening — but the move up isn’t over

The interest-rate fever has broken for the moment. The 10-year T-note touched a two-year high yesterday at 2.45 percent, mortgages 4.25 percent. Both improved a bit today...

Renovated 1-bedroom condo in landmarked Village Green asks $399K

Get a load of the restored parquet floors This one-bedroom unit in the famed Baldwin Hills complex, the Village Green, has a lovely, 1940s exterior and a thoroughly updated interior. Completed in 1942, the Village Green is the only garden...Show More Summary

Renovation begins on Dartmouth’s Hood Museum, a Charles Moore masterpiece

The Billie Tsien and Tod Williams renovation of the museum, which includes partial demolition, gets underway Partial demolition of the the Charles Moore-designed Hood Museum at Dartmouth College got underway this week, part of a renovation...Show More Summary

Explore rapid global urbanization with updated Google Timelapse tool

See cities proliferate before your eyes Here’s something fun to head into the weekend with: Google just made some major updates to its Timelapse feature, which uses over 5 million satellite images to show how the earth has changed since...Show More Summary

Yves Béhar elevates the co-working space with his latest concept

Esteemed designers open Canopy, a stunning shared workspace in Pacific Heights “We wanted to create something we call ‘work nirvana,’” says Yves Béhar, “which means being able to walk to work.” The famed designer, along with Amir Mortazavi...Show More Summary

Take a look at the new Echo Park hotel set to rise right next to a 101 Freeway onramp

The boxy hotel will have 88 guest rooms We’re getting our first good look at a new hotel in an unglamorous spot in Echo Park, thanks to city documents spotted by Urbanize LA. It will be built in the crook of an onramp to the 101 Freeway,...Show More Summary

'Real Housewife' Lea Black lists her polished pad in Hollywood Hills West

Another day, another “Real Housewife” is making a real estate move in L.A. This time it’s Lea Black of “Real Housewives of Miami” and her husband, attorney Roy Black, who have put their home in Hollywood Hills West up for sale at $2.895 million. Built in 1959 and since renovated, the Midcentury...

Meet the Founder: Matt Holmes from CoBuy

In our latest real estate tech interview, I’m talking to Matt Holmes from CoBuy, a company based in Seattle that helps groups of people jointly purchase homes (I first came across them via GeekWire). What do you do? I am a co-founder...Show More Summary

49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick buys New York condo for $3.21 million

Putting his home in San Jose on the market isn’t the only move Colin Kaepernick is making these days. Earlier this year, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback paid $3.21 million for a condominium in the TriBeCa area of New York City, property records show. Located within the One York Street building,...

Vintage Volkswagen bus converted into solar electric camper

Impressive DIY right here Today’s camper vans run the gamut, from the amphibious, to the luxurious, to the totally tricked out. A impressive new project from electric vehicle wizard Brett Belen shows how they can be super sustainable,...Show More Summary

Final results: How San Francisco neighborhoods voted

Phenomenally unpopular with SF voters, Trump enjoyed some pockets of support Right after Election Day, Curbed SF parsed which neighborhoods in San Francisco cast the most ballots for President-Elect Donald Trump. But that’s a potentially misleading statistic. Show More Summary

Mapping LA’s hottest neighborhoods among homebuyers

Here’s where sales were up most last quarter Recent real estate reports show that Los Angeles home prices have risen steadily since the third quarter of last year, but naturally homebuyers are more interested in some neighborhoods more than others. Show More Summary

This sustainable suburban home can power a pair of electric cars, too

Modern design and net zero principles helps a Minnesota couple realize their green home dreams Minnesotans Mark and Kate Hanson believe in efficiency and a better environment, so it makes sense they’d seek out a more sustainable design for their new home. Show More Summary

“Full House” creator bought the “Full House” home

With plans to redecorate it to match the cloying sitcom of note Back in August, the house at 1709 Broderick, which served as the facade of the Tanner home on the cornball but much beloved ABC sitcom “Full House” (and its 2016 sequelShow More Summary

Could the San Diego Chargers really be moving to Los Angeles?

We’ll know by January 15 When the NFL voted earlier this year to let the Rams relocate to Los Angeles, it also gave the San Diego Chargers the limited-time option to move north and share the Rams’ new Inglewood stadium. Unable to get...Show More Summary

Extraordinary 4BR New Construction in Prime Beverlywood

1700 Bagley Avenue, newly priced at $2,495,000 Open House Sunday 12/4 from 1-4pm & Tuesday 12/6 from 11-2pm Jeremy Ives/Compass 310-858-1902, Contemporary w/ stunning architectural features & open floor plan

2 potential economic realities for Donald Trump in 2017

I’ve been analyzing economies and markets since the 1970s, and this is easily the least predictable. So, call it what you will -- chicken or rigged -- there are two equally probable outcomes for what President-elect Donald Trump's economy might look like in...

Modern home updates the traditional courtyard house in Phoenix

The Sol house by the Ranch Mine is an oasis in the city The Sol house, by husband-and-wife team behind The Ranch Mine and the renovation of this 1980s pad, is a new-build, or infill home, on a previously vacant lot in the Willo Historic District in midtown Phoenix. Show More Summary

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