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Train derails in Lincoln Heights

Five Union Pacific rail cars derailed early Friday morning in Lincoln Heights, authorities said. Los Angeles City Fire Department responded to the derailment near 740 S. Lamar St., but all freight train cars remained upright and there were no injuries, no fire and no products or hazardous materials...

Guess which S.F. zip saw a 40 percent increase in sales prices this year?

The most expensive zip code in San Francisco isn’t in one of the city’s tony northern neighborhoods, like Pacific Heights or Telegraph Hill. In fact, it’s not north at all, but south—South Beach to be exact. That’s right, 94105 is the priciest zip code in San Francisco, according to data from property research site Property

Presidio Heights Edwardian home asks $9.9 million

Comes with chandelier in the master bedroom closet and separate guest studio out back. Photos by Jacob Elliott, courtesy of Missy Wyant Smit, Compass Up in tony Presidio Heights (Pacific Heights’s chic yet aloof oldest sister) one can find some of the city’s finest homes. Show More Summary

Lower Pac Heights Victorian asks $3.4 million

San Francisco to the hilt One block away from tony shops and eateries along Fillmore Street, this Lower Pacific Heights Victorian, built in 1900, has been renovated to reflect recent tastes. White interiors. Marble. chevron tile floor. Show More Summary

Pacific Heights penthouse with solarium asks $5.1 million

Swoon! High atop this classic 1920s high-rise in Pac Heights sits a penthouse—a true penthouse—fit for any blue blood with a trust fund busting at the seams. Featuring two beds, two and a half baths, and roughly 3,122 square feet, 2100...Show More Summary

The 33: San Francisco’s most beautiful bus ride

A cathartic journey from the Mission to Presidio Heights Transit lines lacing throughout San Francisco offer scenic views of nature (e.g., the greenery of the Presidio, the expansive Pacific of Ocean Beach) or architectural wonder (the...Show More Summary

Check out the S.F. landmarks in the bathrooms of this $5.85M Willis Polk Tudor

In 1893, Willis Polk designed a grand Tudor Revival home on top of Pacific Heights. At the time, the famed architect was at the beginning of his lauded local career. He would go on to create many other gorgeous residences, as well as landmarks like the Hallidie and Hobart buildings downtown, One Lombard Street at

What $3,100 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from Pacific Heights to Mid Market Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio is another person's townhouse? Today's price: $3,100. ? First up, here’s an alcove studio in downtown/SoMa asking $3,100/month for 500 square feet. Show More Summary

Willis Polk Tudor Revival in Pac Heights asks $5.8 million

With bathrooms boasting Transamerica Pyramid and Golden Gate Bridge tile work Photos via Pacific Union Willis Polk designed some of the dreamiest abodes in the city. Most notably? The Hobart Building, the Pacific-Union Club, and this strip of Edwardians in Nob Hill. Show More Summary

DA Declines To Prosecute Crown Heights Woman Who Police Say Made Bogus Pre-Carnival Complaints

The Brooklyn District Attorney's Office has declined to pursue charges against Kathleen Reilly, a Crown Heights woman who was arrested Wednesday night while filming patrons with her iPad outside of Pacific Gardens, a Trinidadian venue on Pacific Street. [ more › ]

Pacific Heights penthouse with gorgeous ceilings asks $1.4 million

Arched doorways and stunning ceilings in the living room Crowning a Spanish-Mediterranean residential high-rise, this top-floor condo in Pacific Heights still echoes the 1920s without falling victim to renovation purgatory. Coming in...Show More Summary

Renovated Pacific Heights Victorian asks $3.3 million

Comes with its own studio underneath Remodeled in 2015, this two-unit circa 1900 home in tony Pacific Heights comes with an eyeful of uber-contemporary design. 1825 Scott, comprising the top two floors, features two en-suite bedrooms,...Show More Summary

Gas line ruptures in Pacific Heights neighborhood

San Francisco authorities told motorists and pedestrians Saturday to avoid an intersection of Pacific Heights after a gas line broke. An advisory from the city around 12:30 p.m. said the incident happened at Webster and Washington streets. The...Show More Summary

Prowler Swipes Booze, Bike From Lower Pac Heights Home

An overnight theft deprived a Lower Pacific Heights man of two things most beloved by San Franciscans. [ more › ]

Spanish-Med condo in Pacific Heights asks $1.6 million

Tranquility galore inside renovated 1920s gem Mere steps from Lafayette Park, this top-floor unit inside 1940 Sacramento is a treat for anyone with an eye for San Francisco’s 1920a Spanish-Mediterranean look. "It represents a great opportunity for a buyer with his/her heart set on Pacific Heights,” said realtor Mike Yrazabal. Show More Summary

San Francisco’s most and least expensive homes this week

This time the low beats out the high in Pacific Heights Friday 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. Here’s this week’s pageant of...Show More Summary

Hollywood office building gets yet another height chop to settle lawsuit

It’ll go from 15 stories to 13 stories A proposed Hollywood office building will get yet another haircut in order to settle a lawsuit, the Los Angeles Times reports. The AIDS Healthcare Foundation had sued Hudson Pacific Properties, the office building’s developer, over the building’s height. Show More Summary

Pacific Heights full-floor flat nabs $22 million

1924 co-op finds a lucky buyer Designed by architect Conrad Meussdorffer, 2006 Washington, known as the “pink building,” stands as one of the city’s toniest and most sought-after towers. So much so that, after less than a month on the...Show More Summary

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