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Envy-inducing Cow Hollow home seeks $13.5 million

Past meets present inside 1908 abode Sandwiched between Pacific Heights and the Marina lies Cow Hollow, an affluent stretch popular with young professionals and the Soul Cycle set. It’s also home to some of the city’s priciest properties—with good reason. Show More Summary

Ford Ranger Raptor

Headed to Asia/Pacific markets first (then hopefully the US), the off-road ready version of Ford’s baby pickup packs a 2.0L turbodiesel engine, a 10-speed gearbox, Fox shocks, upgraded rear suspension, increased ride height, all-terrain drive modes, and much more.

Lyft Tesla: How Does This Make Sense?

TweetA four wheel drive Model S, for extra confusion, UBERing away in Lower Pacific Heights, the Locus of Lyft: So how does this work? Buy car for $100,000. Then start paying it off through Lyfting? Seems a lot of effort…

SF Decorator Showcase announces 2018 location

Not so fast, Pacific Heights In a refreshing twist, the house selected for this year’s San Francisco Decorator Showcase—the annual design event wherein some of the west coast’s best design firms, given their own space inside a lavish abode, conceive interior-design magic—isn’t high up on a hill in one of the city’s more tony neighborhoods. Show More Summary

17-Meter Significant Wave Heights Forecast for NW Pacific Ship Lanes

A rapidly developing storm low is forecast off the coast of Japan January 22nd-23rd with storm to hurricane-force winds and significant wave heights to 17 meters, or about 56 Feet. This will be a dangerous storm affecting ships arriving...Show More Summary

Genteel Gregorian Pac Heights mansion prunes price

Franklin Street staple snips asking to $7,495,000 Hello again, gorgeous. The stately Pacific Heights mansion at 1735 Franklin, landing on the market for $9.7 million in 2014, has gone through several price cuts over the years. It returns...Show More Summary

Renovated Pacific Heights townhome asks $3.2 million

Humble turn-of-the-century Edwardian exterior has a surprise inside Photos by Open Homes Photography Located inside an eight-unit boutique tenancy in common, this Pac Heights home, built in the late 1800s by Edgar Mathews, was renovated to the hilt in 2012 by Dumican Mosey Architects. Show More Summary

Gorgeous Pac Heights Queen Anne asks $6.99 million

An 11-bedroom dream on Franklin comes true Not all homes are created equal. In the case of 1701 Franklin, it’s difficult to find any Pacific Heights house with more intricate, antique beauty or any greater atmosphere of refinement, even...Show More Summary

Russian spies in San Francisco? According to Foreign Policy article, yes!

It reads like the plot of a Cold War-era John le Carré novel set in the Bay Area: Russian spies roaming Pacific Heights and one standing on the shores of Stinson Beach, armed with a small device he may have used to map the country’sShow More Summary

$1 million price drop for 90s-era Pac Heights mansion

Even though 2747 Vallejo Street was built from the ground up in 1995, the casual observer could be forgiven for thinking it shares a vintage with some of its more historic Pacific Heights peers. The intricate facade details seem to be from a bygone era, with elaborate trim and mouldings, a dramatic row of arched

What $6,200 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals from the Mission to Pacific Heights 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 another person's townhouse? Today's...Show More Summary

Look Who’s Driving Down the Bike Lanes of Polk Street Now: That’s Right, It’s SFMTA Employees at the End of Their Shifts – Mercy Me, We Got Ourselves a CONVOY

TweetI still haven’t figured out how the SFMTA wants drivers to travel south from your greater Pacific Heights, Cathedral Hill, 101 Corridor, Polk Gulch, TenderNob, Twitterloin area. My latest theory is Hyde through the Tenderloin, but what I know is that Gough, Van Ness, and Polk ARE NOT the way to go. And guess who […]

San Francisco’s most and least expensive homes this week

Pacific Heights learns to cooperate, while Laguna Heights just drops 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...Show More Summary

Enormous 57.8 ft Significant Wave Heights Recorded in NW Pacific Ocean

4 months agoVehicles / Watercraft : gCaptain

A hurricane-force low-pressure system in the northwestern Pacific Ocean is living up to the hype, generating massive heights measured at over 57 feet! Following up on forecasts calling for 55 ft. (17 m) wave heights, the National Weather...Show More Summary

Mugger Shoots Man In Lafayette Park

The shooting comes days after an Uber driver was shot at the entrance to the Pacific Heights park. [ more › ]

Merging Pacific Storms Could Produce 17-Meter Wave Heights

4 months agoVehicles / Watercraft : gCaptain

Post-Tropical Hurricane Force Storm Lan will move rapidly northeast and transfer its energy to a developing storm low that will move towards the southwestern Bering Sea and western Aleutian islands. This developing storm will deepenShow More Summary

Uber Drivers Shot In Pacific Heights, On 380 Near SFO

One Uber driver had just picked up passengers at SFO when the shooting occurred. [ more › ]

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

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