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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

Golden shipping container portal moving to Presidio

Space allows for 20-minute conversations with strangers on the other side of the world Since July, a gold-painted shipping container in Crissy Field has let everyday San Franciscans have 20-minute video chats with people anywhere from...Show More Summary

Wealthy Presidio Terrace Residents Hire Lobbyists To Pressure Supes To Rescind Street Sale

The homeowners have hired a former assistant city attorney to represent them, and a lobbying/PR team consisting of two former city staffers who now do public affairs consulting. [ more › ]

Day Around The Bay: Disgraced VC Threatens Accuser With Legal Action

Supes consider tossing out that Presidio Terrace street sale, James Franco honors a Palo Alto journalism teacher, and Berkeley Airbnb hosts are rushing to register before an October deadline. [ more › ]

Presidio Terrace: City Hall might throw out sale of street

Back in August news broke that homeowners on ultra-tony Presidio Terrace, an O-shaped private street in the neighborhood of the same name, had somehow managed to loser ownership of their gated byway. Angry members of the exclusive cul-de-sac’s...Show More Summary

San Francisco’s most and least expensive homes this week

Presidio Heights cashes in while Bayview hangs out 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 extremes. A...Show More Summary

Not a single affordable neighborhood left in SF, says data firm

Except for the Presidio, where only 13 people own homes The data software firm ESRI published a housing info map last week—titled “Is The American Dream Still Affordable?”—examining how many residents can afford a mortgage in every ZIP...Show More Summary

For Some Reason, About 10% of the USAF’s Remaining KC-10 EXTENDER Aerial Refueling Tankers Flew Over the Golden Gate Bridge Yesterday

TweetOne after the other. Here’s one coming: And another one over the Golden Gate, this one, #60031: And another one leaving, passing over the Presidio, last seen heading east: I saw five myself. The KC-10 has worked out all right considering the record of its civilian counterparts in the DC-10 / MD-11 family. The Air Force […]

Patriot Prayer leader ends up at Crissy Field after all

It was a “crazy day” for Joey Gibson — one that ended with the Patriot Prayer leader showing up at the spot in the Presidio where he had once scheduled a rally for the right-wing group. Gibson called off that event the day before it was to have been held Saturday, saying he would hold a news conference in Alamo Square Park instead. Show More Summary

Most of SF’s Presidio now will be open Saturday

Most of San Francisco’s Presidio will open to the public on Saturday, the National Park Service said after a right-wing group canceled plans for a rally at Crissy Field. Officials at Golden Gate National Recreation Area said late Friday that the organizer of the Patriot Prayer rally had relinquished his permit. Show More Summary

Muni cancels Presidio, Marina service Saturday

Political rally and counterprotests lead SFMTA to reroute all lines The SFMTA announced on Thursday that it will suspend most Muni service to the Presidio and the Marina on Saturday, citing a planned political rally and corresponding...Show More Summary

MANSPLAINER: How Tourists Should Get Their Rental Bikes Over The Bridge to Sausalito on Saturday, August 26th, 2017

Tweet[Mansplaining means giving advice without being ask, I understand. Apologies.] Attention Frisco Tourists / Visitors. You are about to have a big headache, as a great bulk of our Presidio will be closed on Saturday, August 26th. Both of these zones will be bike-free areas. So here’s what you do. Instead of renting up at […]

Crissy Field is Going to be Locked Down this Weekend – Here are All the Rules for the “Patriot Prayer” and Protest

TweetFBOW, it’s on. Get all the deets from our National Park Service here. And our Presidio Trust weighs in after the jump.. “First Amendment Permits | Aug 25-27 Message from GGNRA Acting General Superintendent Cicely Muldoon August 23, 2017 The National Park Service has a long and proud tradition of being the site of peaceful […]

What $3,800 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from the Presidio to the Design District 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?...Show More Summary

Mayor And Board Of Supervisors Actually Signed Off On Sale Of Presidio Terrace

It may have been buried in a dozen and a half pages of other properties being auctioned off by the city tax collector, but the both mayor and the SF Board of Supervisors did approve this. [ more › ]

Presidio Terrace: This is the second time residents lost their own street

This is not a drill Homeowners in ultra-wealthy Presidio Terrace were shocked in May to discover that their privately-owned street—as in the, lanes and sidewalks of the street itself, including over 100 potentially quite valuable parking...Show More Summary

Inside the exclusive multimillion-dollar San Francisco street that a couple bought for $90,000

Tina Lam and Michael Cheng are living their version of the American dream. The couple made headlines this week when a San Francisco Chronicle story outed their 2015 purchase of Presidio Terrace — a private cul-de-sac lined by $35 million...Show More Summary

Presidio Terrace Homeowners Have Lost Track Of A Common Property Tax Bill Before

They actually let the tax bill lapse back in the 70s, and had to wrest the title for their street back from the city in 1985. [ more › ]

A couple bought one of the most exclusive streets in San Francisco for $90,000

A Bay Area couple bought San Francisco's Presidio Terrace for a mere $90,000 at a little-known auction and is considering charging residents to park.

San Francisco street sells for $90K. Neighbors aren't happy

Some of the extremely wealthy residents of Presidio Terrace were not aware their street was up for sale and are not pleased it has been sold.

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