Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
KENTFIELD—Barry Zito can't seem to catch a break. The Giants pitcher has chopped the price of his Kentfield Estate in a bid to escape the long commute from Marin to the ballpark.
HAYES VALLEY— We've got renderings galore of the mixed use-development at 450 Hayes designed by Handel Architects, slated to fill in a former Central Freeway parcel currently used as a surface parking lot.
SAN FRANCISCO— What can $3,000/month rent you in the City by the Bay in 2013? We've found one-bedroom units from the Mission to Russian Hill, as well as a quaint Sunset two-bedroom. Read and decide which place provides the most bang for your buck.
NOE VALLEY— Noe Valley's real estate is known to be red hot, but the sale of this 2-bed, 2-bath abode at 77% over asking is enough to shock even the most jaded real-estate connoisseur.
SAN FRANCISCO—We've compiled a list of the top three SF residential sales for the past week, which include blinged-out pads in notoriously expensive Pacific Heights and a freshly renovated Cow Hollow victorian.
COW HOLLOW—After years of setbacks and community opposition, the transformation of Union Street's Metro Theatre into an Equinox gym and two upgraded retail spaces is now fully underway.