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San Francisco's Most Expensive Hotel Suites; Secret Gardens; Where to Watch the Fireworks; More!

Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the most important real estate stories of the week.

Samuel%20Living%20Room.jpgSAN FRANCISCO—From the Ritz-Carlton's Presidential Suite to the Fairmont Hotel's Penthouse, these are San Francisco's most expensive hotel suites.

SAN FRANCISCO—Summer's here! Here are 17 secret gardens and green spaces hidden around San Francisco.

SAN FRANCISCO—Here now, a map of the ten most expensive one bedrooms on the market. The most expensive is a 1,642 square foot condo asking $3.95M, and the "cheapest" is a 1,172 square foot condo asking $899K.

SAN FRANCISCO—Here's a handy map of 14 spots to watch the July 4th fireworks extravaganza. Our favorite is an 11 million year old volcanic rock high atop Berkeley.

SAN FRANCISCO—Looking for an apartment in the $4K per month range? You've got options.

YERBA BUENA—829 Folsom has released eight new condos onto the market. Three are already in contract, so run, don't walk.

SAN FRANCISCO—Remembering San Francisco's baseball stadiums, in photos.

CASTRO—Interior photos of the kinda controversial ICON boutique condo building have been released. The 18-unit building is pretty pricey but will sell out fast.

SAN FRANCISCO—San Francisco may not get as much celebrity glory as LA or New York, but our hotels have hosted their fair share of parties, protests, and politicians. Here now, a gallery highlighting some of the most glamorous and dramatic events at San Francisco hotels.

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