Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.
SAN FRANCISCO—The current construction boom is one for the record books, so we thought it best to celebrate this exciting time in the city's history with a map of the forty most notable buildings under construction right now in San Francisco.
PRESIDIO—The Presidio Commissary off Crissy Field is about to undergo a radical transformation.
SAN FRANCISCO—From the Abner Phelps House (c. 1850) to the Sylvester House (c. 1870), these are the oldest Victorians in San Francisco.
HAYES VALLEY—Everyone knows that trying to rent an apartment in San Francisco right now is super competitive and basically an awful experience. To add insult to injury, one landlord set up a Google Document asking potential renters how much they'd be willing to go over the asking rate for a studio in Hayes Valley. The "lucky" highest bidder would get the place.
CASTRO/HAYES VALLEY—Linea on Market Street is a 115 unit boutique building that's gearing up to be sold. Head this way for pricing, renderings, and floorplans.
SAN FRANCISCO—The top three residential property sales this week include a home with an indoor pool and a speakeasy, and a co-op in one of Russian Hill's most exclusive buildings.
SOUTH BEACH—If you'd like to buy in South Beach but aren't looking to shell out big bucks, do check out this map of the ten least expensive properties currently for sale in the neighborhood.
SAN FRANCISCO—What does $6000 a month rent you around San Francisco? We've compiled some options for your viewing pleasure.
POTRERO HILL—With San Francisco's median home sold price soaring above the $1M mark, this perfectly adorable condo in Potrero Hill that's asking $399K is a breath of fresh air.