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Get to Know Mid-Market's NEMA; Adaptive Reuse; Presidio Batting Cages; More!

Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.

Screen%20shot%202013-08-05%20at%2012.47.10%20PM.jpegPACIFIC HEIGHTS—Do check out 2700 Pierce if big spending and grandeur are your thing. The 5-bed, 4.75-bath, 6,981 square foot mansion just came onto the market asking $8.5M.

SAN FRANCISCOHere's a map of 21 buildings getting an adaptive reuse to breathe new life into them or a facelift to freshen things up a bit.

MID-MARKETHere's a sneak peek of what to expect from NEMA, the massive 754-unit apartment complex under construction at the corner of 10th and Market streets.

SAN FRANCISCO—Looking for an apartment rental? Check out our guide on how to close the deal on your dream apartment.

THE PRESIDIO—A group of baseballers are fixing to open batting cages in the Presidio. If the deal goes through, the Presidio Batting Cages would be the only public facility of its kind of the city. Unfortunately, the Presidio Trust has already rejected the project sponsor's lease proposal for two different buildings.

SAN FRANCISCOWe've got options for you if you're looking for an apartment to rent in the $3,200/month range. Some are even pet-friendly!

SAN FRANCISCO—Last week's biggest residential real estate sales went to big abodes in Noe Valley and Eureka Valley.