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Mapping HBO's Looking Locations; Floor Plan Porn; More!

Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.gfeacdv.jpgSAN FRANCISCO— HBO's Looking has just released the first season's epic season finale. Let's take a backward glance (in pretty map form) at the various locations spotted in this season's eight episodes.

COW HOLLOW— The 6-story, 27-unit luxury condo development in Cow Hollow known as Amero has released a slew of renderings and floor plans for your gawking pleasure.

THE MISSION/NOE VALLEY/CASTRO— A realtor has opened a very serious can of worms by lumping parts of Noe Valley, the Castro, Mission Dolores, and the Inner Mission all into one big generalized pie she calls "the Quad."

OUTER SUNSET— The San Francisco Skateboarding Association is fixing to to build a new skate park adjacent to Ocean Beach. There are just a few hurdles to clear.

THE MISSION— The Mission's future tallest condo project has topped out. 2558 Mission Street, otherwise known as Vida, will soon be home to 114 one and two bedroom units. We have floor plans.

UNION SQUARE— Have you ever noticed the super cool spiral parking garage on the corner of Mason and O'Farrell? We broke down the history for you, complete with historic photos.

NOB HILL— The highly anticipated 1645 Pacific luxury building in Nob Hill has just released a ton of floor plans. See 'em all right this way.

SAN FRANCISCOThe most expensive residential real estate sales last week include a Noe Valley home that sold for $801K over asking, a Marina home that sold for $505K over asking, and a very gorgeous Pacific Heights abode that sold for $5.495M.

SUNSET DISTRICT— Looking to buy in the Outer Sunset? Here's a map of the ten least expensive homes currently for sale. None are under $500K, but all are under $750K.

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