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Neighborhood Stereotypes; The City's Smallest Apartment; Really Expensive One Bedrooms; More!

Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Sally Kuchar shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.Screen%20Shot%202014-05-01%20at%209.48.20%20AM.jpgSAN FRANCISCO— Ready to be offended? Here are 16 neighborhood stereotypes that are shockingly accurate.

CHINATOWN— The smallest apartment currently for rent in San Francisco is a 225 square foot pad seeking $1,750/month.

DIAMOND HEIGHTS— A glorious and almost fully restored Eichler has been listed for $1.425M. Prepare yourself for some Mid-Century Modern eye candy.

SAN FRANCISCO— A trend that's emerging: Fancy schmancy one bedroom condos being listed and sold for over one million dollars. Here are four that just listed, including a corner unit at the Millennium that's asking $2.898M.

TENDERLOIN— Tenderloin resident Andrew Deming gives us insider info on his neighborhood.

YERBA BUENA— A penthouse at the Four Seasons just landed on the market asking a jaw-dropping $11 million, is more than $3,000 per square foot.

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA— An interactive map shows that Giants fandom dominates all of Northern California, including all of Oakland, where the A's are based.