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Mark Zuckerberg's Insane Reno Caught on Google Street View; Potty-Training the Warriors; A $100M Aristocratic Soap Opera

Plus more of this week's biggest news from Curbed SF.

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

EUREKA VALLEY—The renovations on Mark Zuckerberg's $10M pied-à-terre have been getting out of hand, but you don’t have to take our word for it. Google Street View caught the whole thing.

MISSION BAY—After commissioning an arena that bears an unfortunate resemblance to a toilet, the Golden State Warriors rushed to assure everyone to calm down, this is only a preliminary toilet.

SILICON VALLEY—Behind the walls of this $100M mega-manse in Hillsborough there's an aristocratic soap opera waiting to be unraveled, with cameos by a Gold Rush tycoon, San Francisco social royalty, and a French count.

PACIFIC HEIGHTS—Zynga founder Mark Pincus just listed his manse on Billionaires’ Row for $18M. But how many Farm Coins will it go for?

SAN FRANCISCO—This map of Burners by neighborhood pretty much confirms that all your Burning Man stereotypes are correct.

SoMa—Here's how a Google attorney's face wound up plastered on a Durex condom wrapper.

MISSION BAY—True fact: Before biotech, Mission Bay was a very successful 19th-century whaling hub.

SAN FRANCISCO AND EAST BAY—Alert! Curbed SF is seeking two freelance contributors.

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