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  • Curbed SF Is Closing June 26, 2020
    Shutterstock It’s not good-bye — we’re moving to a new home. For 14 years, Curbed SF has been obsessed with all things San Francisco. We covered the city’s biggest developments, including the opening of the Transbay Transit Center and the construction of the Salesforce Tower, and its biggest failures, including the homelessness crisis and continuing dearth […]
  • Tucked-Away Shingled Cottage in Berkeley Asks $629K June 24, 2020
    A lapis door adds color to the brown shingled home. | Photos courtesy of Mason-McDuffie Real Estate Better Homes and Gardens Complete with beamed ceilings, leaded windows, and a brick fireplace. Price: $629,000 Location: Elmwood District, Berkeley With the UC Berkeley main campus to the north and Clark Kerr Campus to the east, this compact home […]
  • S.F. Quietly Puts Statue of Genocidal Explorer Into Hiding June 23, 2020
    AP It was made by Fascist ruler Mussolini’s bodyguard and official sculptor. Christopher Columbus never stepped foot on what is today the United States. He never visited California or sailed the Pacific Ocean. And he didn’t discover America in 1492. But that hasn’t stopped American cities, including San Francisco, from erecting statues honoring the genocidal […]
  • The Stud is Dead; Long Live the Stud June 18, 2020
    Hearst Newspapers via Getty Image San Francisco’s oldest — and most diverse — queer bar calls it quits. It was a splendid, fitting farewell for the Stud, San Francisco’s iconic gay bar: a virtual 12-hour drag show that swung from festival to funeral and back again. S.F. native Honey Mahogany, wearing a black gown and […]

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  • Delays for Supersized Development Articulated August 7, 2020
    Approved last August, the entitlements for the 1,032-unit “Hub” development designed to rise upon the 3-acre Caltrans lot at 500 Kirkham, across from The Crucible and a block from the West Oakland BART station, are slated to expire on August 21, 2021, if the ground isn’t broken. And while the project’s expiration date is still […]
  • Stylish Gold Certified Condo Trades Below Its 2013-era Price August 6, 2020
    With one of the sophisticated South Beach condos at 750 Second Street, a boutique, LEED Gold Certified 14-unit building “in the immediate vicinity of our city’s sports complexes…and all the fabulous bars, restaurants, and cafes for which the area is so well known,” having traded for its 2013 price at the end of last year, […]
  • Benchmark Mortgage Rate Just Hit a New All-Time Low August 6, 2020
    Having slipped back under 3 percent last week, the average rate for a benchmark 30-year mortgage has dropped another 11 basis points to 2.88 percent, which is 72 basis points below its mark at the same time last year and a new all-time low, according to Freddie Mac’s latest Mortgage Market Survey data. At the […]
  • Foreclosed Upon Noe Flop Liquidated at a Loss August 5, 2020
    The failed “Dreambuilders” flip of the Noe Valley home at 639 Grand View Avenue, which was foreclosed upon earlier this year and taken back by the financiers who were owed $3,576,411 on the investment, returned to the market with a $3,195,000 price tag in May having been completed and priced for a small profit at […]

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