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  1. Eater Tastings: SF's Most Iconic Restaurants and Dishes; Liholiho Yacht Club Comes Into Port; MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Curbed

    This week was Classics Week on Eater, and we kicked things off with a map of the 25 classic restaurants every San Franciscan must try . SAN FRANCISCO - And if that wasn't enough, we also rounded up the 25 best dishes from classic San Francisco restaurants , from Mitchell's ube ice cream to Bob's apple fritters.

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  2. Pricechopper: $30M Mega-Manse 2724 Pacific Gets Nip-Tuck, Falls to $21.75MRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Curbed

    The 13,500-square-foot mansion at 2724 Pacific Avenue has been on the market since November 2012 , and, with a $30 million asking price, has at various points over the past couple of years been the most expensive home for sale in San Francisco. Owned by former Pacific Stock Exchange chairman Doug Engmann, the property initially was set to come with three parcels of land totaling .61 acres-which made it one of the city's largest residential parcels-but that amount has now dropped to two parcels with .36 acres .

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  3. Maps: What a 49ers Salary Can Buy Around the Bay Area, MappedRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Curbed

    With an average salary of $19 million per year and a contract worth $114 million, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick could easily scoop up San Francisco's most expensive home , but not every player is so lucky. The average 49ers contract is for just over $9.5 million .

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  4. Comparisons: What $2,500/Month Rents You in San FranciscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Curbed

    Welcome to Curbed Comparisons , a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various San Francisco neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $2,500 .

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  5. Waterfront Wars: Developer Pacific Waterfront Partners was expected...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Curbed

    Developer Pacific Waterfront Partners was expected to submit new plans for its controversial 8 Washington site by the end of 2014, but according to a letter sent by the Port of San Francisco to a neighborhood group, no proposal has yet appeared . The developer's first proposal for the site, which sits between the Ferry Building and Coit Tower, was voted down at the ballot box in 2013.

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  6. Water Wars: The Massive Slip 'N Slide Would Recycle at Least Two-Thirds of Its WaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Curbed

    The petition that recently launched in effort to halt the 1,000-foot Slip 'N Slide that could descend on San Francisco come July has gained a little bit of high, forcibly dry ground, with the addition of 300 more signatures in the past several hours.

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  7. Water Wars: Killjoys Threaten Massive Urban Slip 'N Slide Over DroughtRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | Curbed

    After all the buzz last week about the 1,000-foot Slip 'N Slide coming to some to-be-announced street in San Francisco in July, the backlash has now begun in earnest. A petitioner by the name of Paul Duffy has launched a campaign to stop organizer Slide the City from rolling out the plastic bumpers amid the state's very serious drought .

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  8. On the Market: Cow Hollow Condo with Soaring Glass Sky Room Asks $1.385MRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Curbed

    Strangely shaped spaces are easy to find in San Francisco, a city of bay windows, turrets, pitched glass roofs , aggressively angled walls , and bubble rooms . But it can be harder to find one that works perfectly, as this two-bedroom Cow Hollow condo does.

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  9. Help Wanted: Attention! Curbed SF Seeks a Freelance Contributor. Is It You?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | Curbed

    Effective immediately, Curbed SF is seeking a freelance contributor to write 3-5 blog posts on a weekly basis. We're looking for some combination of urban planning nerd, cranespotter, and San Francisco news junkie to help us track neighborhood happenings and the many new developments going up around town.

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  10. The Lost Decade: 11 Years After Closing, Owner of Noe Valley's Real Food Finally Ready to BuildRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Curbed

    Amid real estate prices that spiral ever upward and the stiffening competition for space in San Francisco, an 11-year vacancy on a popular commercial strip seems like a near impossibility. But on 24th Street in Noe Valley, the old Real Food grocery has lain vacant since 2003 , when the owner, Nutraceutical, suddenly closed down and laid off the entire staff.

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  11. Side Projects: Hayes Valley resident Jordan Ma has...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Curbed

    Hayes Valley resident Jordan Ma has created a mini-Hayes Valley in Photoshop and Illustrator . Called Valley of Hayes , it's a scrollable horizontal streetscape populated by Ma's favorite spots, which are manned by bobble-headed San Franciscans .

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  12. Priced Out: The Hottest Neighborhood of the Year Is a in Daly City?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Curbed

    In 2014, real estate website Redfin predicted that Bernal Heights would be the hottest neighborhood in America over the coming year. Bernal, of course, lived up to those expectations, as prices soared , flippers turned modest homes into shiny new designer pieces , and properties sold for tens of thousands of dollars over asking.

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  13. Graffito Justice: After Long Absence, Banksy's Rat Is Back in San FranciscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Curbed

    When Banksy's "Haight Street Rat" first appeared on the side of the Haight bed-and-breakfast the Red Victorian back in 2010, the building's owners planned to repaint the side of their building, eliminating the famous graffiti artist's anti-establishment rodent. Prior to its scheduled destruction, art enthusiast Brian Greif swopped in and salvaged the piece, which has bounced around the country ever since.

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  14. Farewells: Architecture for Humanity Is Bankrupt; SF Chapter Still AliveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Curbed

    Earlier this week we were saddened to report that the San Francisco-based humanitarian nonprofit Architecture for Humanity had shuttered its headquarters near Union Square after a fund-raising shortfall . Yesterday the organization-which just celebrated its 15-year anniversary and at last count boasted a network of 59 chapters in 16 countries- posted a message on the AFH website announcing its filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy .

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  15. Comparisons: What $2,700/Month Rents You in San FranciscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Curbed

    Welcome to Curbed Comparisons , a column that explores what one can rent for a set dollar amount in various San Francisco neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $2,700 .

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  16. On the Market: Piggybacking on Warriors Arena, Glossy Madrone Condo Hikes Price By 75 PercentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 22 | Curbed

    When the Madrone by Bosa condo building started selling its Mission Bay units back in 2011 , the San Francisco real estate market looked very different than it does today. Since then, prices have shot through the roof, Mission Bay has become one of the city's hottest neighborhoods, and another Bosa development, Arden, sold out in no time last year .

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  17. Tech Crunch: Three big tech companies-Pinterest, Twitter, and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Curbed

    Three big tech companies-Pinterest, Twitter, and Stripe-are all in the market for hundreds of thousands of square feet of commercial space , and their decisions could drive the leasing market over the next couple of years. Twitter already leases 760,000 square feet in Mid-Market, but is considering Mission Bay for an even bigger expansion now that Uber has chosen the neighborhood for its headquarters.

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  18. Lucas Fracas: After its drubbing in San Francisco...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | Curbed

    After its drubbing in San Francisco and subsequent relocation to the Midwest, George Lucas's proposed Museum of Narrative Arts continues to face a chilly reception in Chicago. So much so that the Star Wars creator and Space Mountain copycat has lately threatened to take his museum to Los Angeles .

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  19. Farewells: The San Francisco-based nonprofit Architecture for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 20 | Curbed

    The San Francisco-based nonprofit Architecture for Humanity has shuttered its office near Union Square, and all staff were laid off January 1. Founded by Cameron Sinclair and Kate Stohr in 1999, the organization ran a largely volunteer network of architects who responded to disasters and humanitarian crises around the world, with 59 chapters in 16 countries. The board had trouble raising funds to keep the organization's slate of programming-which included local projects, such as the Portola pocket park at right-afloat.

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  20. sponsored post: Ultimate SF Luxury Living at Avalon Hayes ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 15 | Curbed

    Apartment living in San Francisco just got even better with the addition of Avalon Hayes Valley . The brand new luxury apartment community offers studio, one- and two-bedroom flats and townhomes with features that let you live your life effortlessly.

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