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Concrete SoMa loft with floor-to-ceiling windows asks $1.95M

This tucked-away home on a quiet street looks like the inside of SFMOMA.

Everything you need to know about SF’s response to the coronavirus outbreak

What to know during the COVID-19 outbreak in the city, from mass transit provisions to major closures.

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5 open houses you can tour virtually

Take a virtual stroll through five new listings, including a rare offering in Jordan Park.

83 facts about the Golden Gate Bridge for its 83rd birthday

It’s nice when the one you love can still surprise you.

Mimicking Brooklyn, four SF parks adopt social distancing circles

Like parking spots but for humans, these circles are meant to keep people at a safe distance while soaking up some sun.

San Francisco to close more streets to promote safe walking

Part of the "slow streets" program, these closures will add even more safe spaces for essential trips.

Dive into these 3 East Bay Eichlers with pools

These Eichlers come with pools and courtyards, giving you the best of the great outdoors without having to leave home.

A brief history of South Park, SF’s oldest—and most underrated—public park

It has a rich and thrilling past, which includes the birthplace of Twitter and setting the stage for an Oscar-winning performance.

The 11 most stunning staircases in San Francisco

Step up your game

Three atypical homes beyond the fringes of the city

These unusual abodes await those ready to ditch their urban maelstrom.

Gently renovated Lower Pac Heights Victorian hits market for $3.99M

The master bedroom’s walk-in closet has its own window.

Now is the perfect time to redo your bay windows

10 design ideas for the Victorian nook

SF’s first sanctioned tent city provides safe—albeit temporary—shelter during pandemic

With more to come.

Elon Musk puts Hillsborough home on the market for $35 million

Tesla founder has had it with the Golden State.

An abridged history of the Transbay Transit Center over the years

A look back at eight decades of San Francisco’s fantastic—and frustrating—public transit leviathan.

Don’t you dare tear down this Brutalist building, San Jose

These type of buildings are misunderstood by the general public.

Sick of Victorians? Live inside this brick and timber loft asking $1.3M

The loft’s exposed timber is a blast of fresh air compared to the antiseptic, cookie-cutter units so common in SF.

Now that Twitter employees can work at home forever, what’s to become of its headquarters?

The tech titan’s move into an Art Deco monolith in Mid-Market was supposed to be a symbol of change.

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Cheap rent, amazing views: What it’s like to live on Angel Island

"Last call for San Francisco!"

Say goodbye to the Geary Boulevard pedestrian bridge

It goes down over Memorial Day weekend.

Berkeley Hills Spanish Revival with fairytale-like tower asks $2.15M

It also comes with guest quarters.

Here’s why the La Grande Tank is the greatest unofficial landmark of SF

Sutro Tower who?

West Oakland facility designed to feed students pivots to emergency food bank

The $43 million-dollar project extends its services to help people in need during the pandemic.

Hey, look: This rare terrace unit in the Hamilton has skyline views for only $899K

It started life as a hotel suite.

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Thanks to rent control, I finally get to live alone

For the first time in 45 years.

Fear not, San Franciscans: $49M Four Seasons penthouse is still up for grabs

The tony top-floor pad will feature a pool and multiple outdoor terraces.

It is marvelous in our eyes: Double A-frame Eichler in Castro Valley asks $1.35M

It comes with a central courtyard and a pool.

The next COVID-19 crisis: The coming tidal wave of evictions

The curve that won’t flatten.

Yes, building more housing will drive down SF home prices—but there’s a catch

"Maybe the reason NIMBY-flavored arguments remain so entrenched in the region is that, in a frustrating twist, sometimes NIMBYs are right."

New shelter-in-place orders ease restrictions on construction, real estate

But restrictions on open houses and limitations on in-person viewings remain.

San Francisco has 75 billionaires. Most of them aren’t donating to local COVID-19 relief.

Now more than before, it makes the city’s heinous income gap painfully evident.

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Bay Area cities should just get rid of crosswalk buttons

Emeryville doing away with do-nothing health hazards.

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130 Bush—the original skinny legend

This pin-thin tower in the Financial District has earned a cult following.

Pretty much perfect Wine Country home, with pool house, asks $1.95M

Dutch door alert!

150 things you didn’t know about Golden Gate Park for its 150th anniversary

A look at civil engineer William Hammond Hall’s urban masterpiece.

Oakland double A-frame Eichler asks $1.55M, and I say yes

I like Eichler.

Revisit these 13 Curbed SF stories that have nothing to do with coronavirus

If you need a distraction, here’s some powerful writing about the Bay Area.

The house on Magnolia Street

Even before Moms 4 Housing was evicted from 2928 Magnolia, racism and capitalism shaped the home’s history.

How a Bay Area rent strike might work

Tenant groups say the time for mass nonpayment is nigh, but landlords balk.