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This Studio Gang building is exactly what Mission Bay needs

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The absolute best places to stay in wine country

From a Zen retreat to a Land Rover tricked out for camping.

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A brief history of the Beaux Arts courthouse in SoMa

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals building reads like a love letter to granite and marble.

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The Bay Area’s biggest earthquakes

The region is always on the move.

Stunning 1885 Oakland Victorian asks $2.8M

The de Rome House comes with two contemporary live-work lofts.

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How will survivors get around after the next big quake?

Seismic disaster tests San Francisco’s critical but fragile transit networks.

What $2,400 rents in SF right now 

Five new rentals, from Portola to Potrero Hill—which one would you choose?

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The overlooked and forgotten murals of SF

With over roughly 450 murals in San Francisco, there are a few hidden and long-forgotten ones that deserve a second look.

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25 storage ideas to help you get organized in a snap

We’ve rounded up some of our favorite storage solutions for all kinds of organization needs.

There’s a 72 percent chance of a major Bay Area quake by 2043

Treat every quake as if it’s the big one.

Lucca Ravioli buildings rake in the dough

Passel of properties bring huge payday for longtime owner.

What other streets should ban cars?

Probably most of them.

SF’s new Four Seasons tower will offer $49M penthouse

It will come with a pool and multiple outdoor terraces.

SF votes to ban cars from Market Street

$604-million project would turn San Francisco’s main thoroughfare into a safer space for everyone.

What $6,000 rents in SF right now

Five new rentals, from South Park to Presidio Heights—which pricey pad do you prefer?

Earthquakes shake up Bay Area before Loma Prieta anniversary

Pleasant Hill still rumbling after 4.5 surprise.

Here’s what you’ll need for an earthquake preparedness kit

Experts recommend people be self-sufficient for at least three days following a major quake.

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Rent control is making a comeback. Does it work?

Rent control is gaining momentum among 2020 election candidates, but its effects are mixed.

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The most haunted spots in the Bay Area

Check out the hotels, roads, parks, and graveyards that local ghosts and goblins prefer.

450 Sutter, iconic Neo-Mayan skyscraper where you get your teeth cleaned, turns 90

"Shining like silk and lovely as old lace."

California governor demands PG&E pay $100 to each customer affected by blackouts

Utility company stands by outages in the face of withering public opinion and gubernatorial complaint.

Thousands of new e-scooters hit San Francisco streets today

But maximum cap is now a fraction of previous projection as the city slashes e-scooter fleet by 60 percent.

What’s haunting the Bay Area’s historic buildings

Check out these four architectural stunners while getting your spook on this Halloween season.

Earthquake map reveals liquefaction risks in Bay Area neighborhoods

Portions of the Mission, the Castro, and the Haight among areas of high risk during major shaker.

PG&E’s intentional outages in Northern California are over for now

Company president insists that fire risks—not PG&E—are to blame for leaving millions without power.

California governor vetoes Lombard Street toll bill

Newsom says world-famous street should remain free to all.

Columbus statue in North Beach vandalized—again

"Kill all colonizers," declared the unidentified protesters.

Peek inside the grand penthouse at 181 Fremont

Asking is $46 million.

What $3,500 rents in SF right now

Five new rentals, from Hunters Point to Fisherman’s Wharf—which home would you choose?

Billionaires’ Row mansion, with pub and billiards room, asks $39M

A rare offering inside San Francisco’s ten-digit enclave.

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How San Francisco streets got their names

Every street and avenue has a story to tell, some stranger than others.

Ernest Born’s Modernist home on Great Highway seeks $8M

Outer Sunset home is steps away from the beach.

City program saves eight units of affordable housing and El Rio bar

Thanks to the little-known but wildly important Small Sites Program.

Celebrate 100 years of Bauhaus at these two new exhibits

No, not the gloomy English rock band.

Colorful Sea Cliff Tudor mansion seeks $5.77M

Pink-tiled bathroom alert—this is not a drill

What $4,100 rents in SF right now

Five new rentals, from Dogpatch to Miraloma—which pad do you prefer?

Check out the Outer Sunset’s first major condo development in years

Too bad it’s not taller.

California governor to sign statewide rent control bill in Oakland

Assemblymember David Chiu’s AB 1482 bill will cap rent hikes starting in 2020.

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The best privately owned public open spaces—known as POPOS—in San Francisco

Neither obvious nor clearly marked, POPOS are all over downtown, and everyone is welcome.

Stan Lee’s pad at the Four Seasons seeks $1.35M

Marvel at the comic book visionary’s vacation home.

The most expensive ZIP codes in SF for renters

Annual rankings show the effects of east side development.

Quiet payouts remove opposition to India Basin development

Environmental appeals can hold up development for years, but private settlements can make such quibbles go away.