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Curbed Awards Presents Most Brutal PriceChopper

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Huzzah! It's that time of year again, which means it's that time of blog again: time for some requisite "best of the year" wrap-ups. Welcome to the 2008 Curbed SF Awards, wherein we celebrate, honor and reminisce about the best and worst of San Francisco neighborhood, real estate and streetside developments these past twelve months. Look for updates now until New Year's -- we'll be sprinkling these bad boys out like cinnamon in your hot toddy.

Its been a big, ugly year for pricechops all over the city (and, uh, the Bay Area, the state, the country, you know). But we liked the double-cut at 375 Diamond Street the best of all for its double-bladed precision and steep plunge -- ultimately a slice off the original price of more than 15%. Sure, pricier homes saw bigger cuts, but those are still languishing on the market, whilst 375 Diamond's chops helped move the property along to its new, happy owner. And that means a pricechopper has done its job.
· PriceChopper: 375 Diamond Street Put its Hustle On [Curbed SF]