Well, after two years at Curbed, about a year and a half of which I spent as editor, it's with sadness — and yet, I won't lie, a modicum of elation — that I'll be leaving my post. In fact, this'll be my last week here. My thanks to you guys, loyal readers of Curbed SF, for making it such a lively place. It's truly been an honor to hold down the fort here, and I owe Lock in New York for affording me the privilege of working this blog beat — as well as previous editors Philip Ferrato, Sarah Hromack, and Susie Cagle for leaving behind such big shoes to fill. I'll be attending the University of Pennsylvania's School of Design in the fall, and should you for whatever reason feel the need to say hello, you can do so here.
My departure opens the door for some new blood in these parts. Curbed SF needs a new editor: if you dig San Francisco's neighborhoods, if you love staring at new buildings, if you click through every real estate gallery on Curbed — drop a line to email@example.com and tell us a little bit about yourself. (If you've got a blog, please include a link to it, too.) The job is a part-time freelance gig, and requires someone based in San Francisco. If we like what we see, we'll get back to you quickly. Thanks.