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Friends of Curbed Predict Next Year's Housing Headlines

Welcome to Year in Curbed, wherein we close out 2014 by asking local design, real estate, and media luminaries to reflect on the highlights and lowlights of a year's worth of development in San Francisco. The answers are in no particular order; all responses have been cut and pasted unabridged, below.

Q: What are your headline predictions for 2015?

Brock Keeling, culture editor at 7x7 magazine:

SAN FRANCISCO, NOW JUST ONE BIG HOTEL

Allison Arieff, editorial director at SPUR:

LUXURY STEAMPUNK CONDOS OPEN ON MID-MARKET

John King, urban design critic at the San Francisco Chronicle:

MAYORAL CANDIDATES AGREE: WE NEED LESS DEVELOPMENT, MORE HOUSING

David Baker, principal at David Baker Architects:

TECH COMPANY ALLIANCE FUNDS AFFORDABLE HOUSING INITIATIVE WITH $100 MILLION DONATION: 1000 UNITS IS GOOD START

Anne Fougeron, principal at Fougeron Architecture:

RATIO OF COFFEE SHOPS TO HOMEOWNERS IN SAN FRANCISCO REACHES STAGGERING 15:1 RATIO

Cliff Kuang, articles editor at WIRED:

NORTH KOREA HACKS TWITTER

Denise Cherry, principal at Studio O+A (and Curbed Young Gun):

HOUSING CRISIS SOLVED—NOW, CHOCOLATE AND KITTENS FOR EVERYONE

Kevin Ho, broker associate at Vanguard Properties:

SAN FRANCISCO REPLACES 'GOLDEN GATE' MONIKER WTIH 'RECLAIMED BRUSHED-BRASS POCKET-DOOR ENTRY — 2.0'

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