Another week, another gas leak on Haight Street, as work begins again on the now 17-month long dig to replace the neighborhood's aging water and sewer lines. At this rate, local merchants probably prefer the sewers they have.
One of the only of Bay Area architect Adolph Lutgen's homes to escape the 1906 quake is refurbished and floated onto the market once again. They kept the original gas lamps and made a new bathroom of the turret while laboring to mingle old and new.
Michael Kershnar, artist and ska8r boi, is known in art circles for this murals, typically involving nature and the spiritual world. He was recently tapped by Silicon Valley bigwig Neal Howard George to create a work for his six-year-old son.
A chilling bit of news today in the Upper Haight, San Francisco’s peace-and-love neighborhood. According to Hoodline, Ku Klux Klan flyers were found on area doorsteps on Tuesday. Among other inaccurate gibberish, the sanity-estranged missive warns about the evils of Black Lives Matter.
For many a San Francisco tourist, the Upper Haight represents rock ’n’ roll in the 1960s. Flower power. Tune in/tune out. But soon a modern refresh will come to the famous neighborhood—specifically, on the sidewalks.
Rarely do we do announce a call to action here on Curbed SF, but this exquisite and irresistible Queen Anne Victorian in the Upper Haight begs for a stay of execution from the contractor's hammer. Just look at it. No, look at it!
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out. Today's price: $5,800.
The Victorian architecture of the building at 500 Cole Street catches your eye and reels you in — and it will for years to come, thanks to the fact that these townhouses have just been landmarked. Go behind the arched entry to see the one for sale.