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: $6,600.
Controversial billionaire Peter Thiel put his Marina District home on the market this past May to the tune of $9.2 million. After a brief delisting, it’s been reintroduced this week with a massive price cut.
Art Agnos draws a page from his old Loma Prieta playbook and proposes that the city bring the same aircraft carrier (now decommissioned) that served as a temporary shelter in 1989 back to our shores to do the job full time.
Marketed as a Marina teardown, this circa 1926 single-family home was listed for $1,999,000. While inhabitable, it had two things going for it—the prized block its on (37 Rico Way being the address), and the neighborhood its in.
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: $2,500.
British car manufacturer Bentley claims it employed NASA tech to take this unspeakably high res photo of their newest car driving across our greatest public asset. Given the degree of detail captured, it's possible you're in there somewhere too.
The 9,000 or so people in San Francisco who voted for Donald Trump on June 7 (about four percent of the day's turnout, and less than one percent of eligible voters) favor the city's richest neighborhoods. Make of that what you will.
With hotel proposals dropping out in the face of public disdain, the only remaining proposal is for a 43,000 square foot museum (plus restaurant and 42,000 square foot Great Hall) of city history, including such exhibits as "fireless fireworks."
The week's most expensive home sale is a Russian Hill mega flip with glass walls, while the Mission commands the least expensive, with a live-in doll house and a fixer that's been off the market for 43 years.
Smack-dab on the edge of Palace of Fine Arts, Peter Thiel's expansive and opulent mansion — two houses combined into one — has everything one would want from a top-drawer San Francisco address, and then some.
You can buy just the top unit, stacked with arches and portals, for $2.7 million, or go whole hog and buy the entire building for double that. The Marina home circa 1935 has never been offered on the open market before.
The agent calls this $3.88 million Marina house a starter for young families. The listing price is an 82 percent increase from the most recent sale in 2013, but it's presented as a bargain for those who can't quite break into the $5 million market.
Do you want a Dolores Park Queen Anne Victorian, a Marina hangout with Spanish-style stairs, or a Russian Hill condo with spectacular cable car views? Five rentals on the market right now for just a hair less than $8K/month await your verdict.
Big changes are coming to Crissy Field. The Park Service says the beloved recreation area is, in fact, being loved to death. On the way are wider paths, better drainage, and a car-free view of the San Francisco Bay. The catch is long construction.