No two quite the same, but which one to choose?
Notes from the underground.
Too bad it’s not taller!
Pre-quake villa still seeks love.
Five new rentals, from Alamo Square to the Sunset—which pad would you prefer?
Five new rentals, from Cow Hollow to Noe Valley.
Five new rentals, from South Park to Presidio Heights—which pricey pad do you prefer?
Five new rentals, from Cow Hollow to Nob Hill.
Comes with outdoor yoga space and filtration system that recirculates air every two to three hours.
Five new rentals, from Monterey Heights to the Presidio.
Five new rentals, from the Cow Hollow to Noe Valley—which home would you choose?
It’s a short list—but a good one.
Five new rentals, from Mid-Market to the Sunset.
Five new rentals, from the Marina to Visitacion Valley.
Five costly rentals, from Monterey Heights to Pac Heights.
Five new rentals, from the Mission to Cow Hollow. Which home would you choose?
Five new stations open in Bayview.
Five new rentals, from Cow Hollow to the Sunset. Which place would you want to call home?
A weekly weekend warning about what’ll keep you waiting.
Five new rentals, from Little Hollywood to Cole Valley.
Five new rentals, from Cow Hollow to Mission Bay—which pricey pad would you call home?
Five new rentals, from Cow Hollow to Bayview—which pricey pad would you call home?
Salvaged from local demolitions, creative couple turned what was a one-story Victorian into a four-story showstopper in the 1960s. Now it returns with a contemporary look.
Five new very, very lux rentals, from Nob Hill to NoPa.
See the powerhouse homes currently on the market.
Past meets present inside 1908 abode.
How does your ’hood stack up?
Nob Hill gets a head’s up from HUD, while Cow Hollow looks to greener pastures.
Five new rentals, from Silver Terrace to the Marina.
Five new rentals, from Cow Hollow to the Mission, but which would you want to live in?
From Cow Hollow to Duboce Triangle, five homes are up for grabs for a jarring $8,000/month. Which one would you pick?
Five new rentals, from Parkside to Russian Hill, all of them within a semi-reasonable price range.
Cow Hollow considers the art and the craft of a deal, while Russian Hill rushes to a bargain.
Selected as the winner of the 2017 HGTV People's Pick Award for inspired interior design, this Cow Hollow property, dating back to 1910, will set you back seven figures.
Conceived head to toe by Jeff Schlarb Design Studio and Sutro Architects, this five-floor gentle giant in Cow Hollow went through quite the transformation after it last sold in 2009 for a mere $1,949,000.
Friday is time for the High & the Low, a Curbed column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. Here’s this week’s pageant of extremes.
The Haight outclasses Cow Hollow.
If you can, that is. This storied $5 million-plus house is yours for a five-figure monthly fee, after failing to find a buyer when it listed for $8 million last year.