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: $6,850.
A fabulous fête went down in Mission Bay on Tuesday. The Golden State Warriors’ arena held their official groundbreaking media gala, ushering in the long-awaited and embattled Chase Center as the future home of the championship-winning basketball team.
As the year draws to a close, Curbed SF asked bigwigs in San Francisco’s architectural, design, and x-factor/je ne sais quois industries to give us their thoughts on 2016, architecturally-speaking. Revealed here are their favorite building projects of the year.
The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the neighborhood of the year, is kicking off with 8 or 16 neighborhoods vying for the prestigious (fake) trophy. Voting for each pairing ends 24 hours after it begins. Let the eliminations commence!
Oh boy, was it glacial last night. But that didn’t stop people from taking part in AT&T Park’s Slumber Party in the Park. After Wednesday night’s unfortunate defeat to the last-place Cincinnati Reds (ugh), people paid upward of $260 to spend the night outside on the field.
A week after the Golden State Warriors won a major battle in the (ongoing) fight over moving to San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood, foes of the program launched an appeal. Like Bernie Bros at a DNC rally, they don’t want to back down even in the face of overwhelming odds.
Pride floats don't just appear magically because of everyone's good vibes. A hardworking team at Pier 54 put in long hours assembling them in time. We moseyed in to get a few exclusive preview photos of the weekend's big festivities for you.
The one-time dance club and restaurant has been empty since 2010. Although always a good spot, in the interim it's become the hub of east side development, hemmed by Mission Rock and just a short run north of the site of the new Warriors arena.
There are a few beauties in the burgeoning neighborhood if you look hard enough, comparatively speaking. The corner unit penthouse at 255 Berry is one of those places. And it just landed on the market for a whopping $3,195,000.
We're taking a bird's eye view of some of the best living roofs in the city. This list is by no means comprehensive (which is good since that means we are definitely ahead of the curve), but a choice sampling of what's to come.
Lyft, the Diet Coke to Uber's Diet Pepsi, just signed a lease on a new larger headquarters next door to AT&T Park. Their new space will be at 185 Berry Street — the former address of Dropbox — located in the burgeoning Mission Bay neighborhood.
Our 100-year-old landfill is seismically unstable and likely to slide several feet into the bay when the Big One strikes. That is, unless the city invests in an expensive and difficult process of reinforcing the waterfront's foundations.
The American Institute of Architects singled out a 150-unit affordable housing complex on Mission Creek as one of the ten best-designed residences of 2015, praising its beautiful views, unexpected angles, and open spaces that grow community.