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10/16/2013

1. Cathedral Hill Campus (Civic Center) Van Ness and Geary A nip and tuck for the neighborhood... More»

10/16/2013

1. SFMOMA Expansion (Yerba Buena) 151 Third St. The metamorphosis While... More»

10/16/2013

1. Hunters Point Shipyard (Hunters Point) Envisioning a super-community One of the... More»

10/16/2013

1. 535 Mission (Yerba Buena) One gem of an office Put on hold along with the rest of the... More»

10/16/2013

1. Transbay Transit Center S.F.'s new heartbeat Ah, the Grand Central Terminal of the West—also known as the... More»

10/14/2013

1. Marlow (Polk Gulch) 1800 Van Ness Ave. A breath of like on the avenue... More»

2/9/2012

The streets of Oakland’s Rockridge and Montclair districts are lined with nice homes that tempt burglars. “We are a target-rich environment,... More»

10/21/2011

In late 2008, when houses in Antioch were selling for 65 to 70 percent below the peak, Doug Brien and Colin Wiel started talking. Both were... More»

10/21/2011

J.D. Fielding, a clean-cut 25-year-old painter and photographer, recalls his first house in San Francisco, in 2006, with equal parts nostalgia and relief.... More»

10/21/2011

MOVER Marc Benioff Benioff is expanding again. A year ago, he dished out $278 million for 14 acres of waterfront property in... More»

10/21/2011

“It was a choice between having a great view of life or actually living it,” says computer scientist Gary Boone, who recently made the decision... More»

10/21/2011

Allen and Jenny (they prefer not to use their real names), have been renting in the Inner Richmond for more than 20 years, and truth to tell, it’s not... More»