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Although Noe Valley isn't known as the hottest retail destination, Rare Device is looking to change that. The beloved Divisadero design-centric gift store is opening up shop on the stroller-packed, 24th Street strip, right next to Noe Valley Bakery, sometime in June.

Meanwhile, Hayes Street is getting another new resident, in the form of eco-leaning boutique Convert, which will open a men's shop on the high-traffic avenue in the near future. And, in other Hayes news, Gather, a shop dedicated to local and handmade goods, is now open for biz at 541 Octavia Street.

Further West, designer bargain shop Cary Lane is opening its third boutique, in the Inner Sunset, this weekend. Come out to 1262 9th Avenue this Saturday, May 10, when doors officially open, and score yourself some deals.

Speaking of doors swinging, clothes- and coffee-slinging boutique ACRE/SF has said bye-bye to its North Beach hood, but will reopen momentarily in a soon-to-be-disclosed location. We're pretty positive it'll be equally amazing.