There are certain blocks in this city that seem like mini-universes. Each week, we'll highlight a stretch of pavement where you could spend an entire day and night. Next up? Hayes Street between Gough and Octavia.
You don't need us to tell you how frigid it is outside, but perhaps you need us to tell you where to outfit yourself with a warm coat?
We've covered local purveyor of parklets Rebar Art & Design Studio a few times before for all the amazing work they've done to beautify our city and bring San Franciscans together by creating awesome community chill spots (almost 40 and counting!). But recently, a new Marina parklet of theirs has come under fire for being too "out there."
Asking Price: $21,950,000
Year built: 1988
Number of bedrooms: Six
Number of bathrooms: Eight
Years on the market: Two years and 240 days
Unlike most of the rest of the country, the luxury housing market in the Bay Area is alive, and, well, booming–just take a lil looksy at the three most pricey homes sold in the Bay in 2012 if you don't believe us. And while it's not necessarily a sign that times for all the rest of us are changing for the better (you guessed correctly, it's mostly tech moguls who are snatching these babies up), we glad the housing market at least has a pulse once again.
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