Curbed Cuts: Twitter-Stalking the Rise of SFMOMA; Inside SF's Endangered Flower Mart; Historic Maps Guaranteed to Blow Your Mind

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Welcome to Curbed Cuts, where Curbed SF editor Lamar Anderson shares the best real estate and neighborhood news of the week.

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[Map via Marin County Free Library]

SAN FRANCISCO—Continuing our obsession with all things historic, we bring you 10 vintage maps of San Francisco guaranteed to cartographically blow your mind.

SoMa—The Flower Mart is a San Francisco institution, but have you ever actually been inside? With plans to redevelop it as a tech campus looming, we took a tour.

SAN FRANCISCO—From a Mission one-bedroom to a Portola house, here's what $2,600/month rents you in SF.

SILICON VALLEY—It's been a while since we heard from the Google barge. Not to be outdone, Apple is at work on a mystery structure of its own.

BAY AREA—Pretty much everyone agrees that San Francisco is not an affordable place to live. But the government came out with a crazy metric that turns logic on its head.

SAN FRANCISCO—Which prompted us to go find the 10 cheapest properties for sale in the city. Beware of short sales and deceased persons.

YERBA BUENA—Watch Snøhetta's SFMØMA addition go up before your very eyes. Constructoporn: It's just like destructoporn, but in reverse!

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