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Take a look at this $9.8 million San Francisco condo inside a luxury hotel that comes with a ‘cuddle puddle room’ full of pillows
The listing comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and space to indulge in some cuddles atop a sea of cushions and pillows.
San Francisco’s housing crisis is so dire that some residents may not be able to follow the CDC’s guidelines in the case of a coronavirus ...
The CDC recommends using a second bedroom to keep sick household members from healthy ones, but only some in San Francisco would be able to do so.
Inside a sold $2.3 million once-tiny home in San Francisco built out of desperation after the 1906 earthquake for $50
The once-tiny home at 31 Romain St. is one of the city's remaining earthquake cottages, or shacks, built after the 1906 earthquake.
In a real estate market with ultra-minimal listings, the enormous opulent villa near "Billionaire's Row" has sat idly on the market for over a decade.
San Francisco is transforming into a city that only the wealthy few can afford. The next decade could be a defining period in its history.
A settlement was just reached over the 58-story skyscraper in San Francisco that’s tilting, sinking, and making residents’ condos ‘w...
Millennium Tower is a luxury residential high-rise in San Francisco that has sunk 18 inches and tilted 14 inches toward the north-west.
The San Francisco housing crisis has gotten so bad that these landlords are evicting an 87-year-old Holocaust survivor so they can make more money
Musiy Rishin fled the Ukraine as the Nazis were invading during World War II. He's lived in his Alameda, California apartment for 17 years.
Take a look inside the $5,000-a-month San Francisco apartment that Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes reportedly once called home with her now-husband,...
The former Theranos CEO and her then boyfriend/now husband were reportedly living in a San Francisco apartment that's now available to rent.
San Francisco’s housing market is so dire that this once tiny home built out of desperation after the 1906 earthquake for $50 is now selling for...
The once tiny home at 31 Romain St. is one of the city's remaining earthquake cottages, or shacks, built after the 1906 earthquake. It's asking $2.5 million.
Inside the most expensive town in America, where tech moguls live in multimillion-dollar mansions and the average household income is over $450,000
Take a tour of Atherton, California — the most expensive zip code in America for the third year in a row.