Monthly Archives: October 2019

Bolinas wanted to stay hidden—then came the internet

It was a seasonably warm Sunday afternoon in Bolinas, which meant parking was going to be tough. Around a dozen cars idled along Brighton Avenue leading to the beach, their drivers waiting for a spot as surfers peeled off their … Continue reading

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Uber to sublease SF offices as it moves to Mission Bay

Uber plans to vacate its four large offices along Market Street in San Francisco as it moves to a new Mission Bay headquarters next year. The Chronicle has learned that the ride-hailing company is seeking subtenants for a total of … Continue reading

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Yes, even the Warriors get San Francisco sticker shock: ‘It doesn’t feel real’

Warriors guard Jacob Evans’ welcome-to-San Francisco moment came in late August. While calculating his expenses, he realized that, between utilities and rent, he will spend about $7,900 each month on housing. That might not seem steep for someone set to … Continue reading

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Home Truths: Point Richmond — One of the East Bay’s best kept secrets

Point Richmond provides a bay-front lifestyle at a relatively affordable price. Photo: Red Oak Realty Home Truths, a quarterly report on the state of the Berkeley real estate market, is brought to you by Red Oak Realty. There are few places … Continue reading

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2nd most valuable U.S. startup to leave SF as city loses another headquarters

San Francisco is losing one of its most valuable tech startups. Stripe, the payment processing company valued at $35 billion, signed a lease Wednesday for a 421,000-square-foot headquarters in South San Francisco. The company will move more than 1,000 employees … Continue reading

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