Curbed is closing its San Francisco website
Real estate news site Curbed is closing its San Francisco website, writes Brock Keeling of Curbed.
Keeling writes, “Effective today, we’re stopping production on this site. But it won’t be the end of Curbed stories about San Francisco and the Bay Area. Starting Monday, June 29, those stories will appear on Curbed.com, our flagship site, in preparation for a move over to New York Magazine this fall, where Curbed will live alongside verticals like the Cut, Grub Street, the Strategist, Vulture, and Intelligencer. At New York, we’ll have a bigger platform to tell the nation what’s happening in S.F., Silicon Valley, the East Bay, and beyond.
“Curbed SF’s newsletter will still blast into your inbox every other Friday, and the archived version of Curbed SF will remain online — a testament to the work of the witty editors and contributors who have helped to make it an essential urban resource. Thanks to Sally Kuchar, Adam Brinklow, Mary Jo Bowling, Lamar Anderson, Breanna Reeves, Alex Bevk, Sarah Hromack, Jimmy Stamp, Chris Roberts, Alice Wong, Pen Harshaw, Azucena Rasilla, Sasha Perigo, Julia Kitlinski-Hong, and more.”
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