Facebook's Zuckerberg Acquires Mission District Pad

Silicon Valley's hippest CEO moves into SF's hippest 'hood.

By Chris Roberts
|  Wednesday, Oct 17, 2012  |  Updated 10:24 AM PDT
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Zuckerberg Buys Mission District Pad

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Mark Zuckerberg didn't just click "like" on SF's Mission District -- he clicked "buy."

The Facebook CEO has bought a "pied a terre" somewhere in San Francisco's hippest, slow-food-lovingest, burrito-sellingest hood, according to reports in BuzzFeed and on SFist.

Reports do not disclose the address of Zuckerberg's Mission crash pad, but sightings of the Zuck walking his dog, standing in line for eats, and reports of his private security detail chasing away riffraff pinpoint his new digs at somewhere near Mission Dolores on the edge of Noe Valley, according to reports.

So: 24th and Guerrero? Clipper, Chattanooga? Your guess is as good as your Realtor's.

Zuckerberg was first spotted frequenting a spot near the house sometime int the summer, according to BuzzFeed. He loves Dolores Street, the Phone Booth dive bar -- which still allows smoking -- on South Van Ness, and Wise Sons' Deli. And the neighbors like him, too!

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