And now, a look at what's happening elsewhere in the Curbed Nation.
1) Thanks to the Academy of Sciences, we love us some Renzo Piano here in San Francisco. In L.A. however...not so much. The Piano-designed Broad Contemporary Art Museum continues to earn what we'll tactfully call "unenthusiastic" reviews. [Curbed LA]
2) Frank Lloyd Wright's Fawcett Residence is on the market for $2.7 million. With its 80 acres just two hours outside of San Francisco in Los Banos, this might make make a nice weekend retreat for a local architecture enthusiast / farmer. [Curbed LA]
3) A Stairway to Nowhere rises in Times Square like some sort of electronic neon Spanish Steps. [Curbed]For more stories from Curbed SF, go to sf.curbed.com.