You were a great home. For over three years, you let me experience the Mission. You were also the first place I ever owned.

You hosted friends, family, offsites and singalongs. There were dinners, and parties, pre-parties, and late late night after-parties. A few hard working weekends too. And no shortage of learnings. 1)When I found you, I knew you were a great location. I didn’t know we’d become entangled in an anti-gentrification movement. Admittedly, I was fortunate enough to be able to own you. As my gift to the neighborhood – much to the surprise of bidders, and chagrin of real estate agents, whom offered, and pushed for more – I pass you on for the very same price you came to me.

Treat your new owners well.

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1. When I found you, I knew you were a great location. I didn’t know we’d become entangled in an anti-gentrification movement. Admittedly, I was fortunate enough to be able to own you. As my gift to the neighborhood – much to the surprise of bidders, and chagrin of real estate agents, whom offered, and pushed for more – I pass you on for the very same price you came to me.

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