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Courtesy San Francisco Business TimesSoMa is hot for tech startups

Courtesy San Francisco Business TimesSoMa is hot for tech startups

Take a look at the links below for more on what's been going on in San Francisco on Tuesday.

A one-bedroom unit at the intersection of Van Ness Avenue and Lombard Street is for sale. The space doesn't have parking, but the sellers are offering a year of unlimited Uber rides for the buyer. (Curbed SF)

The SF LGBT Center released data about the level of violence, harassment and fear experienced in The City's LGBT community. The results are dismaying. (48 Hills)

SoMa is hot for tech startups, but an MIT study published Friday shows that the top locations for successful tech startups in the Bay Area are still in Silicon Valley. (San Francisco Business Times)

Apple is working on something that will apparently “give Tesla a run for its money.” (Business Insider)

The elite S.F. dating site called The League already has 75,000 people on the waiting list. (CBS5)

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