By Sri Ravipati
Happy Friday! Here's your roundup of local stories for April 22.
SFGATE rounded up a list of the most expensive and least expensive residential properties sold in San Francisco over the last month.
A total of 641 properties in San Francisco were sold between March 15 and April 15. The most expensive is located at 2973-2975 Jackson St. in the heart of Pacific Heights. The six-bed, 7,400-square-foot duplex sold on April Fools’ Day for $8.3 million.
The cheapest home sold in San Francisco the last month is a small studio downtown: Apt. #7 at 520 Natoma St. went for $280,000 last week. The 330-foot, third-floor unit is part of an Edwardian property built in 1911.
As previously reported, Mike Tyson was at San Francisco's 4/20 event at Hippie Hill on Wednesday. Afterward, the former heavyweight boxing champion allegedly punched another passenger on an airplane, SFist reports.
The JetBlue flight was leaving from SFO to Florida around 10:30 p.m. PST. In a video from TMZ Sports, a male passenger who appears intoxicated is seen harassing Tyson, 55, for some time before the incident. The passenger allegedly threw a water bottle at Tyson, who was sitting in his seat. The video cuts to Tyson repeatedly punching a passenger from over his seat. Police are investigating the incident.
A community of local athletes is using location-tracking software as they bike or run around San Francisco to create art, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The athletes travel well-plotted-out routes and the resulting images appear in the fitness tracking app Strava. They share the "GPS art" on social media, which includes images of animals, people, symbols and words.
More San Francisco news:
- The San Francisco billionaire giving away his fortune [NewsBreak]
Thanks for reading today's S.F. news roundup! Did any of these stories hit home for you? Let me know in the comments.