It's old news that San Francisco is the most expensive city in the country. But what happens looking further afield to some of the world's global capitals like Paris and Rome? A new interactive map from Constantine Valhouli's NeighborhoodX compares prices in San Francisco neighborhoods to those in some of the priciest areas in cities around the world. In San Francisco the Outer Sunset is considered remote, but its pricing per square foot compares to Rome's central, historic Centro Storico. Hunters Point isn't a high-end neighborhood by any means, but its prices are similar to those of Salamanca, known as one of the most expensive, high-end neighborhoods in Madrid.
· NeighborhoodX San Francisco [Google Maps]