What have 10 years meant for San Francisco real estate prices? Real estate website PropertyShark set out to answer that question with an interactive map of changes in prices per square foot for median home sales; the map compares prices in 2004 with those in 2014.
The neighborhoods that have changed the most include Duboce Triangle, where prices have gone up 52 percent, and the perpetually contentious Mission District, where prices have soared 47 percent.
Other neighborhoods with big price hikes included fast-changing Yerba Buena, where new condos have pushed up prices by 43 percent, and the Dogpatch, a former neighborhood of warehouses that has also seen a 43 percent increase in prices as new developments have moved in.
Note: red is 40% or more in ten years.
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