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"Bay Area Home Prices by Transit Stop" Is Sure To Melt Your Brain

"Bay Area Home Prices by Transit Stop" Is Sure To Melt Your Brain

Perhaps the coolest (and frankly, REALLY insightful) graphics and lists to come across my desk in a really long time. Kudos to the folks over at Estately for putting this Bay Area Home Prices by Transit Stop edit together:


…and this to spin your brain around the connection between Silicon Valley and San Francisco:

“Estately Real Estate Search analyzed the last six months of home sales for houses, townhouses, and condos that were within a one-mile radius of each BART and Caltrain transit stop. We then broke them down by price per square foot.
At an average of $1,630 per square foot, Caltrain’s California Avenue stop in Palo Alto is the Bay Area’s most expensive transit stop to buy a home near. Pittsburg/Bay Point BART stop, the furthest from downtown San Francisco, is the least expensive at $219 per square foot on average.”
Chew on all that for a while on this glorious, post NBA Finals Monday.


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