5 Striking San Francisco Satellite Images Show 12 Years’ Worth of Development

San Francisco has been the subject of endless talks on gentrification, rising rents, and uber expensive neighborhoods; but how has the local real estate scenery changed, visually speaking?

Our friends over at Point2 Homes put together a series of exciting before-and-after San Francisco satellite images that show major sites around the city and how they’ve changed in the course of the past 12 years. And some of them are pretty amazing (simply mouse over the slide to toggle between the 2001 and 2013 views):

1. San Francisco General Hospital

If you’d like to use these images on your website, head over to the Point2 Homes blog, where you will find the embeddable code.

2. Mission Bay Neighborhood

3. The Transbay Terminal

4. Letterman Digital Arts Center

5. Presidio Parkway

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Georgiana Mihaila

Georgiana Mihaila

After spending the first 6 years of her career training in the art of real estate alongside the Yardi team, Georgiana went on to become VP of Marketing for Montreal-based fintech company NestReady, then to run the marketing department behind one of the world’s leading self-dev media companies, Goalcast Inc. She’s now combining her passion for engaging content with a long-lasting addiction to real estate on FancyPantsHomes.com

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