This is San Fransico, the economic enginge of both regions. It's also the largest city of the entire Region with a population of about 710,000 residents. The city developed from a massive collection of single-detached homes into the towering city of commerce it is today.
This is San Francisco's Waterfront.. though it is not the densest part of the city, it has become the Business District, and has the highest concentration of jobs in the region.
This is the historic 'village' of San Francisco, though not many orginal or old buildings remain these days... and a park added in that has changed some of the orginal street layout.
St. Josephs park lies near the village's downtown and was donated by Jean Joseph whom also built one of the office towers in the city (located at the head of the park).
This is an overview of main parts of the city. The Main Waterfronts are to the top, the village to the left and the Strip is at the bottom right. (i will upload more pictures of the Strip tomorrow, as it is the densest and busiest place in the whole Region.
If anyone knows how to take a picture without going into the menu bar, it would be very helpful.