Here is a update of San Franciso specifically its inner city neighbourhoods/suburbs. The inner most neighbourhoods are under threat of redvelopment because of the waterfront and downtown expanding into the neighbourhoods.
San Francisco's newest suburb, with an extension of the elevated downtown rail line.
The suburb was developed around the city zoo, and high density apartments and condos have started to develop around the ER line
Overview of San Fransico's north End, with Langley Mountain at the bottom, with Elenor Rose International Airport at its base. Also at the bottom of the mounatin is San Francisco's downtown , connecting with midtown and the waterfront . In the centre left is the inner city neighbourhood that is under intense pressure to redevelop. To the right is San Francisco's new suburb and an extension of the ER line from downtown.
San Francisco's inner city neighbourhood, orginaly was bounded by the 4 avenues that createa diamond image.. this has led to the areas nickname of the diamond district. With development coming in at every angle the diamond district, is will probably be almost redeveloped completety as three subway lines travel underneath the area to connect downtown to the waterfront and the rail lands.
At the bottom of the picture is where highway 420 (the one trabeling up/down) and highway 400 meet at mid town.
overview of the Central and Eastern waterfronts, the raillands, old town, the diamond district, and downtown