Posts Tagged ‘density’

Welcoming “Haight Ashbury Neighbors for [More] Density” to Frisco – Now, POP QUIZ – Which is More Dense: Hong Kong or SF?

Friday, March 9th, 2018

Nah, this is a pop quiz – you gotta answer fast, there’s no time to check Wiki.

Too late!

ANSWER: San Francisco has a higher population density than Hong Kong.

So if you’re coming to town to start up HAND, Haight Ashbury Neighbors for Density, know that that train has already left the station, as we’re already quite dense here.

(Cf. HANC, which has been around for decades and decades, FBOW.)

Yes, denser than Hong Kong, China:


The question isn’t whether we want to have a high population density, it’s more like how dense should we be?

Unprecedented Density: Unpopular Mayor Ed Lee’s Under-the-Freeway Tent City – One After Another, Block After Block

Monday, December 28th, 2015

I’ve never seen it like this, during our Winter of ’15, not in all my years…

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I remember Camp Agnos in Civic Center and of course we had Occupy SF back in aught-eleven, but I’ve never seen the streets of San Francisco like this, like this part of Ed Lee‘s Tent City, with one tent after the other stretching as far as the eye can see…

East Bay Superbowl Party Update: Is Walnut Creek Denser Than San Francisco? Seems That Way in Some Places

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Walnut Creek has four-story developments now? Isn’t this place sort of dense for a what’s supposed to be a leafy suburb?

Those are the questions you ask yourself as you search for the big screen with your name on it in the Great Big Suburban East Bay.

Is the bulk of San Francisco’s ParkMerced this dense?

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If not, why not?