Just how big — or small — is SF? 

Market Street can feel like no other corridor on the West Coast during some parts of the day. Its sidewalks can become impassable and its wide lanes can quickly fill with bumper-to-bumper traffic.

That’s in part because San Francisco packs more people into each of its some 47 square miles than any other city in the U.S. except New York. There are nearly 840,000 residents in The City, or just under 18,000 per square mile.

Courtesy of a Texas-based storage company, we now know exactly how big San Francisco is when compared to other major cities and locations worldwide.

Take a look at the comparisons below from SpareFoot Self Storage.

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