If you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, surely you do so for a reason — perhaps some of the 50 we listed a few months ago that signal our continued radness. Maybe you're here for work, or for family, or even for love, you hopeless romantic, you.

But sometimes the grass greener — and in case you wanted to know what neighborhoods in (similarly world-class) cities across the globe might correlate to yours in terms of home prices per square foot, NeighborhoodX, a forthcoming startup focused on neighborhood-level data, has prepared just that for you.

As founder Constantine Valhouli explains, "We analyzed the average prices for a two-bedroom in various neighborhoods of the city, and discovered that even under-the-radar neighborhoods here are the equivalent price per square foot of some of the best neighborhoods of leading worldwide cities."

As Curbed notes, San Francisco's relatively remote Outer Sunset is comparably in price per square foot to Rome's central historic district, Centro Storico.

Or, for another example, "At approximately $844 per square foot, the Mission District compares to the fashionable Sodermalm neighborhood of Stockholm ($814/sq.ft.), known for its galleries, restaurants, and nightlife."

And, over in Oakland, "At $237 per square foot, Uptown is more expensive than the affluent Kolonaki neighborhood of Athens ($228/sq.ft.). One of the oldest cities in the world, inhabited for over 5,000 years, residents can walk in the footsteps of Plato, Socrates, Herodotus, Archimedes, Aristophanes, and Alexander the Great."

Sure, it's easy to leave this interactive map wishing yourself off to an island whose prices are basically equivalent to your spot in the Dogpatch. But it's also an important reminder that there are expensively priced cities with expensively priced neighborhoods all over the globe. For better or worse, we're in good company.

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