No question, we help a lot of people move to the Bay Area. Despite being expensive, it is an attractive environment for many reasons. But when exactly will it be full? Is it already?

Not likely, according to the article "Can cities ever run out of room for everyone?" A Berkeley economist suggests that the Bay Area has room for another 30-40% more people.

The World Economic Forum offers an interesting perspective to what is happening in cities as populations grow and as neighborhoods evolve to meet the demands of the growth. The graphic below shows that San Francisco is much less densely populated than cities like Paris, London, Mexico City and Seoul. Still, there are trade-offs to when is it too much?