SF Parking Expensive, But Not Most Expensive in the World

New report on most expensive parking in the world.

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    Parking is expensive in San Francisco, but it's downright oppressive in places like London and New York.

    It is pretty expensive to park in San Francisco, but it seems like pennies when you look at what it costs to park in other parts of the world.

    According to a new report by Colliers International, the typical cost of parking in SF is $375/month.

    That's not a lot when you look at the most expensive place: London. To park in the city, it will cost you $1,083.59/month.

    London's West End, Zurich, Hong Kong and Tokyo round out the top 5.

    The first U.S. city to appear on the list, New York Midtown, where it costs $541/month to park.

    San Francisco is 26th on the list. Colliers says it costs an average of $26/day to park in the city.

    Other California cities in the top 10 in the U.S., Los Angeles, which ranks 5 and San Diego, which ranks 8.