A shadow over much of the city
Barring, or due to, his rather unnerving enthusiasm ("I love the way the mountain range casts a shadow over much of the city. There’s also a second peak in the Tenderloin (which I’m dubbing Mt. Loin)"), Doug McCune's striking topographical mapping of SF crime here, if crime were elevation. Perversely, to actualize this and relandscape the city accordingly would result in the vertiginous peaks of crime - now the best view in town - facing instantaneous gentrification and explosion of real estate values, leaving the "good parts of town" shrouded in darkness until noon every day.