CityVille celebrates the city by the bay with new San Francisco items

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Continuing in the overall "trip" to California Zynga is making in CityVille (which started with the Hollywood decorations), we can now celebrate the Golden Gate City by purchasing a set of six San Francisco-themed items from the game's store. These items come in the form of Businesses, a Residence, three decorations, and even a new Landmark.

The new Business is the Cable Car Restaurant, which costs 40 City Cash. While that might be a bit expensive, you'll gain quite a bit of coins for cashing out its profits - 795 coins for every 150 Goods supplied, to be exact. Meanwhile, the Residence is the Beachside Suites, which costs 35 City Cash. This building starts out by adding 300 people to your town, and can be expanded to 620 population over time. You'll be able to collect 246 coins in rent every three days.

As for the landmark, it's the Pyramid Skyrise. It surprisingly costs only 150,000 coins, and will add 1,250 citizens to your maximum population. Of course, there's a catch explaining why it's so cheap - you'll need to collect various building materials to complete its construction after you pay the price for its base.

As for the decorative items, there's the Lambert Street (the famous "zig-zag" street) available for 42 City Cash (offers a 24% bonus payout), the Coit Tower which costs 25 City Cash (adds a 13% bonus payout), and the Union Square building that goes for 36 City Cash (offers a 24% bonus payout).

Unfortunately - that's it. There's no other coin items available as of this writing, which is definitely disappointing. What's more, if you don't have the City Cash on hand to purchase these items that you would like to splurge on, you'll only have a week to earn the required funds, as these items will expire after that time. Hopefully, this "all City Cash" release (the Landmark notwithstanding) won't be a sign of things to come - if so, I can imagine there will be some mighty upset mayors in Zynga's future.

What do you think of these San Francisco-themed items? Will you spend City Cash on any of the limited edition decorations? Let us know in the comments.
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