Thinking about the ILS to 13L at JFK, it finally occurred to me that the situation here in the Bay Area is unusual.
When the winter weather gets rainy the winds are out of the S or SE or E, so the custom is all SFO arrivals on the rwy 19L ILS while OAK arrivals use the rwy 11 ILS. The two approach courses cross at 37.74932 N, 122.28606 W, which is 8.23 nm from the SFO 19L threshold and 2.82 nm from the OAK 11 threshold. The published approach to OAK requires crossing PLAZA (west of the crossing) at 1800 ft, while SFO arrivals are required to cross SHAKE at or above 2900 ft. I had always assumed SHAKE was north of the crossing, but now I see it's 8.82 nm from the 19L threshold. Close enough, I guess.
(When controllers clear aircraft for the ILS approaches they invariably state those crossing restrictions-- they don't just trust the pilots to read the chart.)
So: where else in the world do ILSs cross like this, with a stream of aircraft using the two ILSs simultaneously? Anybody think of one where the difference in distances from the two thresholds to the crossing point is less than 5.4 nm?