A vibrant urban paradise
The heart of every city lives in its downtown, and San Diego is no exception. Located only minutes from the airport, San Diego’s thriving downtown districts offer an overabundance of options for accommodations, activities, dining, and cultural attractions. All are accessible by foot or trolley. Newcomers along with long-time residents often find that downtown San Diego offers the ideal blend of convenience, comfort, and excitement.
Elegant high-rise condominiums
Elegant high-rise condominiums and handsome townhouses join premier attractions like the historic Gas Lamp Quarter where turn of the century Victorian architecture graces offices, restaurants, and boutiques. Downtown residents are minutes away from the world famous Horton Plaza as well as popular attractions like Seaport Village, the prestigious San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina, and the newly expanded San Diego Convention Center. Also nearby is Balboa Park which offers recreational and cultural facilities . The city’s largest theater, Civic Theater, its circa 1929 Symphony Hall, the Central Library, the San Diego Cruise Terminal, and The Star of India and its Maritime Museum are just a few more of Downtown’s important residents.
Growth and prosperity
San Diego’s downtown has become a model or what redevelopment should be for many cities across the country for their downtown area. Seedy and run-down buildings and neighborhoods turned into to upscale hotels, condominiums, restaurants, shopping centers and night clubs. With its wide variety or amenities, downtown has grown in popularity as a highly desirable residential haven. Come see for yourself!