Downtown San Diego Real Estate
Looking for non-stop excitement and convenience in America’s Finest City? Consider beautiful downtown San Diego, which is experiencing unprecedented redevelopment, a true real estate phenomenon. Truly Americas Finest City, you cant beat downtown San Diego for beauty, excitement or convenience, and all of downtown is experiencing unprecedented redevelopment. Whether you are looking for Condos, Lofts, or Luxury Penthouses, you will find it in downtown San Diego, population 20,000 and growing.
Home to the San Diego Padres Petco Park downtown theater goers have their choice of the Civic Theater, the Spreckle’s Theater, and the San Diego Children’s Theater. Symphony lovers enjoy Copley Hall and there’s something for everyone in Balboa Park including the world famous zoo. Shoppers enjoy the whimsical Horton Plaza Shopping Center and other attractions including a host of museums.
Residents of downtown San Diego enjoy living in the lap of luxury with upscale hotels, restaurants, shopping and nightlife in six distinct neighborhoods:
The Ballpark District, is also known as The East Village. Developers are building over 40 luxury condo and loft projects in the Ballpark District.
The Columbia District boasts trendy waterfront lofts and condos. Developers are building fabulous residential towers along the Columbia Districts waterfront.
Downtowns highest district, Cortez Hill is charming, simply charming with original Victorian homes, townhomes, row houses and lofts. Residents enjoy an intimate neighborhood as well as spectacular views. Developers are building another 700+ residential units in Cortez Hill.
The Gaslamp District is the throbbing heart of downtown San Diego’s nightlife. Residents enjoy their renovated lofts in historic buildings. As part of downtown San Diego’s renaissance developers are building a number of residential projects in the Gaslamp District.
Little Italy is downtowns oldest continuous neighborhood/business district. Developers are building beautiful new housing, living history and public art displays.
Residents of the tree-lined Marina District enjoy parks and open spaces in San Diego’s most expensive downtown real estate.