Walkability to shops, schools, and parks.
Access to nearby buses, trains, and trolleys.
Access to biking lanes, paths, trails, and parking.
San Diego, CA Neighborhood Information
With amazing weather and an exciting job market, you’ll quickly understand why many call San Diego America’s finest city. It’s a bike-friendly destination that’s full of new-world entertainment and old-world charms, like the beautiful museums in Balboa Park. It also boasts an international airport in the middle of the city. Few places have so much to offer residents, whether you’re jogging along the harbor, visiting the San Diego Zoo, or exploring the shopping, dining, and nightlife options in the Gaslamp Quarter. With so much opportunity, you’ll have no trouble falling in love with San Diego.
The epicenter of San Diego’s nightlife scene, the Gaslamp Quarter is packed with more than 180 restaurants, 50 bars, and 10 nightclubs.
History & Culture
Balboa Park is a cultural oasis that boasts many museums, tranquil gardens, and the world-famous San Diego Zoo.
Trekking the Trails
At nearly six thousand acres, Mission Trails Regional Park is the largest urban open space park west of the Mississippi, filled with miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, birding, and rock climbing.
The site of the first Spanish settlement on the West Coast, Old Town San Diego features a dozen acres of Mexican heritage and historical sites, colorful shops, early-California-style restaurants, museums, a theater, and the restored Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Beaches & Bays
With seventeen miles of coastline, San Diego is famous for its beaches, bays, and many water activities.
Hailed by Golf Digest as "one of the top 50 golf destinations in the world," San Diego is home to more than 90 golf courses in every conceivable setting--from oceanfront to desert to mountains.
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