Downtown San Diego especially the eight new neighborhood developments offer a unique quality of life and convenience that is unprecedented anywhere. Living in Downtown San Diego makes life as well as it can get anywhere. This is a city of beautifully tanned people, 365 days of sunshine, warm and balmy temperatures, and miles of snow-white beaches. Over 14 million visitors descend upon this Pacific Paradise every year. As the second largest City in California, the City of San Diego is a modern, well-planned, clean metropolis, and a very popular year-round resort, with thousands of tourists.
The Eight Major Neighborhoods of Downtown San Diego Real Estate are: The Colombia District, The Core District, Cortez Hill, East Village, The Gas Lamp Quarter, Horton Plaza, Little Italy District,The Marina District.
Downtown San Diego is a tourist magnet, and, next to Las Vegas, the City of San Diego has the highest hotel occupancy rate in the United States, bar none. The only tourism problem that exists right now is that there are not a sufficient number of hotel rooms to accommodate the masses of tourists who visit here all year long. The City of San Diego has truly become an economic dynamo within the booming Southern California economy and the poster child for urban renewal.
Some of the major attractions are: San Diego Zoo, Qualcomm Stadium, the San Diego Wild Animal Park, Balboa Park, SeaWorld San Diego, The San Diego Sports Arena and The Gaslamp Quarter, Southern California’s premier dining,shopping and entertainment district, where you’ll find a truly eclectic blend of food, fun and culture all within one of San Diego’s most historic areas. Along with the family fun, for those that like gaming will find numerous casinos within close driving distance from Downtown San Diego. In North County on highway76 you will find Pala Casino Spa Resort, Pauma, and in Valley View there are two casino Valley View and believe it not San Diego has its own Harrah’s Casino and Resort. Going east of downtown off of Highway 8 there are Casinos.