Core District, Downtown San Diego
In the heart of Downtown San Diego is the Core district. The Core district stretches from ‘A’ street to Broadway and Union to 12th Ave. The successful revitalization of this area started in 1975 and it’s development has been a crucial element to stimulating San Diego’s downtown area. Even up to about 2009, the development of this area has continued. Alonzo Horton began hotel and retail construction and development in the 1860’s to 1920’s. Today, the Core District is an upscale, trendy and fashionable shopping center. Horton Plaza is surrounded by many old buildings that have been renovated for new residential and commercial uses, luring people to this neighborhood. The Core serves as the San Diego region’s corporate and banking hub with government buildings such as the Civic Center, Small Business Administration, the World Trade Center and City Hall. The San Diego Civic Theater and historic Copley Symphony Hall add a variety of events for the music and arts enthusiast. Existing notable structures in the Core include the beautiful Westgate and U.S. Grant hotels, Community concourse, the high rise office buildings dubbed as “Financial Corridor,” which sits along B Street. The Trolley stop is on C street, which is easily accessible to get around the city’s main area of day and night activities.
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Currently, we have several condos for sale in the Core District of San Diego. Buying property takes time and it’s important to possess negotiating skills and have knowledge of neighborhood trends. You need a good negotiator who knows the market and can save you time, money and heartache by helping you make the right choices. Call us today at (619) 777-8354 and we will make sure you have all the information you need to know for a favorable and successful Core District home buying/selling transaction.