Horton Plaza District
In the early 1980’s, Horton Plaza was one of the first downtown revitalization projects and this was the first neighborhood where serious downtown development began. It is conveniently located near Ralph’s Grocery Store, Seaport Village, shopping and theaters. The architectural design at Horton Plaza was, at first, a bit controversial, as it is painted in forty-three different colors! Can you imagine that? However, the festive feel of this unique shopping mall–more than a shopping mall really– soon became well liked and the biggest problem anyone had was remembering the “Fruit” level where they had parked their car. With any validated purchase receipt from Horton Plaza and the first three hours of parking are free. There are enough shopping choices to appease the whole family, and places to eat good food at every budget level. The newest movies play at the multiplex and downstairs the Lyceum Theater offers great plays and musicals. At the top level you can see the umbrellas of one of the restaurants. There are escalators and elevators at each end of the Plaza and stairs throughout. This is a favorite shopping mall and what makes it a must see in my book is the fact that there are items and shops to suit every budget and interest level, especially since there is something going on every day that makes a simple pause on a bench entertaining. Not only a shopping area, the Horton Plaza offers a casual setting for gatherings, dining or sipping a tea or coffee. It is walking distance from the downtown train station at Kettner and Broadway as well as the Gaslamp Quarter. Meridian offers luxury condominiums, valet parking, 24-hour security, and landscaped gardens in the heart of downtown San Diego.
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