Adams Avenue: Beyond Normal

Adams Avenue runs through the craftsman communities of Normal Heights, Kensington, Antique Row and University Heights. The area’s renowned walkability allows residents and visitors alike the opportunity to take in historic landmarks and nature trails. Overlooking Mission Valley and easily accessible from Adams Avenue exits on both the I-805 and I-15, this business district combines the best of San Diego’s past with a thriving modern scene spread along a two-and-a-half mile corridor.

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A Local’s Guide to the College Area

Come to the College Area and find the hidden treasures we partake in every day. From diverse eateries to practical shops that make life easier, the College Area has something for everyone. Nightly entertainment and mainstream productions included, come visit the College Area today!

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East Village: San Diego’s Largest Urban Neighborhood

Live, play, work and dream in East Village, San Diego’s livable urban village. East Village is San Diego’s largest downtown neighborhood encompassing 130 blocks, located east of 7th Ave. and southeast of the Core district and Cortez Hill. This "livable urban village" has a population of about 10,000 (and growing), with most residents living in mid-rise or luxury condominiums and lofts. Continuing urban development and the steady growth of new businesses draws locals from neighboring downtown areas and elsewhere in San Diego County to this diverse and vibrant community with a unique mix of arts, culture, education and entertainment.

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Ocean Beach

Ocean Beach is San Diego’s most eclectic, authentic beach town. Whether looking for surf and sand, good food and cold brews, or live, rockin’ music – Ocean Beach has something for everyone. The community is home to more than 100 restaurants, bars and merchants offering locals and visitors some of San Diego’s best grub and a unique shopping experience. Whether a San Diego resident or stopping by on vacation, Ocean Beach does not disappoint. Visit for more information.

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Old Town San Diego: The Birthplace of California

See where California’s story began in this charming neighborhood in the heart of San Diego. History awaits you and the finest in professional theatre, museums and historical sites, artisans, galleries and shops are all within easy walking distance. Plus, Old Town has some of San Diego’s most popular Mexican restaurants within blocks on each other. With entertainment and year-round activities aplenty, check out some of Old Town’s greatest attractions.

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San Ysidro

At the south end of the City of San Diego, you’ll find a tiny, beautiful jewel –San Ysidro. San Ysidro is known for its dynamic Hispanic culture and proximity to neighboring Mexico. More than 50,000 vehicles and 25,000 pedestrian cross the San Ysidro Port of Entry on a daily basis, making it a hub for cross-cultural experiences and interaction

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