san diego communities: Living in University Heights, San Diego - Virtual Relocation - 03/30/11 03:39 PM
 
University Heights is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the City of San Diego. It is located on the southern rim of Mission Valley between SR-163 and I-805.University Heights is a pedestrian friendly area with retail shopping and residential areas in easy proximity of each other. It is home to a diverse group of entrepreneurs and professional who enjoy its urban environment.
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san diego communities: Living in Normal Heights, San Diego - Virtual Relocation - - 03/01/11 08:55 AM
Normal Heights was named for the San Diego Normal School, a teacher's college that was the forerunner to San Diego State University. The majority of neighborhood businesses are located along Adams Avenue. The Adams Avenue Business Association hosts Adams Street Fair, Antique Fair, Holiday on the Avenue, Roots Festival, Arts Around Adams. You will not get bored in Normal Heights. 

 

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san diego communities: Living in Mission Hills, San Diego - Virtual Relocation - - 05/17/07 04:33 AM
Mission Hills is located on hills just south of the San Diego River valley and north of downtown San Diego, overlooking Old Town and San Diego Bay. The area was home to many of San Diego's pioneers and many of the homes are historical. Homes were also often designed by San Diego's premier architects. There are California bungalows, craftsman homes, Spanish Revival and Mission-style homes and many other one of a kind residence.
 

 
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san diego communities: Living in South Park, San Diego - Virtual Relocation - - 05/07/07 04:57 AM
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san diego communities: Living in Hillcrest, San Diego - Virtual Relocation - - 04/26/07 07:47 AM
 
New York has Greenwich Village. San Francisco has the Castro. Vancouver has the West End. And San Diego has Hillcrest, our closest thing to a diverse, lively, hip and colorful neighborhood. Hillcrest is the residential and commercial hub of San Diego's gay and lesbian community. Prominent gay clubs are mostly found within Hillcrest. The LGBT community center ("The Center") is located here as well.
Hillcrest is a walkable neighborhood with many of the cafés, restaurants and shops near the main residential pockets.
The neighborhood hosts annual Gay Pride parade and Hillcrest City Fest Street Fair. Other regular events in Hillcrest include a weekly … (1 comments)

san diego communities: Living in Kensington, San Diego - Virtual Relocation - - 04/21/07 07:04 PM
Kensington overlooks Mission Valley's southern rim with many of its homes enjoying views of the valley. The neon "Kensington" sign can be found overhanging Adams Avenue, which acts as the neighborhood's cultural center. The distinctive California-Spanish style homes sit above steep slopes dedicated to open space.
In Kensington, there is a old style movie theater showing independent  films, a coffeehouse, a pub, park that surrounds the local library. The area is centrally located near I-15 and offers quick access to many San Diego attractions.
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san diego communities: Living in North Park, San Diego - Virtual Relocation - - 04/18/07 12:00 PM
The most sprawling of the urban neighborhoods, Norh Park is situated to the northeast of Balboa Park. Home to hundreds of classic California Style Craftsman houses, North Park includes the subneighborhoods of Burlingame, Altadena, and the Morley Field area. The North Park sign can be seen above 30th Street and University Avenue.
North Park has recently experienced a significant influx of development interest, especially within its downtown area.  The community has already approved a number of significant proposals that will transform the fabric of downtown North Park.
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