san diego downtown living - street light housing
There are exciting things on San Diego's eight-block schedule.
Each community has its own unique taste and residents flock to the area that best suits them.
Citizen/core area: From Street to Broadway, from Union Street to Park Avenue.
Recovery and revitalization are the main agenda in this area.
C Street tram plans to improve safety and landscape.
The freshness of the landscape will reduce clutter, see the storefront more clearly, and get clean and safe items more easily.
Columbia District: Columbia pier with Broadway as its main street.
The waterfront is planned with landscaping, parks, "quiet areas" and pedestrian streets.
Conference Center: 2.
The hotel is surrounded by 6 million square feet of facilities, close to gas lights, electric cars and the Pier block.
Plans to increase exhibition and meeting space.
The oldest residential area in San Diego, Mount Cortes.
Apartments and apartments are Victorian-style houses.
There are new street lighting items on the books in the area.
East Village: 325 mu.
The largest community in the city center.
The port Avenue pedestrian bridge will be completed at the end of 2010 summer and will complete the vision of 100 to connect the bay to Balboa Park.
15 blocks is the center of downtown business.
The neighborhood is listed on the National Historic Site.
There is a renovation of the Gaslamp Plaza Park on the area's books, but no start date has been announced.
Little Italy: the main corridor is Indian street.
A lively village in a single house, apartment and apartment.
Monarch School is a 30000 square foot k-12 school.
There is no start date at this time.
Coastal Area: haudon square by the sea and office building in the city center.
Originally made up of warehouses and open spaces, this neighborhood is one of the most ideal living areas in the heart of the city.
The history of the Asian Cultural Center will develop here.