San Diego Communities

San Diego city is the second largest city in California and the eighth largest in the United States, it has more than 100 neighborhoods which are divided into 52 individual Community Planning Areas. The people of the city are extremely friendly and have a relaxed lifestyle that is not seen in many metropolitan cities.

Downtown San Diego on the San Diego bay, Balboa Park with many mesas and canyons in the northeast, the dense and old urban communities of Hill crest and North Park, City Heights, Southeast San Diego, College area are some of the popular neighborhoods in the San Diego City. The boundaries of the neighborhoods are clearly understood by the residents of the city by depending upon the geographical boundaries. The city has a strong presence of military personnel, which makes the local public well behaved and a delight to be among.

San Diego has many skyscrapers, the first among them over 300 feet tall was the El Cortez apartment Hotel constructed in 1927 and then gradually many new ones came up including the Union Bank of California Building, Symphony Towers, One America Plaza and others. There are no high rises above 500 feet in Downtown San Diego as per the FAA regulations set in 1970s due to the proximity of San Diego International Airport. The beautiful neighborhoods and communities makes living in San Diego City a pleasure.

San Diego Communities

San Diego Ranks in Top 10 Best American Cities in 2011

What are the factors that entice residents to a city? There are economic, recreational, social, access, education, and a number of other key factors. "We looked at a range of positive metrics around quality of life, counted up restaurants, evaluated school scores, and considered the number of colleges and pro sports teams. All these factors and more add up to a city that would seem to offer...

San Diego Little League Baseball

Little League baseball is a non-profit youth sports organization. While it is headquartered in South Williamsport, PA, it organizes baseball leagues and teams across the United States. Players from all across the country play locally and vie for a national title. The Little League was founded by Carl Stotz in 1939. Today, millions enjoy baseball. Youth can participate in the program and adults c...

San Diego Urban Lifestyle

Some of San Diego's residents thrive in the vibrance of city life. Many choose to live close to work and other city featues. They find it exciting to connect with others who enjoy the city. Communities San Diego urban communities are the middle of the social scene. Some neighborhoods are right next to the city's best features. Some communities offer a great lifestyle and opportunity to c...

San Diego Home Types

San Diego has many different neighborhood options to choose from. The types of homes vary as well from community to community. Some communities are built for family living while others are built for singles and/or couples. San Diego has a home style for anyone. Single Family Homes Many San Diego communities are designed for single family living. Some homes are single-story and built for people w...

San Diego Suburban Lifestyle

Many people prefer to escape the noise of city life to reside in suburban life. San Diego offers some great suburban communities. Communities San Diego suburban communities are an escape from city energy. Some neighborhoods are close to city amenities. Others are a significant distance away, creating distance from the city buzz. Neighborhood amenities vary. Some communities consist of high densi...

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