GASLAMP DISTRICT REAL ESTATE
Downtown San Diego Entertainment District
In San Diego’s Gaslamp District you’ll find some of the city’s best restaurants, bars and nightclubs. You will also find almost every kind of international cuisine from Asian to Mediterranean, Cajun to Spanish in more than 100 restaurants.
Of all downtown San Diego neighborhoods this is considered the entertainment district due the the high concentration of restaurants, bars and nightclubs in just a few city blocks.
There is also a mix of shopping opportunities located in the neighborhood ranging from clothing & accessories, home, bath and body stores to specialty shops to cater to the needs of basically everyone. There are also two grocery stores less than 10 blocks away in the nearby Marina District and East Village District to the East and West of the Gaslamp.
The Gaslamp quarter is an urban adventurer ideal place to live with its dining, shopping, dancing and entertainment venues available all compacted in a span of a few blocks. It’s proximity to San Diego’s best downtown hotels, convention center and the cruise ship terminal helps to attract lots of visitors to the area especially during the summer months.
Downtown San Diego Gaslamp Real Estate is comprised of a few mid rise buildings with a variety of studios, lofts, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom style floor plans. Please browse below for more information on all Gaslamp San Diego condos currently listed for sale, the neighborhood and each residential building in the area.
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Year Built: 2008
Total Units: 420
Sq Ft Range: 311 to 975
Starting at: $400,000
HOA Fees: $550+
GASLAMP CITY SQUARE
Year Built: 2005
Total Units: 208
Sq Ft Range: 448to 1,256 sq ft
Starting at: $395,000
HOA Fees: $450+
Year Built: 2005
Total Units: 149
Sq Ft Range: 450 to 1,100
Starting at: $390,000
HOA Fees: $525+
SAMUEL FOX LOFTS
Year Built: 1929
Total Units: 23
Sq Ft Range: 770 to 1,900
Starting at: $350,000
HOA Fees: $450+
EMBARCADERO MARINA PARK NORTH
Located in lively Downtown San Diego, Embarcadero Marina Park North is an easy way to escape the busy city scene. With plentiful green areas and stunning views of the vibrant San Diego waterfront, this park is the perfect place to sit down and relax or host your next private event.
EMBARCADERO MARINA PARK SOUTH
Embarcadero Marina Park South is located near a lively downtown and offers pristine views of the city skyline, vibrant waterfront, twinkling yachts in the marina and the world-famous San Diego Convention Center. Its numerous amenities make it the perfect place for your next private event.
The newly constructed Waterfront Park is the most significant waterfront open space in downtown San Diego.The existing historic landscape and landmark County building form the park’s center, while an interactive splash fountain extends from the building and into the park defining a large civic green. Kids enjoy having a splash, while cooling off on warm days.The park also features intimate garden rooms with distinct themes, a vibrant children’s play zone, and several picnic areas.
The Waterfront Park’s diverse spaces can accommodate public and private special events of various sizes, festivals, farmers markets, and active or relaxed family recreation. It’s also an ideal venue for a bayside wedding in downtown San Diego.
LANE FIELD PARK
Lane Field Park and Plaza is the Port of San Diego’s 22nd public park. This urban park has a strong relationship to the dynamic San Diego Bay and nearby public spaces. Inspired by San Diego’s love for baseball, the park is designed for visitors to discover hints of this site’s history as the former home of the San Diego Padres. Explore the park to find the home plate, pitcher’s mound and surrounding bases. Note: Dogs allowed, but must be leashed.
Located at the corner of Harbor Lane and Pacific Highway, this 3.3-acre park overlooks the vibrant San Diego Bay and the city’s downtown skyline. In addition to ample grass areas and stunning views, the park features a public artwork, “The Riparium,” a sculptural gateway of eucalyptus tree branches designed by local artist Roman de Salvo. Walk beneath the artwork’s moving shadows and experience this artistic treasure. Note: Dogs allowed, but must be leashed.
Sitting right on the water’s edge is San Diego Bayfront Park. Enjoy the panoramic view of San Diego’s vibrant waterfront from this grassy park adjacent to the Hilton San Diego Bayfront and the world-famous San Diego Convention Center.
TUNA HARBOR PARK
Named for the commercial fishing industry in San Diego and reflecting its history as a tuna port, this park provides visitors with shaded areas to relax, a scenic promenade for walking or jogging, bike routes and a perfect vantage point for viewing the diverse boating activity of San Diego Bay.
Pantoja Park is a public park located in the Marina District of Downtown San Diego, California. Originally built in 1850, it is the oldest park in the city of San Diego.Pantoja Park features a large grassy area and multiple large mature trees.
PARK AT PETCO PARK
Located outside the outfield wall but inside the Petco gates (so YES you do need a ticket on Padres game days), the Park at the Park is a grassy area of approximately 2.7 acres. It contains a mini little league infield diamond, trees, a statue of Tony Gwynn, and lots of area to sprawl out to picnic and play.
HORTON PLAZA PARK
Nestled in the heart of Downtown San Diego is the region’s newest outdoor entertainment venue. From grand scale productions to intimate affairs, Horton Plaza Park offers unparalleled service and exceptional experiences for guests.
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