Columbia District

 

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The Columbia District is a very distinct patch in the quilt of downtown San Diego. This waterfront area is comprised mostly of commercial and government buildings, but is home to some beautiful residences providing exceptional views and style.

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Train fans will love the historic Santa Fe Depot. This is the second busiest Amtrak rail corridor in the country.

The Columbia District is also home to the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, the Federal and County courthouses, and the State Office Building.

The waterfront in this neighborhood is a significant portion of the North Embarcadero Visionary Plan, which includes development of / and along, a 100-foot wide boardwalk to provide entertainment, dining, shopping, and increased access to the natural beauty of the area. The Midway Museum is at the southwest tip of the Columbia District.

Residential Aspects of The Columbia District

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The downtown San Diego condos that span Pacific Highway in this neighborhood are commonly known as Millionaire Row. These residences are something to behold.

The builds for two major hotels are currently in progress. The Columbia Tower will have 393 rooms, over 19 stories. The Lane Field will have 800 rooms, over 17 stories. These are excellent growth opportunities that will support the Convention Center, and bring jobs into the downtown San Diego area.

Work on the Broadway Navy Complex is also underway. Two condo projects are the Kettner and Ash, of 285 units and the Santa Fe Depot, Parcel 9, of 232 units.

 

Shopping

Shopping for residents here is pretty convenient. There are quite a few shops in the district to the east – the Horton/ Gaslamp District in beautiful Horton Plaza. Grocery shopping is good, too. There are some specialty groceries in Little Italy directly to the north, as well as a Ralphs, Super Value, and Cost Plus in the Marina District to the south.

Dining and Excursions

The Columbia District has some great restaurants including, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Anthony’s Fish Grotto, and Fishette. The North Embarcadero Visionary Plan will bring more into the area. You will also find access to the Coronado Ferry and the San Diego Visitors Center here.

Photos Courtesy of 1325 Pacific Highway, 2905 and Welcome San Diego

To find out more about the gorgeous waterfront area of The Columbia District, or to tour some of these amazing homes, call me at 619-405-7673 or email me at Homes@InHarmonyWithYourDreams.com.

 

 

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