Category Archives: April 2009

Taste of Little Italy in Downtown San Diego

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/taste-of-little-italy-in-downtown-san-diego/473/ Bring your friends and family and discover the different options of dining possibilities and enjoy tastes from the best of Downtown San Diego’s famous Little Italy. Appetizers, desserts and specialty beverages are offered as you walk down the streets of Little Italy. Sit down and relax and enjoy NovaMenco who will be performing at… Read More

Afford a Condo or Loft Investment in Downtown San Diego!

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/afford-a-condo-or-loft-investment-in-downtown-san-diego/465/ Why get a VA loan? Use it to invest in Downtown San Diego. There are many advantages in choosing a VA loan instead of a conventional loan for your purchase of a Downtown San Diego Loft or Condo. For more information about military loans visit Military Home Programs and for VA loans visit VA… Read More

Downtown San Diego Units Sold by Price Range

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/downtown-san-diego-units-sold-by-price-range/464/ During the first quarter of 2009, 32% of the total units sold price range was $300,000 and under. 29% of the total units sold range between $300,001-500,000 and 22% between $500,001-700,000. Leaving a total of 83% of the quarters price range under $700,000. A total of 61% was less than $500,000. Most of the… Read More

East Village Safety and Quality of Life Forum – in Downtown San Diego!

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/east-village-safety-and-quality-of-life-forum-in-downtown-san-diego/448/ Want to improve your neighborhood? Have suggestions on how to make East Village a better community? Join the East Village Safety and Quality forum together with the community organization Evcan When and Where Saturday, May 9th, 2009 9:30am – Noon Petco Park – Auditorium Whats included Brief community statements by East Village residents and… Read More

Downtown San Diego Harbor Drives View is Now Forever Changed

Make a Smilebox slideshow Last week crews swung in the last piece of the span for a $26.8 million dollar pedestrian bridge. Which has one of the longest self anchored pedestrian suspension spans in the world; the 500-foot bridge is designed by San Diego architects Safdie Rabines. 92101 Urban Living have been following the development… Read More

ArtWalk in Little Italy

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/artwalk-in-little-italy/443/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NugGRNcAzcw Come join Little Italys ArtWalk featuring art, music, and dance performances in Downtown San Diego on April 25th and 26th. Bring your friends, family and be a part of this spectacular celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Mission Federal Artwalk. A group of Featured Artists are selected every year, and this year… Read More

A Produce Market with OPTIONS! “Thank You” Market 32 Produce for a Great Contribution to The Neighborhood!

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/a-produce-market-with-options-thank-you-market-32-produce-for-a-great-contribution-to-the-neighborhood/444/ Make a Smilebox slideshow This is the place to go when you are looking for fresh farm produce, flowers, and goods with compatible prices. This Farmers Market gives you OPTIONS! Check out the three different ways you can access this market: 1)Walk in 2) Drive by for Curbside Pickup 3) Call/fax in your order… Read More

Broadway Pier Cruise Ship Terminal

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/broadway-pier-cruise-ship-terminal/440/ Broadway Pier Cruise Ship Terminal, one of The Port of San Diegos largest public work projects is advertising for construction bids.The building will have a baggage claim area, a passenger waiting area, and a ticketing office. There will also be a station for customs and Homeland Security, a passenger disembarking area, and baggage handling…. Read More

The Housing Market Shows Signs of Life

downtown-san-diego-real-estate-market-analysis/the-housing-market-shows-signs-of-life/435/ Lured by increases in prices, as 92101 Urban Living talked about in an earlier blog, Slight increase in Median Home Prices, but also government incentives like interest rates and tax brakes, first time buyers are finally rushing in. Housing sales are increasing in some of the hardest markets. So, why is this happening? In… Read More