The East Village/Ballpark District lead the way with 20 Developer sales during May 2009. Right behind was the Columbia District and the Cortez Hill District with 8 each and 2 sales for the Little Italy District.
9 REO sales went to the East Village/Ballpark District, 5 to the Little Italy District, 2 each to the Cortez Hill District, the Gaslamp District and the Marina District. The Columbia District only had 1.
There was 4 Resales in the Marina District and 2 in the Little Italy District. One each for the Columbia District, the Cortez Hill District and the East Village/Ballpark District.
Little Italy District had 5 Short sales followed by the East Village/Ballpark District with 2 and1 each for the Cortez Hill District and the Gaslamp District.
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It is finally here – the famous Broken Yolk Cafe that everyone has been talking about for months! Please help us welcome this superb breakfast and lunch place to the neighborhood. Patrons who have long been fans of the Broken Yolk Cafe in other locations say “It’s like having a good home cooked meal that your mother prepared.”
Mr. Salvador Lombroso, owner of the Downtown San Diego and the East Lake location, is looking forward to welcoming everyone to taste something extraordinary. Stop by at 355 6th Avenue between K St. and J St. – just one block away from Petco Park.
92101 Urban Living visited the Cafe yesterday and was invited to sit down and enjoy a meal by Mr. Salvador Lombroso and Mr. John G – founder/owner of the Pacific Beach location. This breakfast place in Downtown San Diego has it all. We tried a new item on the menu – the Grilled Eggplant and Goat Cheese Panini – with grilled eggplant, zucchini, red onions, roasted green pepper, sprouts and goat cheese served on crispy foccacia bread with pesto mayo. You can’t go wrong with that!
The Broken Yolk Cafe has been in business since 1979. The Cafe offers a large selection of home cooked meals in a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. The Downtown Cafe has a loft like feeling with high ceilings, exposed elements and an oversized industrial ceiling fan. There are over 20 different omelets to choose from such as the Ham-It-Up, John Wayne, California, 27 Mile South, Cisco Kid and The Mom, a San Diego favorite. The Broken Yolk also offers a wide variety of other breakfast favorites which include pancakes, waffles and French toast. To see their full menu please click here.
Feel more like lunch? Try one of their juicy ½ pound burgers, their large sandwiches or one of their fresh soups and salads of generous portions. Without question, The Broken Yolk Cafe has a strong dedication to good food and equally good service.
Lucky Downtown San Diego Condo and Loft owners at Pacific Terrace, The Legend, Trellis, Gaslamp City Square, Alta and Crown Bay can now step outside their door to stroll over to the best voted breakfast cafe by the San Diego Reader. The Broken Yolk even offers free delivery to residences in the immediate vicinity.
Stop by for a great experience! If you need more information please visit The Broken Yolk Cafe or call them at 619-338-9655.
For more Downtown San Diego secrets, visit our former blog Secrets of Downtown San Diegos Urban Living.
The Legend and Union Square in the East Village/Ballpark District in Downtown San Diego 92101 lead the way with seven Developer sales and right behind them with five was Alta. One sale went to Park Terrace.
M2i had one resale and Park Boulevard East had one short sale for May 2009.
The Gaslamp District in Downtown San Diego 92101 had two REO sales at Sam Fox Lofts and one each for Gaslamp City Square, Lofts at 777 and Trellis. There was one short sale at Gaslamp City Square and one at Lofts at 777 for May 2009.
The Developer sales went to Aperture and Breeza with one each.
To get our economy back on track The Obama Administration has introduced a comprehensive Financial Stability Plan. The Home Affordable Plan is an important part of this effort. This is a plan to stabilize our housing market and help up to seven to nine million Americans to reduce their monthly mortgage payments to more affordable levels.
The Home Affordable Plan Program gives up to four to five million homeowners with loans owned or guaranteed by Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac an opportunity to refinance into more affordable monthly payments. The Home Affordable Plan commits $75 billion to keep up to three to four million Americans in their homes by preventing avoidable foreclosures.
Click here to see if your are eligible and for more information visit Home Affordable Plan
The show starts at 9 p.m. on Friday, July 4th and can be viewed from almost anywhere around the Northern portion of San Diego Bay, as well as from Embarcadero Marina Parks North and South and Coronado Tidelands Park in Coronado.
To visit our former blog about the 4th of July celebration of 2008 please visit Fourth of July Celebrations
Below is a list on where to go:
Coronado Independence Day 9pm – Fireworks
7am – 29th Annual Independence Day 15k run and 5k walk
9am -The 45th Annual Rough Water Swim
10am – Coronado’s Independence Day Parade
4-5:30pm – Spreckles Park will host patriotic music.
Escondido – 9pm Fireworks
2:00pm – 10:00pm – Celebrations at Grape Day Park
321 North Broadway and California Center for the Arts, 340 N. Escondido Blvd.
Fireworks Celebrations – 9pm
Chula Vista Yacht Harbor
Del Mar Fairgrounds
Kimball Park, National City
Memorial Park (Logan Heights)
Mira Mesa Community Park
Ocean Beach Pier
Poway High School
Ramona High School
Julian – Cleveland National Forest
Noon – Parade
The American Legion hosts a barbeques at 2nd and Washington Streets.
Legoland – 8pm
Independence Day of celebration to include a life-size “Old Glory.” The 7200 brick creation will weigh in at 150 pounds upon completion, measuring more than eight by four feet.
La Jolla Cove – 9pm Fireworks
Fireworks can best be seen from La Jolla Cove, Scripps Park and La Jolla Shores Beach.
USS Midway! NEW!!!
View multiple fireworks displays from the deck of the USS Midway (San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum). Lawn chairs, blankets and coolers with food and non-alcoholic beverages allowed.
Admission: adults, $12, children (6-17), $7.
Ship opens at 6pm for July Fireworks event.
Info: 619-544-9600 or www.midway.org
Navy Pier, Downtown – Fireworks
A patriotic salute, with Conductor Garbutt, the Sweet Adelines Chorus, Sun Harbor Chorus and Third Marine Aircraft Wing Band.
Rancho Bernardo HS – Fireworks
Rancho Bernardo High School
13010 Paseo Lucido
10am – Festivities kick off in Webb Park.
3:30pm – Parade begins at Bernardo Center Drive.
Sundown – Fireworks at Ranch Bernardo High.
Oceanside Pier – 9pm Fireworks
10am – 10pm – activities at Pacific Street and Mission Avenue, Oceanside Pier, Oceanside Yacht Club and at amphitheater. Parades, fireworks and a street fair.
San Diego Bay – 9pm Fireworks
7:30pm – Summer Pops Concert: A Salute to America
San Marcos Bradley Park
Independence Day Celebration includes food, music, kids activities and fireworks at 9pm.
Seaworld – 9pm Fireworks
4th SeaWorld Adventure Park Independence Day Celebrate with musical acts, extended hours and San Diego’s biggest fireworks show.
Vista’s Brengle Terrace Park
11am to 9:30pm – Food, entertainment, a kids carnival, fireworks and military displays.
9pm – Fireworks
Free shuttle is available from Vista High School.