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The New Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge in the East Village/Ballpark District is a Few Steps Closer to Being Complete!

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|Downtown San Diego Urban Lifestyle|January 2010 with 0 Comments

The New Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge in the East Village/Ballpark District is a Few Steps Closer to Being Complete!
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92101 Urban Living is still following the development of the new Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge that is located in the East Village/ Ballpark District right next to Petco Park and Hilton Hotel.

Construction workers are right now working on finishing the stairs taking you up to the top of the bridge. As you will be walking over the bridge you will have a great view over Downtown San Diego. When you are facing South you can see the Coronado Bridge, Mexico, San Diego Bay, mountains and the Pacific Ocean, when facing West you can see the Hilton Hotel straight ahead, when facing Northwest you can see the San Diego Convention Center, when facing North you can see the Omni Hotel and the Marina District, when facing East you can see Petco Park and the San Diego Trolley station.

Downtown San Diego Condo home owners and Downtown San Diego Loft home owners in Park Terrace, Icon, Diamond Terrace, Park Loft, M2i, Metrome, The Legend and Fahrenheit will have benefit of just a short stroll over to the bridge with easy access to the water front, Seaport Village, the Convention Center and much more!

The bridge will span across Harbor Drive at Park Boulevard and will bring to life the vision of linking Balboa Park and the San Diego Bay. The bridge will also allow the reopening of Harbor Drive at Park Boulevard to vehicular traffic.

The bridges unique design will include:
• 500-foot curved span
• 130-foot center angled pylon
• 16-foot-wide by 3-foot-thick concrete deck, 25 feet above Harbor Drive
• Stainless steel-wrapped suspension cable railing
• Enhanced lighting above and below bridge deck and on center pylon
• Landscaped plazas on north and south sides.

To read 92101 Urban Living’s former blogs click on Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge Breaks Ground, Downtown San Diego Harbor Drives View is Now Forever Changed, The Development of the Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge Continues in the East Village District! and to read more visit www.ccdc.com ')}