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Relatively Speaking

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/relatively-speaking/98/ Today, March 12th, is the birthday of Albert Einstein. I thought I would speak in relative terms, to honor him, regarding real estate. Especially in downtown San Diego where you have lofts, townhomes, flats, condos, wood frame construction, steel frame construction and concrete construction. If you don’t know the difference between the aforementioned items… Read More

Padres are Coming Home

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/padres-are-coming-home/94/ Get ready San Diego, the Padres are coming home, and downtown San Diego is transformed into a different atmosphere. Streets are packed with sports fans from flocks of families to partying Padre fans in the Gaslamp District and local East Village pubs. There is a general comradery and pride that is shared with all… Read More

2008 Capital Improvements Program’s Plans and Budget

2008 Capital Improvements Program’s Plans and Budget

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/2008-capital-improvements-programs-plans-and-budget/91/ The Capital Improvements Program (CIP) budget sustains construction projects, such as the ‘development of park land, the construction of sewer pump plants, the acquisition of land for City use, the installation of traffic signals or street lighting systems, and the construction and remodeling of City facilities. These funds are derived from various sources, including… Read More

Downtown Events for March 2008

Downtown Events for March 2008

uncategorized/downtown-events-for-march-2008/90/ Downtown San Diego Events for March 2008 Outdoors • Farmers Market: Third Avenue/San Diego-9:00am to 1:00pm Downtown San Diego @ 3rd Ave and J St Music Venues/Shows • HOB monthly Schedule • 4th & B monthly schedule ( • The Casbah (rock, experimental, garage, soul) ( • Folsom @ Hard Rock Hotel •… Read More

Elevator Awkwardness

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/elevator-awkwardness/86/ Why is it that when we are in an elevator that we clam up and try to avoid the person standing within inches of us? Don’t we realize that we could be missing out on meeting our future: attorney, tax preparer, surf instructor, hook up to the hottest club in town, neighbor or person… Read More

Why use us???

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/why-use-us/87/ In this modern age of technology and having access to pretty much everything from the internet it would make sense that you could do everything yourself, right? Let’s just see… when we talk about purchasing things, it is usually reserved for higher priced items that take some weighing and considering. As in a top… Read More

Housing for Homeless

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/housing-for-homeless/89/ Todays article in the Union Tribune discusses the building of supportive housing for homeless persons. Cedar Gateway at 6th aand Cedar will have 23 of these units to be completed by 2010 at a cost of $7.2 Million. Father Joe’s Village at 15th and Commercial will have 65 units at a cost of $6.5… Read More

Volunteers Needed for San Diego Art Walk

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/volunteers-needed-for-san-diego-art-walk/88/ Here at 92101 Urban Living, all of us support and love our local community. The San Diego Art Walk is coming back to downtown’s Little Italy April 26th and 27th from 12pm-6pm, and they are in need of volunteers. This event brings in thousands every year in support of San Diego’s artists, performers and… Read More

Cost of Living, Money, Oil etc…

uncategorized/cost-of-living-money-oil-etc/80/ An article in todays Union Tribune discusses Chairman Bernanke’s signal to Congress that there will be another rate cut. Making money even less expensive. That is good news for homebuying,i.e. getting a loan. With the conforming limits having been raised and the cost of money being cut, it makes it attainable to get a… Read More