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Downtown San Diego, also referred to as Centre City, is the city center of San Diego, California, the eighth largest city in America. In 2010, the Centre City area itself had a population of more than 28,000. Downtown San Diego serves as the cultural, financial center and central business district of San Diego County.
Located in Central San Diego, Downtown San Diego boundaries are San Diego Bay to the west and southwest, Bankers Hill, Middletown, and Balboa Park to the north, Sherman Heights and Golden Hill to the east, and Barrio Logan and Logan Heights to the southeast. San Diego International Airport is just northwest of downtown.
Districts and neighborhoods located within Downtown San Diego:
Columbia, the west district of downtown.
Core District, the central business district of downtown.
Cortez Hill, the north-east district of downtown.
East Village, the east district of downtown, which is home to Petco Park and the surrounding Ballpark Village.
Gaslamp Quarter, a two by ten block night life district in central Downtown
Little Italy, the north-west district of downtown.
Marina, the south-west district of downtown, which is home to Seaport Village and Pantoja Park.
Horton District, the district comprising Horton Plaza and adjacent buildings in central downtown.
Seaport Village, a tourist district within the Marina District, which is not an official district or neighborhood.
The heart of the city with its kaleidoscope of amenities is growing in popularity as a residential haven. Elegant condominium high-rises and handsome townhomes join premier attractions like the historic Gas Lamp Quarter where turn-of-the-century restored Victorian architecture graces offices, restaurants, and boutiques. Downtown residents are minutes from Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres, as well as popular attractions like Seaport Village (site of forthcoming Seaport San Diego), the prestigious San Diego Marriott Hotel and Marina, and the San Diego Convention Center. Also nearby is Balboa Park’s kaleidoscope of recreational and cultural facilities. Newcomers find that downtown San Diego offers the ideal blend of convenience, comfort, and excitement.