San Diego-Mid-City


San Diego's first public market to open at Liberty Station

While public markets don't always succeed, restauranteur David Spatafore and The Corky McMillin Cos. are banking they will have the right formula for the Liberty Public Market in Point Loma.


Health changes spur mergers, alliances

Under pressure from the Affordable Care Act, hospitals and insurers have embarked on a wave of mergers, acquisitions and strategic alliances designed to help them remain more competitive, according to local health care industry leaders who participated in a roundtable discussion earlier this month at The Daily Transcript.


Transcript honored at Press Club awards

The Daily Transcript|San Diego Source took home 21 awards at the 41st annual San Diego Press Club Awards Tuesday evening, and Transcript Editor Joe Guerin received the Jim Reiman Award for Excellence in Media Management, one of five special achievement awards.


Sullivan Hill shareholder reappointed to USD Law School Board


USS Sampson, HSM-35 to depart on Western-Pacific deployment

San Diego-Mid-City news archive

Visitor Information

When the City of San Diego started to expand beyond the Old Town and the harbor area, it went first east into the area above Mission Valley.  California Craftsman bungalows and Spanish mission architecture homes were built along wide streets, many with views. Neighborhoods like Kensington and Talmadge were built during the 1920s as upscale neighborhoods.  Normal Heights grew up around the original site of California State University, San Diego and the College Area surrounds it current site.

The area is bounded by I-8 and SR-94 giving it good access to the downtown area as well as the eastern parts of the county.  Other neighborhoods include Gateway, Webster, Rolando, El Cerritos and Oak Park.  Each area is a distinctive mix of cultures and architecture. 

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