Barrio Logan

REAL ESTATE

Barrio Logan zoning plan measures go down

Plans to zone Barrio Logan's land use that didn't sit well with the shipbuilding industry failed to win voter approval Tuesday night, as both Propositions B and C in the city of San Diego were shot down by voters.

DEFENSE

Barrio Logan zoning plan measures go down

In a major victory for San Diego’s shipbuilding industry, voters on Tuesday defeated a pair of measures aimed at building a buffer zone between the industrial shipyards and homes in nearby Barrio Logan.

GOVERNMENT

Props. B and C defeats may start trend

After six years of negotiations, a contentious round of San Diego City Council debates and a hard-fought referendum campaign, it's back to the drawing board for plans to bring some order to the haphazard residential, commercial and industrial zones in Barrio Logan and its adjacent shipyards.

GENERAL

New Barrio Logan landmark sign going up

REAL ESTATE

Rezoning won't keep Navy out of San Diego

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Visitor Information

The urban neighborhood of Barrio Logan comprises about 1,000 acres and is situated between downtown San Diego to the north, Interstate 5 to the east, San Diego Bay to the west, and National City to the south. About half of the Barrio Logan community planning area includes properties of the Unified Port of San Diego and Naval Base San Diego.

Naval Base San Diego, also called the 32nd Street Naval Station, is considered the largest U.S. Navy base on the West Coast and is the principal homeport of the Pacific Fleet.

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Business Information

Barrio Logan’s proximity to the San Diego Bay, large military presence, industrial business concentration, cultural heritage and burgeoning arts community means there are a number of stakeholders in this neighborhood, including: the U.S. Navy; the San Diego Port Tenants Association; the Port of San Diego Ship Repair Association; the Barrio Logan Association, which operates the Barrio Logan Maintenance Assessment District; the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce; the Environmental Health Coalition; the Chicano Park Steering Committee; the youth-focused nonprofit Barrio Station, and the Barrio Art Association.

Barrio Logan’s unusual mix of low- and mid-income residential properties interspersed with commercial, industrial and military operations has long been a source of controversy. The June 2014 primary included two propositions, Prop B and Prop C, that would allow for a new Barrio Logan Community Plan to address land use, urban design, public facilities, noise and historic preservation in the community.

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Barrio Logan Businesses

R.E. Staite Engineering, Inc.

2145 E. Belt St.
San Diego, CA
  • Concrete - Coatings & Services
  • Construction Contractors - Concrete
  • Contractors - Concrete
  • Dredging Services
  • Heavy Foundation
  • Marine Construction
  • Structural Concrete

SD Hot Limos and Party Bus

4300 Newton Ave., 52
San Diego, CA
  • Event - Planning / Production
  • Limousine Service
  • Tours
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Movie Theaters

Listings of movie theaters are not available for this community.

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Barrio Logan Videos

Mercado del Barrio to be completed in 2012

August 2012 -- Redevelopment continues in Barrio Logan with the construction of the Mercado del Barrio. Reporter Carlos Rico gets an update on the 6.8-acre mixed-use project that includes low-income housing, retail and commercial space, and public areas.

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