Linda Vista

REAL ESTATE

4 units in Linda Vista

The four residential units in Linda Vista at 6620-6626 Kelly St., San Diego 92111, have been sold for $720,000.

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Visitor Information

Linda Vista is taken from the Spanish for "beautiful view."  The University of San Diego sits atop one of the area's tallest hills and is often mistaken for the San Diego Mission.  This strategically located neighborhood of San Diego overlooks Mission Bay, the Pacific Ocean on the west, and Mission Valley on the south, with Tecolote Canyon on the northwest. It offers its residents city and ocean views.

Once an olive grove, Linda Vista came to life in just three months as part of a government project in 1940 to house aircraft workers.  Linda Vista was the direct result of the lobbying of Consolidated Aircraft Corporation and its CEO Rueben H. Fleet for more housing for the aircraft workers who were pouring into San Diego County to build the aircraft needed for the war. 

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Linda Vista Businesses

Lohse2

7250 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA
  • Architects
  • Construction Consultants
  • Construction Defects
  • Forensic Consultants
  • Personal Injury Consultants
  • Water Intrusion

Veterinary Behavior Expert

5610 Kearny Mesa Rd., Ste. A
San Diego, CA
  • Animal Behavior Expert
  • Forensic Consultants
  • Veterinary Medicine
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HomeDex: Linda Vista, Old Town, Mission Valley

The Daily Transcript, in collaboration with the North San Diego County Association of Realtors and Dr. Robert Brown, an economics professor at California State University San Marcos, provides this rotating daily section of housing information for ZIP codes throughout San Diego County. Today, the ZIP codes are: 92111 (Linda Vista), 92110 (Old Town), 92123 (Mission Valley) and 92108 (Mission Valley).

Movie Theaters

Listings of movie theaters are not available for this community.

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Upcoming Events

San Diego Mesa College Faculty Exhibition Fall 2014

Tue, Sep 2
7:00pm
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Our faculty exhibition features artwork in a variety of media created by our studio arts faculty. This exhibit offers glimpses onto the work produced by our instructors covering a myriad of topics. Our professors donít shy away from controversial topics: Christopher Ferreriaís alluring photographic mandalas of leather jackets are a meditation on social taboos and the dark sensuality of seduction. Sandra Wascher collages organic materials to weigh on the perceived benefits and harmful effects of hemp. Barbara Sextonís intriguing sexually charged images center on ideas of power and control, speaking to gender expressions and the coded communications that help define us. And, Lisa Huttonís delicate drawings reflect the manipulative language of real estate advertising and contrast it with images from the natural world that our urban spaces constantly encroach upon.

San Diego Mesa College Faculty Exhibition Fall 2014

Wed, Sep 3
7:00pm
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Our faculty exhibition features artwork in a variety of media created by our studio arts faculty. This exhibit offers glimpses onto the work produced by our instructors covering a myriad of topics. Our professors donít shy away from controversial topics: Christopher Ferreriaís alluring photographic mandalas of leather jackets are a meditation on social taboos and the dark sensuality of seduction. Sandra Wascher collages organic materials to weigh on the perceived benefits and harmful effects of hemp. Barbara Sextonís intriguing sexually charged images center on ideas of power and control, speaking to gender expressions and the coded communications that help define us. And, Lisa Huttonís delicate drawings reflect the manipulative language of real estate advertising and contrast it with images from the natural world that our urban spaces constantly encroach upon.

San Diego Mesa College Faculty Exhibition Fall 2014

Thu, Sep 4
7:00pm
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Our faculty exhibition features artwork in a variety of media created by our studio arts faculty. This exhibit offers glimpses onto the work produced by our instructors covering a myriad of topics. Our professors donít shy away from controversial topics: Christopher Ferreriaís alluring photographic mandalas of leather jackets are a meditation on social taboos and the dark sensuality of seduction. Sandra Wascher collages organic materials to weigh on the perceived benefits and harmful effects of hemp. Barbara Sextonís intriguing sexually charged images center on ideas of power and control, speaking to gender expressions and the coded communications that help define us. And, Lisa Huttonís delicate drawings reflect the manipulative language of real estate advertising and contrast it with images from the natural world that our urban spaces constantly encroach upon.

San Diego Mesa College Faculty Exhibition Fall 2014

Mon, Sep 8
7:00pm
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Our faculty exhibition features artwork in a variety of media created by our studio arts faculty. This exhibit offers glimpses onto the work produced by our instructors covering a myriad of topics. Our professors donít shy away from controversial topics: Christopher Ferreriaís alluring photographic mandalas of leather jackets are a meditation on social taboos and the dark sensuality of seduction. Sandra Wascher collages organic materials to weigh on the perceived benefits and harmful effects of hemp. Barbara Sextonís intriguing sexually charged images center on ideas of power and control, speaking to gender expressions and the coded communications that help define us. And, Lisa Huttonís delicate drawings reflect the manipulative language of real estate advertising and contrast it with images from the natural world that our urban spaces constantly encroach upon.

San Diego Mesa College Faculty Exhibition Fall 2014

Tue, Sep 9
7:00pm
San Diego Mesa College
San Diego
Our faculty exhibition features artwork in a variety of media created by our studio arts faculty. This exhibit offers glimpses onto the work produced by our instructors covering a myriad of topics. Our professors donít shy away from controversial topics: Christopher Ferreriaís alluring photographic mandalas of leather jackets are a meditation on social taboos and the dark sensuality of seduction. Sandra Wascher collages organic materials to weigh on the perceived benefits and harmful effects of hemp. Barbara Sextonís intriguing sexually charged images center on ideas of power and control, speaking to gender expressions and the coded communications that help define us. And, Lisa Huttonís delicate drawings reflect the manipulative language of real estate advertising and contrast it with images from the natural world that our urban spaces constantly encroach upon.
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