Old Town

REAL ESTATE

Building on San Diego in Old Town sold

The 7,767-square-foot office property in Old Town at 2188 San Diego Ave., San Diego 92110, has been sold for $775,000, cash.

GENERAL

Mormon Battalion Historic Site receives California Historian of the Year Commercial Award

The Mormon Battalion Historic Site of San Diego has been selected to receive the California Historian of the Year Commercial Award.

REAL ESTATE

Buildings on Old Town lot at Presidio sold

Two office buildings in Old Town at 2827 and 2837 Presidio Drive, San Diego 92110, have been sold for $1,315,000.

REAL ESTATE

Apartment on Congress in Old Town sold

Old Town news archive

Visitor Information

Old Town is the first site in California settled by Europeans. It was the center of San Diego until the 1860s, before downtown was developed. Old Town went into a century of decline until 1969, when the city’s bicentennial celebrations restored focus to the area. Now, the neighborhood is a popular destination for tourists, shoppers and diners. It also has about a dozen art galleries, nine hotels and several museums.

It comprises 230 acres and is bordered by Mission Hills to the east, Bankers Hill to the south, Interstate 5 to the west and Interstate 8 to the north. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park comprises five original adobes restored to how they would have looked in the 1800s, as well as shops, restaurants and museums.

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Business Information

Business in Old Town centers on tourism and the area’s historic heritage. The neighborhood has nine hotels, 32 restaurants and more than 100 specialty shops. Fiesta de Reyes is the main shopping complex, in Old Town Historic State Park. A blacksmith, newspaper office, stable, cigar and pipe store, schoolhouse and woodworking shop offer glimpses of early industry and life in the area.

Due to its historical Mexican flair, Old Town’s shops are one-of-a-kind, including Toby's Candle Shop, Captain Fitch’s Mercantile and Covered Wagon, which sells Indian jewelry and Western wear.

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Old Town Businesses

Donut Star

601 West Washington St.
San Diego, CA
  • Bakeries
  • Catering
  • Donut Shop

Marc-Aaron Realtor

3740 Fourth Ave.
San Diego, CA
  • Real Estate
  • Real Estate - Advisory & Consultation
  • Real Estate - Broker/Consultants
  • Real Estate - Investments
  • Real Estate - Residential
  • Real Estate - Services
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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).

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Spotlight on Old Town

Old Town is the first site in California settled by Europeans. It was the center of San Diego until the 1860s, before downtown was developed. Old Town went into a century of decline until 1969, when the city’s bicentennial celebrations restored focus to the area. Now, the neighborhood is a popular destination for tourists, shoppers and diners. It also has about a dozen art galleries, nine hotels and several museums.

It comprises 230 acres and is bordered by Mission Hills to the east, Bankers Hill to the south, Interstate 5 to the west and Interstate 8 to the north. Old Town San Diego State Historic Park comprises five original adobes restored to how they would have looked in the 1800s, as well as shops, restaurants and museums.

Movie Theaters

3965 5th Ave. #200
San Diego, CA, 92103

To find a movie theater outside this area, check the Source Movie Section.

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