Talmadge

REAL ESTATE

Property in San Diego sold

The 10-unit residential property in Talmadge at 4989 El Cajon Blvd., San Diego 92115, has been sold for $638,000, cash.

REAL ESTATE

Apartment in Talmadge on Winona sold

The eight-unit apartment complex in Talmadge at 4450 Winona Ave., San Diego 92115, has been sold for $1,043,000, cash.

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Visitor Information

Talmadge is located on the eastern edge of the City of San Diego just south of Mission Valley.   The area takes it's name from the Talmadge sisters--Norma, Constance and Natalie.  All of the sisters were notable silent film stars.  Norma was married to John Shenick, president of United Artists Corporation.  Shenick and his brother-in-laws, working with real estate developers Roy and Guy Lichty, subdivided the Talmadge community in the 1920s.  Three streets of the sub-division were named for the famous sisters, and they attended the openings and other events.

The Talmadge Gates set the neighborhood apart.  Eight decorative forged-iron gates were installed in 1927. In 1998, Talmadge residents raised over $100,000 to restore the gates to their original glory.  Each one was removed in turn, sand-blasted, rewired and returned to its original design erasing years of neglect and vandalism.  They stand again proudly setting the tone for the neighborhood. 

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Upcoming Events

Jade Heart

Tue, Jul 22
Moxie Theatre
San Diego
JADE HEART tells the story of Jade McCullough, a woman abandoned as an infant in China and adopted to America by a single Caucasian mother. Moving backward and forward in time from Jade’s childhood until her mid-twenties, the play explores themes of identity, race, parent/child interdependency, and coming of age. This West Coast Premiere by playwright Will Cooper will be directed by MOXIE Artistic Director, Delicia Turner Sonnenberg.

Jade Heart

Wed, Jul 23
Moxie Theatre
San Diego
JADE HEART tells the story of Jade McCullough, a woman abandoned as an infant in China and adopted to America by a single Caucasian mother. Moving backward and forward in time from Jade’s childhood until her mid-twenties, the play explores themes of identity, race, parent/child interdependency, and coming of age. This West Coast Premiere by playwright Will Cooper will be directed by MOXIE Artistic Director, Delicia Turner Sonnenberg.

Jade Heart

Thu, Jul 24
Moxie Theatre
San Diego
JADE HEART tells the story of Jade McCullough, a woman abandoned as an infant in China and adopted to America by a single Caucasian mother. Moving backward and forward in time from Jade’s childhood until her mid-twenties, the play explores themes of identity, race, parent/child interdependency, and coming of age. This West Coast Premiere by playwright Will Cooper will be directed by MOXIE Artistic Director, Delicia Turner Sonnenberg.

Jade Heart

Fri, Jul 25
Moxie Theatre
San Diego
JADE HEART tells the story of Jade McCullough, a woman abandoned as an infant in China and adopted to America by a single Caucasian mother. Moving backward and forward in time from Jade’s childhood until her mid-twenties, the play explores themes of identity, race, parent/child interdependency, and coming of age. This West Coast Premiere by playwright Will Cooper will be directed by MOXIE Artistic Director, Delicia Turner Sonnenberg.

Jade Heart

Sat, Jul 26
Moxie Theatre
San Diego
JADE HEART tells the story of Jade McCullough, a woman abandoned as an infant in China and adopted to America by a single Caucasian mother. Moving backward and forward in time from Jade’s childhood until her mid-twenties, the play explores themes of identity, race, parent/child interdependency, and coming of age. This West Coast Premiere by playwright Will Cooper will be directed by MOXIE Artistic Director, Delicia Turner Sonnenberg.
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