Grantville

REAL ESTATE

Building in Grantville sold

The approximately 5,665-square-foot industrial building in Grantville at 4593 Mission Gorge Place, San Diego 92120, has been sold for $900,000.

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Visitor Information

Grantville is one of San Diego's, and the state's, oldest neighborhoods. The area was settled originally when the Spanish padres moved the Mission San Diego de Alcala up into Mission Valley away from the Presidio. The Mission was restored after long neglect in the 1930s and is now an active parish church as well as a well-known tourist attraction.  The Mission museum showcases relics and artifacts of the early California period.

The quiet community of about 4,000 was named Grantville in the 19th century so that it would appeal to Civil War veterans.  Located at the upper end of Mission Valley the area is pedestrian close to Qualcomm Stadium site of the Charger's games and other events. The neighborhood is also home to Kaiser Permanente Hospital and is the gateway to the Mission Trails Regional Park, the largest urban park in the country.

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Grantville Businesses

Kimball, Tirey & St. John LLP

7676 Hazard Center Dr., 900
San Diego, CA
  • Legal - Civil Litigation
  • Legal - Estate Planning & Probate
  • Legal - Landlord/Tenant

General Dynamics Information Technology

3430 Camino Del Rio North
San Diego, CA
  • Defense Contractors
  • Information Technology
  • Telecommunications
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Movie Theaters

7037 Friars Rd.
San Diego, CA, 92108
1640 Camino Del Rio North
San Diego, CA, 92108
7510 Hazard Center Dr. #100
San Diego, CA, 92108

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

Upcoming Events

Metaloci: Points of Transformation

Wed, Apr 23
Mission Valley Library
San Diego
"Metaloci: Points of Transformation" is an exhibition curated by the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies Program at the Mission Valley Library. Featured artists: Jenny Armer, Teresa Chen, Scott Genglebach, Daniele Fratarcangeli, Joshua Krause, Miguel Milló, Reinhart Selvik, and Charity Vincent. “Metaloci: Points of Transformation” is a group exhibit that investigates the elusive nature of transformation through the use of glass, metal, paint, photography, found-objects, and more. Each of the artists in the show has his own unique methodology for creating art, but the one common denominator among them all is an ability to transform ideas into tangible images and objects that embody a process of transformation.

Changes in Storm Water Requirements for Industrial/Commercial Facilities

Thu, Apr 24
8:00am 10:30am
Mission Valley Marriott
San Diego
Join us to learn about: An overview of the new CA Industrial General Permit; Agency perspectives on local implementation and enforcement; New local minimum BMP standards required for industrial and commercial facilities; Impacts to new industrial and commercial facility construction.

Metaloci: Points of Transformation

Thu, Apr 24
Mission Valley Library
San Diego
"Metaloci: Points of Transformation" is an exhibition curated by the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies Program at the Mission Valley Library. Featured artists: Jenny Armer, Teresa Chen, Scott Genglebach, Daniele Fratarcangeli, Joshua Krause, Miguel Milló, Reinhart Selvik, and Charity Vincent. “Metaloci: Points of Transformation” is a group exhibit that investigates the elusive nature of transformation through the use of glass, metal, paint, photography, found-objects, and more. Each of the artists in the show has his own unique methodology for creating art, but the one common denominator among them all is an ability to transform ideas into tangible images and objects that embody a process of transformation.

Metaloci: Points of Transformation

Fri, Apr 25
Mission Valley Library
San Diego
"Metaloci: Points of Transformation" is an exhibition curated by the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies Program at the Mission Valley Library. Featured artists: Jenny Armer, Teresa Chen, Scott Genglebach, Daniele Fratarcangeli, Joshua Krause, Miguel Milló, Reinhart Selvik, and Charity Vincent. “Metaloci: Points of Transformation” is a group exhibit that investigates the elusive nature of transformation through the use of glass, metal, paint, photography, found-objects, and more. Each of the artists in the show has his own unique methodology for creating art, but the one common denominator among them all is an ability to transform ideas into tangible images and objects that embody a process of transformation.

Metaloci: Points of Transformation

Sat, Apr 26
Mission Valley Library
San Diego
"Metaloci: Points of Transformation" is an exhibition curated by the San Diego Mesa College Museum Studies Program at the Mission Valley Library. Featured artists: Jenny Armer, Teresa Chen, Scott Genglebach, Daniele Fratarcangeli, Joshua Krause, Miguel Milló, Reinhart Selvik, and Charity Vincent. “Metaloci: Points of Transformation” is a group exhibit that investigates the elusive nature of transformation through the use of glass, metal, paint, photography, found-objects, and more. Each of the artists in the show has his own unique methodology for creating art, but the one common denominator among them all is an ability to transform ideas into tangible images and objects that embody a process of transformation.
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