Posts Categorized: Downtown Development

Job Opportunities Abound in Tourism, Bio Tech, Construction, Medical, Military & Education

Let’s face it, everyone wants to live, work and play in Americas’s Finest City. And why not? The United States Weather Bureau has described San Diego’s weather as being the most ideal in America. Plus, unlike many cities in the United States, there is an endless variety of activities to do 365 days a year… Read more »

Jobs: Opportunities Abound in Tourism, Bio Tech, Construction, Medical, Military & Education

Let’s face it, everyone wants to live, work and play in Americas’s Finest City. And why not? The United States Weather Bureau has described San Diego’s weather as being the most ideal in America. Plus, unlike many cities in the United States, there is an endless variety of activities to do 365 days a year… Read more »

Centre City Development Corporation is the Driving Force of the Dynamic Redevelopment in Downtown

The dynamic force behind the redevelopment of the downtown is the Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC). Visit their Web site CCDC.com for information about all of the new downtown residential, commercial and public development projects. Also visit sandiegodowntown.org for business relocation and other downtown insider news. During the past 33 years, approximately $1.45 billion in… Read more »

CCDC Downtown Bus Tours: Discover Whats New in Downtown San Diego on a Free Bus Tour

With over $3 billion of changes coming to Downtown, it’s getting more exciting than ever. The Center City Development Corporation offers Free Downtown bus tours offer close-up views of downtown’s unique neighborhoods and highlight recent and upcoming projects. All tours begin at the DIC (193 Horton Plaza). For reservations, call 619-235-2222. These tours occur every… Read more »

Island Prime Metro Steaks and Seafood: Excellent Cuisine with Fabulous Bay Views

Island Prime is actually two restaurants under one roof, the first is Island Prime serving steak and seafood, and the other is C Level Lounge featuring California cuisine. For spectacular bay and downtown San Diego skyline views, ask for tables 21 or 26. Chef Deborah Scott’s Island Prime features metro steaks and seafood in a… Read more »

Gaslamp Museum at the William Heath Davis House, the Oldest House in the Gaslamp

The Gaslamp Museum at the William Heath Davis House, built in 1850, is the oldest house in San Diego’s Historic Gaslamp Quarter. Because of the shortage of lumber in the area at the time, 8 to 10 pre-cut houses were purchased from a manufacturer in Portland, Maine and shipped to San Diego. After a long… Read more »