Whether you like walks along the bay, exploring Little Italy, amazing views or taking the kids to the New Waterfront Park, Columbia District has it all!

Give me a call today at (619) 228-6790 or email me at Ryan@livingthesandiegolife.com for more information or to schedule a tour of the neighborhood!

2019 Activity

Average Sales Price: $1,586,270
Average Square Footage: 1,581
Average Price Per Sq Ft: $949.91
Properties Sold: 248

*Information obtained through SDMLS. All information believed to be accurate but not guaranteed.

Santa Fe Depot Train StationColumbia District is a neighborhood that is undergoing much change in the near future. It is currently mainly commercial, with huge growth potential. With the Lane Field hotel project underway, the North Embarcadero Visionary Plan in full swing, and of course the newest residential development just months away, investing in San Diego’s waterfront has never looked better!

There are currently 8 residential options to choose from in Columbia District. These options are all highrise condominium projects and with the exception of Treo, off a luxurious lifestyle with high end amenities and finishes. These towers include Bayside, Electra, The Grande North and South, Sapphire Tower, Pacific Gate, Savina and Treo. Columbia District is thought to house some of the most luxurious buildings and views. The future plans also look very bright for this neighborhood! Columbia District is walking distance the redevelopment planned for Seaport Village, as well as Manchester’s Pacific Gateway.

The Historic Santa Fe Depot Train Station is also an iconic part of the neighborhood and allows commuters to conveniently travel from Downtown San Diego to North County, Orange County, Los Angeles or beyond!

Columbia District is also a significant part of the North Embarcadero Visionary Plan and will benefit greatly from the improvements! Phase I started in August of 2014 and the plan in its entirety is estimated to run through 2016. For more all of the latest information on this project, see the Unified Port of San Diego’s website.

Columbia District Buildings