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The Marina District has a great convenient location and is one of the more established neighborhoods. While there isn’t much land to build on within the Marina District, the neighborhood will be seeing great growth around it in the near future. IQHQ’s Research and Development District, as well as The Campus at Horton, will be job catalysts and will add retail within a few blocks from most of the buildings in neighborhood. In addition to these large projects, Protea Development is working on a plan to redevelop Seaport Village that will completely change Downtown San Diego’s bayfront.
Some of the most luxurious high-rise buildings can be found in Marina District. There are 7 towers to choose from, all with very different “personalities”. The seven complexes in Marina District are Cityfront Terrace, Harbor Club, Horizons, Meridian, Park Place, Pinnacle, and Renaissance. There are also 11 midrise buildings to choose from, including Atria, Citywalk, Columbia Place, Marina Park and Watermark.
My favorite part about Marina District is the “neighborhood feel”. I feel like the neighborhood has a really nice sense of community. I may be biased, as I personally lived in the Marina District for about 6 years. I also worked at a local coffee shop from the age of 17 to 22, throughout the end of high school and college.