The Central Village is a creative, cultural, artistic melting-pot that will elevate your experience to the next level.

Photography courtesy of Alice Gao. Content for demo purposes only.

 

Our food

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our arts

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our business

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Growth and Change in the Old "East End"

 

Logan Heights, named for a Civil War general who, among other accomplishments, is credited with the creation of Memorial Day, was not settled by European-based peoples until about 1880. However, the land had been far from idle in previous years.2 At the mouth of Chollas Creek, on land now administered by the U.S. Navy, an active Diegueño Indian rancheria had existed for hundreds, perhaps thousands of years prior to initial European contact. CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING

 

 
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Sherman Heights, A community filled with culture.

 

Sherman Heights takes its name from its original developer Matthew Sherman, who purchased the land just east of Downtown San Diego in 1867. The Villa Montezuma, a large Victorian home built for musician and spiritualist Jesse Shepard in 1887, has been operated as a house museum, and is owned by the city of San Diego.

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About San Diego – Grant Hill Park

 

In order to take advantage of the view of the bay, the ocean and the hills of Mexico, Grant Jr. had “J” Street, which in earlier Mount Gilead subdivision ...

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One of San Diego's oldest neighborhoods

 

Memorial is one of San Diego's oldest neighborhoods, with development beginning around 1850, although few structures from that time remain intact.[1] The neighborhood holds a mix of residential, commercial, industrial, and recreational uses.

 

 

 
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Stockholm's favorite hostel goes high-end

 

Stockton is a neighborhood in San Diego, California bordered by Golden Hill to the North, Mountain View and Mt. Hope to the East, Grant Hill to the West, and Logan Heights to the South. I-15 forms the Eastern boundary.[1]

This area is named after. Robert Field Stockton (August 20, 1795 – October 7, 1866) was a United States Navy commodore, notable in the capture of California during the Mexican–American War. He was a naval innovator and an early advocate for a propeller-driven, steam-powered navy. Stockton was from a notable political family and also served as a U.S. Senator from New Jersey.

There was previously A Stockton Elementary now renamed King Chavez Elementary, Previously a White American neighborhood the demographics have changed to Mexican American and Afro American predominate after 1980.

 

 
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