San Diego County covers quite a range of land and water but the downtown San Diego area is much smaller several tight-knit communities and neighborhoods. Most of the downtown area is located on the west side of Interstate 5 and includes districts like Little Italy, the Gaslamp Quarter, Marina, and Cortez. San Diego is the eighth largest city in the US and the second in California. Set up against the Pacific Ocean and stretching down to the Mexican border, Downtown San Diego is in San Diego County. With our beautiful mild year-round climate and our deep water harbor, San Diego and become not only a destination but a lifestyle to the nearly 1.3 million residents in the area. History is vibrant and alive in our beautiful city and what was once the original town of San Diego is now the Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. In the 1860s, due to the fact that this part of downtown was not feasible for both construction and water activity, San Diego was moved more towards the Bay to accommodate the convenience of shipping. The downtown area itself includes several neighborhoods, mesas and canyons surrounded by dense urban communities, such as Hillcrest and North Park. Although tourism is a huge part of the economic factor in downtown San Diego, many locals thrive on the close proximity to the downtown markets, events, convention center, and of course the beach. Among the dozens of condominium complexes and buildings scattered throughout the downtown neighborhoods, the variety of price and style varies greatly. Several of these downtown San Diego condos are 235 Market, Acqua Vista, Aloft On Cortez Hill, Alta, City Walk, Harbor View Villa, Marina Park, Sapphire Tower, The Yuma Building and many more. Come experience all the downtown area has to offer when you choose a home, condominium, or loft in the heart of San Diego.