If you’re new to San Diego, or you’re thinking about moving to the area, you may be wondering how on earth you will meet new people. With all of us so caught up in social media and our own busy lives, the old fashioned way of making new friends seems to have fallen by the wayside.
The beautiful seaside village of La Jolla is one of the most sought-after places to live in San Diego! Overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the village’s famed Prospect Street, often referred to as San Diego’s Rodeo Drive, is dotted with boutiques, antique shops, art galleries and distinctive restaurants.
Known for some of the best shopping and entertainment in San Diego, Mission Valley puts residents in the heart of scenic natural beauty, with the San Diego River and beaches just miles away. Where are the best places to live in Mission Valley? Here’s our list of top apartment communities in Mission Valley!
So you have a dog and want to know where you can get a bite with your fur baby? San Diego has some of the best dog-friendly restaurants in the U.S. With beaches, trails and plenty of parks, San Diego is one of the most dog-friendly big cities… ever!
Boasting the world’s best climate and home to celebrated universities and major employment centers in the financial, telecom, multimedia and biotech fields, San Diego is an international gateway surrounded by cutting-edge business. Moving to San Diego? Here are our favorite San Diego neighborhoods!
Even in car-obsessed Los Angeles, there are plenty of great neighborhoods where residents can walk comfortably from their homes or apartments to nearby shopping, grocery stores, restaurants, parks and entertainment.
Recognized as one of the top 15 research universities worldwide, UCSD fosters a culture that sparks discoveries and drives economic impact. If you’re either not interested in (or are over) dorm life while you attend UCSD, we’ve got a variety of off-campus housing options.