Beaches, beautiful weather, enough outdoor activities to last a lifetime, what doesn’t San Diego have to offer? The city of San Diego leaves little left to want for both residents and visitors alike, which explains the newfound trend to move to new, upcoming areas throughout the city. A few of the newest, hottest places to live in the city include Liberty Station, Bankers Hill, and Clairemont.
The arts, restaurants, beer gardens, and wine tasting venues are only a few of the local attractions that draw people to Liberty Station. The ambiance is undeniable; breathtaking parks, views of the bay, and the culture all add to the appeal of this slice of San Diego.
Bankers Hill is nestled near Balboa Park, and is known for stunning views and impressive architectural designs. This piece of the city has both historical appeal and an urban twist that draws in a variety of age ranges.
Where can you find desirable views of Mission Bay and the Pacific all in one fell swoop? Clairemont, San Diego. The city is located on the higher planes of San Clemente Canyon and Tecolote Canyon, which has attracted families and a younger crowd alike. Clairemont has also received upgrades to one of it’s larger features The Balboa Mesa Shopping Center, in the way of $14 million, which will surely be a huge draw to the area.
The city of San Diego has no shortage of hot new neighborhoods that will entice people to make a move. For more information on these neighborhoods, and many more, visit http://www.sandiegomagazine.com/San-Diego-Magazine/March-2016/San-Diegos-Next-Hot-Neighborhoods/.