Gaslamp Condos For Sale
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Listing information last updated on 10/18/2019 2:45 PM.
The Gaslamp District Downtown San Diego
The Gaslamp District is a lively neighborhood of downtown San Diego and is the center for nightlife and entertainment. It is located west of East Village, east of the Columbia and Marina Districts, and south of Cortez Hill and Little Italy. The Gaslamp District was formerly known as “New Town” and its land was bought and developed by Alonzo Horton in the the 1950s. Horton built many bars, gambling halls, and saloons. The neighborhood went through a redevelopment phase in the 1980s and 1990s. Today, the Gaslamp District is full of art galleries, restaurants of different cuisines, boutiques, rooftops, and music venues. There are 94 historic buildings including the Davis-Horton home, the oldest residence in the district that is now a museum. Students who live in the Gaslamp District attend schools within the San Diego Unified School District. Schools include Washington Elementary School, and Roosevelt International Middle School. Students can also attend the private school, City Tree Christian School, or public charter school, The Museum School.