With views of the San Diego Bay, old-world restaurants, charming shops and parks, downtown San Diego’s Little Italy has a small town feel in an opportune urban setting. Named after the Italian American immigrants who settled and made a living from the fishing industry, Little Italy thrives today to provide its residents and visitors with plenty of attractions. Amici Park, a favorite for locals, provides a perfect place for enjoying the always-lovely San Diego weather. Many residential opportunities, such as modern high-rise condominiums with views of the bay, mid-level contemporary row-homes, restored Victorian Era buildings, and lofts prove the diverse mixture of opportunity and comfort. A waterfront park makes this bay-side neighborhood even more desirable. It is no wonder Little Italy is chosen as the host to over a dozen festivals and artistic endeavors year-round.
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