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University Heights is a neighborhood in central San Diego adjacent to the Hillcrest and Normal Heights neighborhoods. Its central location means that Downtown, Balboa Park, Mission Valley, San Diego State University and the San Diego Airport are all within a few minutes. The name “University” dates back to the land boom of the 1880s and a plan to build a university in the area, which is now occupied by the San Diego Unified School District. The area is brimming with a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, artist’s studios and live entertainment, primarily on Park Boulevard and Adams Avenue. There are a variety of housing options including condominiums, apartments, cottages and million-dollar homes. A popular spot in University Heights is Trolley Barn Park, which hosts free concerts in the summer. University Heights is home to a diverse population who enjoy the area for its convenient location, strong sense of community, great restaurants, and its unique combination of history, architecture, art, music and theatre.
Listings for University Heights
$750,000 : 1201 Maryland Place, San Diego1 bed, 1 bath
$1,599,000 : 1414 Franciscan Way, San Diego4 beds, 4 baths
$479,000 : 2914 Meade Avenue, San Diego2 beds, 1 bath
$919,000 : 4931 Vista Place, San Diego3 beds, 3 baths
$799,000 : 4577 New York St., San Diego3 beds, 2 baths
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(all data current as of 9/22/2017)
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