Rich traditions and amazing food have kept Little Italy true to its roots. Although small, this lively neighborhood is bustling with great restaurants, shops, and the jovial Italian spirit. 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.
- For Foodies
- Great people watching
- Tourist attraction
- Cultural enclave
- Young professionals
- Easy freeway access
- Walker’s Paradise
- Historical District
A mix of young professionals and families
Great food and good times. Culinary immersion in authentic Italian restaurants and markets, sprinkled with trendy new eateries.
What to Expect
A historically rich neighborhood with jovial Italian spirit.
What not to Expect
A quiet neighborhood or extensive green space.
Competitive. Low turnover rates and prices are on the rise.
You'll Fall in Love With
Italian cultural charm set in Downtown San Diego.