About Barrio Logan
Closed Prices: $300,000 to $580,000
Median Sale Price: $465,000
Association Fee Ranges: $0
Type: Single-Family Home
Age: 1925 to 2018
Sq. Ft.: 1925 to 2018 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 2 to 3 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 Bathrooms
Getting Around Barrio Logan
Around Barrio Logan
While the community is primarily made up of industrial, military, and commercial developments, it does have some residential areas. Some of the streets have older single family homes, although several recent modern condominium projects have been completed closer to the northern border near the San Diego Convention Center.
Barrio Logan is home to many choices in authentic Mexican cuisine, from upscale restaurants to food carts along the sidewalks. There are also plenty of pizza joints, cafes, and several boutique breweries for some great beer tasting. The Gaslamp District is within walking distance, making one of the liveliest restaurant scenes in all of San Diego in arm's reach.
When locals think of Barrio Logan, the word colorful comes to mind, as the neighborhood is famous for its murals depicting Chicano history and culture. Sights as diverse as battleships and mom-and-pop shops greet visitors to this neighborhood. Chicano Park is a famous attraction that is host to many events, picnics, and community outreach. The U.S. Navy has one of its largest bases in the country on the southern end, and plenty of men and women in uniform commute in and out of Barrio Logan each day.
Barrio Logan has a thriving, lively nightlife. There are street musicians and performers out to entertain locals and visitors alike. Grab a cocktail at one of the several bars along Main Street before grabbing a bite next door. The San Diego Convention Center is nearby and the Gaslamp District, Seaport Village, and downtown all have a wide array of choices for eateries, theaters, music, dancing, and clubbing.
A perfect Sunday could mean a walk along the bay to Harbor Island or Spanish Landing Park. Or it could mean heading to the local coffee shop for a cappuccino and the Sunday paper. Horton Plaza offers fantastic shopping for some retail therapy and Petco Park is within walking distance to catch a San Diego Padres game.
- Central location
- Culturally diverse
- Lively community
Locals Don't Love
- Industrial nature of the port district
- Naval base can cause traffic congestion
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