Zip Codes: 92108
Mission Valley currently serves as an important shopping and entertainment center for San Diego.
Why we love Mission Valley
Lots of Local Amenities
Great Schools & High Graduation Rates
High Income per Capita
Residents are close to the movies, Fashion Valley, and freeways.
Housing: affordable HOAs are what make Mission Valley hot. Civita, opened in November 2011 and is about one-third built and occupied, is the biggie here. It’s a 230-acre planned community with 4,780 total apartments and homes. The units lean luxury, and some of the homes start in the $600s and $800s. Having earned several architectural and green-construction awards already, Civita puts an emphasis on design, but also on community. For example, the West Park apartments employ a full-time lifestyle director to plan wine tastings, cooking classes, and more for residents. Coming this April is the 14-acre Civita Park, from Schmidt Design Group, the same landscape architects behind Waterfront Park. It’ll be the city’s second largest public park. Future plans for Civita include retail, an elementary school, and a free shuttle to the trolley and other destinations. Source
Home of the San Diego River, throughout the history of Mission Valley, the San Diego River has been a primary attraction, first as a source of fresh water and later as a scenic recreational asset. The Mission Valley planning area comprises approximately 2,418 net acres and is located near the geographic center of the City of San Diego.
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