San Diego‘s downtown is booming. Over the past few decades the lion’s share of the city’s growth has taken place out in the suburbs, while downtown San Diego remained a business district. But in the past few years that has begun to change, as San Diegans have flocked to their downtown in order to be closer to work and the new urban amenities popping up in trendy neighborhoods like the Gaslamp Quarter, Little Italy and the East Village.
Now, downtown San Diego’s current population of 30,000 is expected to triple over the next three decades to over 90,000 residents–and these 60,000 new residents will need new places to live, to work and to play, bringing with them a rapid revitalization sure to reshape the San Diego skyline and make downtown a denser, more livable and more vibrant urban environment.
Check out the inforaphic below that illustrates the change of San Diego’s Skyline in details.
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