Guess what neighborhood in San Diego was ranked top 10 in the nation for best places to live?!

 

Little Italy in San Diego is #10 out of 25 cities ranked as the best neighborhood for young people to live

 

It’s not surprising that Little Italy is featured in the top 10 of best neighborhoods for young people to live in the U.S.  With so many great restaurants like the recently opened Ironside Fish& Oyster  (1654 India Street) and Top Chef winner Richard Blais’ Juniper & Ivy (2228 Kettner), there’s a lot more happening then just Italian.

Another great addition to the neighborhood that I mentioned in a previous post is the proposed Piazza that will be on W. Date Street between India and Columbia Street. Click here to see the plans http://www.littleitalysd.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Piazza-BOARD-9-11-13.pdf

The place to be on Saturday is the Little Italy Farmer’s market.   With over 150 booths lining the streets you’re find an array of farm fresh produce, artisan foods, flowers and specialty items.  The farmers market is open from 8:00am – 2:00p.m every Saturday

Want to know the average sales price is in Little Italy? See the full list of “The Best 25 Cities for Young People” at  www.LaraSD.com 

 

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