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Downtown San Diego Apartments Near Public Transportation

By February 19, 2020San Diego, Work Life Balance
Downtown San Diego Public Transportation

Situated in the sought-after Marina District, Harborview Apartment Homes in downtown San Diego is a walker’s paradise, allowing for daily errands or dining out, with the heart of the Gaslamp District just a stroll away. The beautiful buildings dotting downtown’s Gaslamp Quarter are an urban hub with great shopping, entertainment, coffee shops, and outdoor dining.

There’s also nearby Seaport Village, considered the link between San Diego’s Bay and the downtown core with unique shops, casual eateries as well as fine, waterfront restaurants.

Seaport Village

San Diego Trolley

With easy access to the San Diego Trolley, you are just moments from popular attractions, major employers and more. Known as “The Trolley,” this quaint light rail system operates in the metropolitan area of San Diego. Hop on to City Center, a hub for financial and biotech industries, allowing for an unrivaled work-life balance.

San Diego Trolley

Train Station

The Pacific Surfliner’s Santa Fe Depot is less than one mile from Harborview Apartment Homes in the heart of downtown. The Pacific Surfliner serves stations in San Diego, Orange, Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo counties, with 13 round-trips between San Diego and Los Angeles.

Downtown, San Diego Train Station

San Diego International Airport

Less than 3 miles away from Harborview Apartment Homes, enjoy the convenience of living near one of the best airports in California. Travel is more efficient for business meetings, visiting family and new adventures, with quick and easy airport access. San Diego Airport serves more than 500 scheduled operations carrying about 50,000 passengers each day. While primarily serving domestic traffic, San Diego has nonstop international flights to Canada, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.

San Diego International Airport

Tour Harborview