About East Village
East Village, a neighborhood in the rather large city of San Diego, California, is the largest district downtown district and home to an eclectic and culturally diverse community. Though previously known for warehouses, vacant lots, and bars, East Village is now more highly reputable for Petco Park and its growing residential status. With 130 blocks to its name, East Village, San Diego, is expanding in business and class. The San Diego Padre's new baseball stadium which opened in 2004, has brought in hundreds of visitors who have enjoyed East Village's bars, cafes, boutique shops, luxury hotels, live music venues, and high-end restaurants. Beside visitors, artists call East Village home with a large number of their studios, shops, and even homes dotted throughout the district. Local community events and frequent happenings on the streets keep East Village a busy place for exciting discovery and entertainment. The trendy, fashionable feel of this downtown district makes it a hit with unique, creative individuals looking for something slightly unusual and diverse.