The Gaslamp Quarter is a 16 ½ block national historic district with very active sidewalks and street life. Within the Gaslamp Quarter you will find unique and diverse retail opportunities, the finest restaurants in San Diego, night clubs, five star hotels, residential units and office space.. While the Gaslamp Quarter is known for its dining and entertainment, there is also a growing residential community including new condominiums mixed with historical buildings, some of which have been converted into live/work lofts.
At the foot of the Gaslamp at 5th Avenue and Harbor, you will find the brilliantly lit Gaslamp Quarter sign and the civic gathering place Gaslamp Square Park. The Gaslamp Quarter is easily accessible by public transport including the bus and Trolley. The blocks in this neighborhood are 200 feet by 300 feet in length and the sidewalks are composed of brick pavers. There is ample parking in nearby parking lots and garages, while metered street parking spots are free on Sundays.
Gaslamp Quarter Association (GQA):
The Gaslamp Quarter Association is the Business Improvement District (BID) for the Gaslamp neighborhood. To learn more about the fun shopping, dining and dancing options available to you visit their website at http://www.gaslamp.org/. To learn more about how you can start a business in the Gaslamp Quarter please contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation:
To learn more about the rich and diverse history of the Gaslamp Quarter please view the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Foundation website at http://www.gaslampquarter.org/index.php, or visit the William Heath Davis House at 410 Island Avenue.
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