Scattered throughout the East Village, downtown San Diego’s largest neighborhood, are numerous artists’ lofts, studios, galleries and shops.
The area is the home of the San Diego Padres’ new Ballpark which opend in spring 2004.
The state of the art, 46,000- capacity Ballpark, bounded by Seventh and Tenth Avenues, J Street and Park Boulevard,
is expected to transform the surrounding area in the upcoming years.
Park at the Park, located directly behind the outfield wall, is where fans can gather
on a grassy slope to picnic, play and watch baseball.
City planners have dreamed of a pedestrian friendly, tree lined link between Balboa Park
and San Diego Bay; the Park- to- Bay Link project aims to fulfill this dream.
the East Village along 12th Avenue, the Link is a a landscaped pedestrian promenade with new lighting, public art,
tree plantings and two new ADA- Compliant San Diego Trolley stations.