Demographics and Cost of Living
When making budget decisions, it's important to know that Central San Diego is more expensive than nearby areas, such as Midway District. On average a household in Central San Diego spends $56.8K/year in total expenditures, compared to Midway District's $35.9K/year.
The neighborhood of Midway District is somewhat different from Central San Diego in terms of median age and household size, although comparable by percentage of households with children. In Central San Diego the median age is 28, while in Midway District it's 18. The average household size for the neighborhood is 1.45 people, and it's 1.52 people in Midway District. Of households in Central San Diego and Midway District, 29% and 22% have children, respectively.
Is Central San Diego the right neighborhood for you? A look at how much your future neighbors are bringing in might shed some light. While those who live in nearby Midway District make an average of $37.0K, Central San Diego residents are raking in an average of $73.0K.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
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Enjoy drinks after work with coworkers and friends in Central San Diego at Patrick's Ii. The cuisine offerings in Central San Diego are as follows: beer and ale, barbecue, pizza, sandwiches and deli snacks. Bar hop from Casbah to Whiskey Girl, two local drink options, and enjoy refreshing beverages just the way you like them. Not to be overlooked when you're hungry, there are several chain restaurant options in the neighborhood, on top of that. Subway and Hooters are both located in the neighborhood.
Explore and evoke a sense of wonder at one of Central San Diego's museums, like Villa Montezuma Msm A.
Scan the Yelp page for a more in-depth account of popular places to eat, mix and mingle in Central San Diego.
Shopping and Conveniences
Central San Diego is home to a few different grocery stores, such as Markato Market and Daves Flower Box. These stores are located on El Cajon Blvd. Enjoy the aroma of Solunto Baking Corp's freshly baked goods and stop in for a taste on India St. Furthermore, Donut Star is also in the area, so your sweet-tooth stomach will always have options. Furthermore, the neighborhood is home to a few more universally familiar grocer chain stores, such as Lucky's Market and Vons.
With over five shopping malls and shopping centers, Central San Diego is a popular place for fashionistas. Additional shopping can be found at one of the area's department/factory-outlet stores. To give you an idea of the options, there's Vip Discount Store on University Ave. Brand-savvy shoppers will appreciate the nearby malls of Plaza On Fourth and Westfield Horton Plaza.
Schools and School Districts
Some of the schools near the apartments in Central San Diego are St. Augustine High School, Nativity Prep Academy and Chancellor William McGill School Of Success. As a rule, always consult with school districts in the area to confirm that they serve the apartments for rent you and your children may live.
The San Diego County Office Of Education district has six elementary schools, five middle schools and 10 high schools, and the ratio of students to teachers is more favorable than San Diego Unified. San Diego County Office Of Education district also has a smaller population of students than San Diego Unified. San Diego Unified district has more blue ribbons than San Diego County Office Of Education district and a higher Great Schools score.