POINT LOMA

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Point Loma Real Estate

The Point Loma peninsula is home to 63,000 residents who enjoy its location near the heart of the city and its spectacular skyline and ocean views. The Navy is one of the largest landholders on the Point.  Fort Rosecrans Military Reservation and National Cemetery run almost the length of the Peninsula. 

In the 90s, the Navy announced plans to close the Naval Training Center that occupied prime bayside land on the peninsula.  The City of San Diego took possession of the land in 2000 and immediately began creating a new urban village for San Diego called Liberty Station.  Liberty Station is a mixed-use project that will include homes, offices, shopping, cultural and arts facilities, a boat channel and hotels.  The project is well underway with the first residents moving in during 2003.  The Corky McMillan Company was chosen as the master developer of Liberty Station which will include three distinct neighborhoods, totaling 349 residences. Admiralty Row will include 80 single-family detached homes, Beacon Point will comprise 129 detached row homes, and Anchor Cove will include 140 town homes.  Paying tribute to the rich architectural history in the Loma Portal area, the detached neighborhoods of Admiralty Row and Beacon Point will boast an eclectic mix of Spanish, Mediterranean and Italian designs - the roots of San Diego's oldest architecture. Mimicking the streets of Coronado, garages will be accessed off alleys in these two neighborhoods and sidewalks will be cut in two-foot squares. Anchor Cove will showcase Mission Revival architecture reminiscent of early California mission buildings.

Neighborhoods on the peninsula include Loma Portal, Midway District, Ocean Beach, Point Loma Heights, Centraloma, Roseville, Fleetridge, Sunset Cliffs, College Area, Woods, Wooded Acres and La Playa.  Point Loma’s housing varies from condominiums and townhomes in the aforementioned Liberty Station, as well as Village Green and La Playa.  The Roseville subdivision, Loma Portal, and Point Loma Heights include single-family detached homes ranging in price up the millions for large custom homes with skyline, beach and bay views.

Point Loma Nazarine University is another fixture on Point Loma with a beautiful campus overlooking the Pacific. The campus includes several historical buildings including the Greek Amphitheatre, the first facility of its type built in the United States.