Are you looking for Little Italy Property Management? The houses and apartments in this charming little district of San Diego resonate with a charm that evokes the bustling streets of Italy with a flavor that is uniquely San Diegan. Red House property management wants you to fall in love with Little Italy just as much as we have. Red House provides Little Italy property management, advertising, leasing, and maintenance to residential owners. Here’s an introduction to help those looking for an apartment or single family home get acquainted with one of San Diego’s most history rich neighborhoods.
To get off on the right foot, start with a walking tour on Little Italy’s special pedestrian pathway. The path is designed to avoid major roadways, and it is a great place to become familiar with the Little Italy lifestyle. Those who choose to live in Little Italy are lucky to have easy access to a plethora of good old fashioned neighborhood shops. Every day to day service one may need is a pleasant walk away. Be sure to stop in the local’s favorite Assenti’s Pasta, and check out Amici Park. There may be no other place in San Diego where can you pick up hand-made pasta on your way to play Bocci Ball.
For a little history on little Italy visit Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Church that was built in the early 1920s amidst large numbers of immigrating Italians. Or check out the embarcadero to understand why families in Little Italy once strove to become the capital of the tuna industry. Little Italy’s history is so rich that several organizations including San Diego State University secured a grant from the National Park Service in order to preserve this special place! Whatever history you choose to take in, save your appetite. Modern day Little Italy is a Hub for good eats in San Diego.
Mona Lisa Spaghetteria is the place to go if you’re feeling the spirit of Italy. For lunch or a gelato treat you won’t be disappointed at Pappalecco. To mix a fun morning or afternoon with a great selection of locally grown produce try the farmers market. The Little Italy Farmers Market, or Mercato, is truly the place where LIttle Italy’s charm meets good old San Diego fun. The Farmer’s is held out doors on Date & India Streets every Saturday. Little Italy also hosts great street art events throughout the year!
Although only a short distance from downtown Little Italy is a world away in personality. Be sure to see other nearby areas that Red House San Diego provides management in such as Banker’s Hill, Downtown and Golden Hill. Little Italy is only a short distance from all that San Diego has to offer, from lazy beaches to exciting nightlife. At Red House Property Management we want to help you find your niche in San Diego.