Are you looking for University Heights Property Management? Red House San Diego is proud to provide property management services for owners in University Heights ranging from marketing your property to maintaining it once it has been filled. Using the most up to date technology Red House promises the fastest turnaround and the highest customer satisfaction for both owners and tenants. Red House can also help you if you are looking for a place to live in University Heights. To learn more about the Neighborhood of University Heights, or to learn how it got its name, read on.
Although not to far from San Diego State University, University Heights Neighborhood doesn’t actually get its name from this institution. University Heights was actually named for a College that never came to fruition. Although the subdivision which was drawn in 1888 had been intended for a college, it instead became a Neighborhood. Today’s University Heights bares other markers of its rich past. Some are hard not to notice such as the prominence of ostrich images. This is because the Northwest corner of the neighborhood was once a farm for the large flightless birds.
Today the area is home to some of the nicest homes in University Heights. The beautiful residences were built to capture the panoramic views of Downtown San Diego to the south and Mission Valley and bays to the north. Interestingly University Heights is a neighborhood with quite a bit of diversity in housing. Million dollar homes with views mixed with smaller much more affordable apartments resonate the pleasant blending of lifestyles here. Many choose to work in Downtown San Diego’s business district but commuting is also popular. With easy access to the 163 Freeway and Interstate 8, it is easy to access most parts of San Diego County from this location.
University Heights is also a great place from which to access the attractions of Downtown San Diego. From baseball games to concerts downtown San Diego is full of excitement. Closer to home are surrounding uptown neighborhoods where you can visit Balboa Park, theaters, and shopping. If you’re looking for great places to eat then look no further than the Park Boulevard in University Heights! Here you’ll find an eclectic mix of eateries. For a classic San Diego Mexican food experience try El Zarape. Just don’t always count on finding seating in this tiny establishment.
If you’re more in the mood for an eclectic breakfast, stop in Monica’s at the Park. Where ever you decide to dine in University Heights be sure to fuel up for a good walk. One of the best ways to get around University Heights is on foot. You will find that a high number of the residents here walk or ride their bike to get around. One destination perfect for the warm days of summer is Old Trolley Barn Park. The park gets its name from the system of Street Cars which once connected Neighborhoods like University Heights to Downtown.
Surrounded by other great neighborhoods there is plenty to explore in and around University Heights. Besides providing University Heights Property Management, Red House also manages in the nearby neighborhoods of Hillcrest, Normal Heights, and Northpark. Openings in these neighborhoods can be checked on our listings page.
Contact Red House today for more information about University Heights Property Management!