District 4 - Southeastern San Diego: A Cultural Journey




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Published on Nov 20, 2014

Where Diversity Inspires

There's a lot of culture and diversity packed into the neighborhoods of southeastern San Diego. The area is home to many ethnic communities, including Latinos, African-Americans, Asians and Pacific Islanders.

Located between the 94 and the 805 freeways, Chollas View is an urban neighborhood named for the cholla cactus that once covered the landscape. Market Street is the main thoroughfare and where you'll find the Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation and Market Creek Plaza, home to a rich array of concerts and events at an outdoor amphitheater. While at Market Creek Plaza, make sure to check out the Sempra Children's Art Wall which runs along the back side of the amphitheater. A copper-inlaid tree spans the wall, decorated with hand-painted, tile leaves created by more a thousand children living in the area.

Find out more about San Diego's Nine Arts Districts, One Vibrant City: http://bit.ly/nineartsdistricts

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