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More about Hillcrest, California
Hillcrest is a neighborhood in the Uptown area of San Diego near Balboa Park.
Uptown (as opposed to nearby Downtown San Diego) traditionally consists of the neighborhoods of Mission Hills, Old Town, Hillcrest, Bankers Hill, Park West and University Heights west of Park Boulevard.
Hillcrest is an affluent, older San Diego neighborhood, mostly residential, featuring tree-lined streets and traditional homes. It lies between Mission Hills and Bankers Hill on a ridge overlooking San Diego Bay to the west and Mission Valley to the east.
Hillcrest is known for its tolerance, youthfulness, "alternative" culture, diversity of age and income, locally owned businesses, restaurants, stores and cafes. The neighborhood is walkable and pedestrian friendly, owing to its grid street pattern and denser developments, compared to the more common suburban style in newer developments outside the city core.
Regular events include a weekly farmers market, Book Fair, CityFest, Mardi Gras, and the annual Pride Parade for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, considered to be the largest civic event in the city of San Diego. The route of the annual Pride Parade goes from University Avenue to Sixth Avenue, ending at the west entrance to Balboa Park.
Hillcrest remains the residential and commercial hub of San Diego's gay and lesbian community. Prominent gay bars are mostly found within Hillcrest. The LGBT community center ("The Center") is located here as well.
The Hillcrest Association representing businesses, and the Uptown Planners representing residents interested in planning issues, work to make Hillcrest attractive for shoppers and residents. The Uptown Shopping Center located at University and Vermont is considered a national model for mixed-use residential and commercial development.
Hillcrest and Mission Hills are also home to Scripps Mercy Hospital and the UCSD Medical Center.
Nearby Balboa Park provides recreational and cultural opportunities to Hillcrest residents, as does its proximity to downtown with its bayfront promenade, convention center and nightlife in Gaslamp Quarter.
Initially, Hillcrest was a chaparral-covered mesa. Kumeyaay Indians inhabited numerous villages scattered throughout the San Diego region. Spanish colonization brought the first of twenty-nine California missions with the founding of the nearby San Diego Mission. Presidio Park in Mission Hills, and Old Town just down the hill, are a treasure trove of San Diego history.
In 1870, Mary Kearney obtained a deed from the city for the land that eventually became Hillcrest. In 1871 C. D. Arnold and D. Choate, two real estate developers, obtained that property. George Hill, a wealthy railroad tycoon, then purchased the land. Real estate development began in 1910 and the area was built out by 1920. During the 1920s and 1930s Hillcrest was considered a suburban shopping area for downtown San Diego.
In 1940 the "HILLCREST" lighted sign at the intersection of University and Fifth Avenue was first erected, then later restored in 1977 and rebuilt in 1987. After World War II, Hillcrest was left with an aging infrastructure and population, but by the 1970s gays and lesbians began to settle in Hillcrest and revitalize the community.
Hillcrest is known for its tolerance, diversity, and locally-owned businesses, including restaurants, cafés, bars, clubs, trendy thrift-stores, and other independent specialty stores. Due to Hillcrest's grid street pattern and relatively high population density, pedestrian activity is relatively high.
Hillcrest is the residential and commercial hub of San Diego's gay and lesbian community. Most gay bars in San Diego are located in Hillcrest and surrounding neighborhoods. The LGBT community center ("The Center") is also based in this neighborhood.
The Hillcrest Association, a business improvement organization, and Uptown Planners, an organization representing residents interested in planning issues, work to make Hillcrest attractive for shoppers and residents.
Hillcrest is an older neighborhood going through gentrification, which is mostly residential with a large amount of retail and features tree-lined streets, traditional homes, and apartments. The neighborhood is bound by Mission Hills to the northwest, Bankers Hill and Balboa Park to the south, and University Heights and North Park to the east. A large ridge overlooking San Diego Bay borders the neighborhood to the west.
Nearby Balboa Park provides recreational and cultural opportunities to Hillcrest residents, as does the neighborhood's proximity to Downtown San Diego. Hillcrest and Mission Hills are home to Scripps Mercy Hospital and the UCSD Medical Center.
Hillcrest is part of the Uptown community, which consists of the neighborhoods of Mission Hills, Hillcrest, Bankers Hill, Park West and University Heights west of Park Boulevard.
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