Updated: Mar 29, 2020
A Quick Guide to Neighborhoods, Amenities, and Real Estate in Pacific Beach.
Pacific Beach is a coastal community within San Diego's 92109 ZipCode that borders La Jolla to the north, Mission Beach to the south, and Bay Park to the east. While Pacific Beach is largely comprised of flatter topography, parts of North Pacific Beach climb Soledad Mountain and offer elevated views across Mission Bay and beyond to Downtown San Diego.
If you tell a local that you live in PB, they will quickly ask, "Which part?" The nuances of Pacific Beach's neighborhoods vary by density via zoning, walkability, and more. Below are a few widely understood areas.
North Pacific Beach
Many residents describe North PB as anything in the ZipCode that lays north of Garnet Avenue. Bonus Fact: There is a small portion of Northwest Pacific Beach that lays within the La Jolla School District. Another Bonus Fact: Pacific Beach has a number of great schools of its own.
If you struggle to choose between a bay day or a beach day, you'll love the Braemar District. There are a few coveted blocks east of Mission Boulevard and south of Grand Avenue that offer single family zoning, tree lined streets, and some of the best access to outdoor activities that PB has to offer.
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