SAN DIEGO —This city’s downtown may be near the epicenter of the nation’s housing crisis, but you wouldn’t know it by the number of restaurants jostling for position in and around the historic Gaslamp Quarter. Much like in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas, a focused effort to revitalize San Diego’s downtown, combined with a six-year housing boom, brought a wave of new condominium growth around the 16-block ...
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