Downtown San Diego
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San Diego is the eighth-largest city in the United States and second-largest in California. Of course, that designation takes into account the whole metro area, not just downtown.
Downtown is located on the Bay and has on average 146 sunny days and 117 partly cloudy days a year. Combine that with San Diego being packed with great things to see and do including top theme parks and attractions like the San Diego Zoo, Museums of Balboa Park the U.S.S. Midway Aircraft Carrier and you have the major tourist haven of the U.S. west coast.
The city is also known for having the Nation’s Second-Largest Millennial Population”.
Millennials have surpassed Baby Boomers as the nation’s largest living generation, according to population estimates released this month by the U.S. Census Bureau. Millennials, whom we define as those ages 18-34 in 2015, now number 75.4 million, surpassing the 74.9 million Baby Boomers (ages 51-69).Apr 25, 2016 Millennials overtake Baby Boomers as America’s largest generation …
The economy of San Diego is influenced by its deep-water port, which includes the only major submarine and shipbuilding yards on the West Coast.
Sport fishing is another popular tourist attraction; San Diego is home to Southern California’s biggest sport fishing fleet.
Times of San Diego is a free online newspaper covering news in the metropolitan area. The city is also home to KGTV – ABC 10 News, KFMB – CBS News 8, KSWB – FOX 5 news, and KNSD – NBC 7 News.
The culture of San Diego is influenced heavily by American and Mexican cultures due to its position as a border town, its large Hispanic population, and its history as part of Spanish America and Mexico. and the arts.
Forcepoint, previously known as Websense Inc. and Raytheon, is an Austin-based company owned by US defense contractor Raytheon, in a joint venture with private equity firm Vista Equity Partners, specializing in computer security software. San Diego has been called “America’s Craft Beer Capital.” San Diego has since become a center of the emerging biotech industry and is home to telecommunications giant Qualcomm.