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Republic Moving and Storage Offers Professional City Heights Moving and Storage Solutions.

As City Heights’ premier mover, Republic Moving and Storage are seasoned experts on the City Heights area and everything that it has to offer. If you are looking to move, take advantage of our City Heights Moving and storage today. Republic offers a variety of City Heights moving and storage solutions as well as information on beautiful City Heights, CA.  For more information about our City Heights moving and storage solutions or this incredible city call one of our moving representatives today.


The City Heights neighborhood is divided into two areas: City Heights East and City Heights West. The neighborhood’s boundaries are defined by the Interstate 805 to the west, 54th Street to the east, El Cajon Boulevard to the north and Home Avenue, Euclid Avenue and Chollas Parkway to the southeast. City Height’s ‘downtown’ or ‘main drag’ is referred to as Fairmont and University Avenues. Because of the size of the neighborhood, City Heights is further divided into sixteen sub-neighborhoods including:


A ‘melting pot’, City Heights, San Diego is a large, dense and ethnically diverse neighborhood in San Diego.  City Heights has a large number of retail stores, restaurants and ethnic businesses throughout the neighborhood   As an older San Diego neighborhood, City Heights has recently undergone some redevelopments and growth. With new park developments and beautification projects, new trendy bars, art events, expanded schools, a new ‘urban village’ including a: library, gymnasium and new police headquarters— it is not surprising that the City Heights neighborhood was named one of the best places to live in San Diego in 2015 by San Diego Magazine. Because of the presence of the University Avenue transit corridor (the busiest in the metro region), City Heights has substantial bus service connecting to Downtown as well as to the Mission Valley trolley stops.

As an older neighborhood that is just starting to reinvent itself, City Heights is lacking the typical urban, Luxury high-rises. What they do have, is a plethora of cute cottages, mid-sized apartments and condos that have a lot of character, charm that instantly make you feel like you are home. Here are some of the best places to look and stay up-to-date on apartments to move to in City Heights, San Diego neighborhood.  When you do decide to move to the City Heights neighborhood, call on the City Heights Movers at Republic Moving and Storage to get you there.


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