Golden Hill is one of those places that you never knew existed until you randomly find it. Income properties with gorgeous views of downtown San Diego and hints of the beach appear in this very tiny, safe town. Only two restaurants really exist here, Turf Supper Club and Counterpoint, but you can find one of the best California burritos in the city at Humberto’s that always has a line out the door all hours of the day and night. If you’re looking for a slice of heaven, Golden Hill’s Luigi’s Pizzeria is known as one of the best in the city and is affordable to boot! Turf Supper Club’s tiny environment is also perfect if you can’t afford the Gaslamp Strip Club with delicious meat to cook on a communal grill and a fun, local bar. Some can find good deals in the region, but most are a bit pricier as it is just minutes away from Downtown.
Professional property management companies promote the medium-small size area of the zip code 92113 stretches about 5.3 sq. miles. Spanning from the Coronado Bridge & Bay in the west to the east end edges of Lincoln Park, Logan Heights in the north and Mt. Hope in the south. Four major highways, 5, 94, 805 and the 15 are inside the 92113 zip code. The population density in the area in 2018 was 58,717 people. The number of houses and condos equals 13,875 and renter-occupied apartments about 9,543. A large percentage of the residents were renters, about 73%. Areas of town include Grant Hill, Mt. Hope, Golden Hill, Logan Heights, Chollas View, and South Park.