Point Loma is probably one of the most family-oriented parts of San Diego as it completely filled with houses and small apartments from land-to-sea. Each investment property is highly sought after by buyers both locally and from out of town. You can find a decent apartment cost in the area, but housing is average to high cost since it is so close to the water. The safety of the region is relatively high, but they don’t have much of a nightlife. Most inhabitants will travel to Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, or Downtown to let loose, but the ocean breeze and beautiful homes make it an awesome place to live.
This is one of the smaller zip codes in San Diego. The 92106 zip code has a concise landmass of 5.6 sq. miles. The US census tracked the population in 2018 at roughly 19,134 individuals. The ridgeline at the top of Point Loma peninsula is the western boundary and primarily runs along Chatsworth Blvd., San Diego Bay and the canal that runs under Harbor Drive marks the eastern extent of the zip code. Silvergate Ave, Alma Way, and Warhead Rd. mark the southern street boundaries. Lytton Street and Sandcastle Lane can be considered the end of the neighborhoods which include Point Loma Nazarine, La Playa, Fisherman Point, Roseville-Fleet Ridge, Fisherman’s Landing, Liberty Station, San Diego Yacht Club, Shelter Island and Loma Portal. The 92106 zip code has fewer renters at 41%.