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ADAMS AVENUE BUSINESS ASSOCIATION INC

Cause Area

  • Arts & Culture
  • Children & Youth
  • Community

Location

4649 HAWLEY BLVDSAN DIEGO, CA 92116 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

The AABA is a nonprofit corporation that formed in the early 1980’s for the purpose of revitalizing and marketing the Adams Avenue business corridor. The AABA has worked to improve the neighborhood’s economic conditions through its own activities and in partnership with local businesses and property owners, private companies and public or government agencies. The AABA is overseen by a Board of Directors comprised exclusively from member business owners located within the Adams Avenue Business Improvement District boundaries. The mission of the Adams Avenue Business Association is to promote and increase commercial activity within the Business Improvement District.

Description

Adams Avenue runs through the craftsman communities of Normal Heights, Kensington, Antique Row and University Heights. Up until the 1950’s San Diego’s first trolleys serviced the neighborhood. The area’s renowned walkability allows residents and visitors alike the opportunity to take in historic landmarks and nature trails. Overlooking Mission Valley and easily accessible from both Adams Avenue exits on the I-805 and I-15, this business district combines the best of San Diego’s past with a thriving modern scene spread along a two and a half mile corridor.
Of course, what really makes the Adams Avenue neighborhood special are the people who live, work, and play in the community. Come and experience a small-town vibe in the heart of the country’s eighth largest city. Relax with friends at popular dining and drinking establishments, shop for one of a kind treasures, and come take in the sights and sounds during one of the world class community festivals.

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