This vibrant, thriving community welcomes more than 2 million visitors annually to soak up the sun and the sand while enjoying the lush surroundings and village appeal of Coronado.
With 15 hotels, including amongst them three world class resorts, 1,792 hotel rooms, and 71 highly acclaimed restaurants, this island community boasts 29,229 residents as well as a flourishing tourist population.
Coronado consists of five main areas:
Bayside & the Ferry Landing
Near the bridge on the Bayside is the luxurious Coronado Marriott Resort, Coronado Ferry Landing with its galleries, boutique shops and great restaurants with exceptional views, and historic Centennial Park.
Along Orange Avenue you will find historic Downtown, brimming with community life—a genuine “Main Street U.S.A.” Discover shopping; everything from surfboards to high-end jewelry and the latest fashions. You can find award-winning restaurants and sidewalk cafes, hotels and boutique inns, peaceful parks and the historic library.
Some of the world’s most desirable beaches can be found in Coronado. Dr. Beach ranked Coronado’s Central Beach as the #1 Beach in the United States in 2012. There are four main beaches — Central Beach, South Beach, Silver Strand State Beach and North Beach. These beaches connect into miles of sand and ocean.
Glorietta Bay is found where Orange Avenue ends and The Silver Stand begins. The San Diego Bay is on one side of Orange Avenue and South Beach on the other. Yachts with billowing sails dot Glorietta Bay, framed by Glorietta Bay Park with its gentle swimming beach, the San Diego-Coronado Bridge, Coronado Municipal Golf Course, Coronado Tennis Center, Coronado Yacht Club.
The Silver Strand is a peninsula that starts where Orange Avenue ends, extending south along State Route 75 past the award-winning Loews Coronado Bay Resort and Spa, Crown Cove Aquatics Center, the Navy’s Fiddlers Cove and Coronado Cays residential development. The paved pedestrian and bike path, part of the Bayshore Bikeway, stretches to the gorgeous state beach park and a nature sanctuary.
Housing Facts and Stats – Coronado, CA
|92118||Coronado||San Diego County||California|
|Median Estimated Home Value||$1.45M||$1.45M||$453K||$412K|
|Estimated Home Value 12-Month Change||11.8%||11.8%||6%||6.7%|
|Median List Price||$1.83M||$1.83M||$479K||$395K|
|List Price 1-Month Change||1.5%||1.5%||0.9%||2.6%|
|List Price 12-Month Change||28.1%||28.1%||6.5%||6.9%|
|Median Home Age||42||42||36||43|
|$ Value of all buildings for which permits were issued||–||–||$772M||$9.12B|
|% Change in permits for all buildings||–||–||27%||2%|
|% Change in $ value for all buildings||–||–||12%||18%|