Also called the North Bay area, Midway District is located at the northern end of the Point Loma peninsula, northwest of Downtown San Diego and just west of Old Town. Bounded by the San Diego River and Interstate 8 to the north, Interstate 5 to the east, Laurel Street to the south, and Lytton Street and the bluffs above Kenyon Street to the west Midway District is about 800 acres of flatland.
Midway contains a few pockets of residential development, but is otherwise primarily commercial and industrial. Rosecrans Street, a main thoroughfare through Midway, follows the route of the historic La Playa Trail, the oldest European trail in the Western United States.
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