South Bay is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and San Diego Bay to the West, the Foothills to the East, and the United States/Mexico border to the South. South Bay offers neighborhoods to suit every lifestyle. Chula Vista is the largest South Bay city, and also offers the most diversity. On the West, a revitalized bay front is in the works, and breweries and restaurants on Third Avenue are within walking distance to Craftsman, Spanish Style, Victorian, and Mid-century homes. While on the East, planned developments such as Eastlake, Otay Ranch, and Rolling Hills Ranch bring community and spacious homes to suit even a multi-generational family. Imperial Beach is the South Bay’s very own beach town with a small-town vibe and surf culture to prove it! National City is home to the shipyards and two Navy bases, making the South Bay an ideal place for many military families. In addition, investment opportunities are available in the South Bay, as there are many areas undergoing redevelopment.