San Ysidro has come to be known as "The Gateway to the Americas" because of its location at the southernmost portion of California. Together with Tijuana, Mexico, it is considered the busiest border crossing city in the world. If you travel often to Mexico, then you may be considering moving to San Ysidro. The rental lofts at TenTen SY are close to all the essential places in San Ysidro as well as close to border for easy access. This luxury housing is in a private, gated community. Enjoy the best of San Ysidro/Tijuana in your centrally located executive suite.
This loft for rent also comes with premium cable, high speed internet (wired and wireless), local phone calls, central air and heat for optimum cooling, and televisions. The fully furnished community itself features a wealth of amenities on the corporate housing property. Take a dive in our sparking roof top pool and relax in the hot bubbly spa. You can also enjoy the steam room and sauna located on the roof top. Talk about total relaxation! Also on the roof top is a 24 hour gym with state of the art equipment.
Take our complimentary personal training classes with our certified trainer or enjoy one of the many fitness classes offered, such as pilates or yoga, on our helipad where you can enjoy amazing views of the city and skyline. The construction of Interstate 5 and Highway 805 during the 1970s and 80s gave San Ysidro the title of biggest port of entry worldwide. Here are a list of things to see in San Ysidro.
San Ysidro's Public Library
San Ysidro's public library was built in 1924 in Little Landers Park. It was constructed with a $7,000 donation by Frank Beyer. Your short term stay apartment is a short walk from the library. Mr. Beyer was a mining engineer, a partner in the Southern California Jockey Club and a philanthropist. The construction of the library was just one from his many contributions to San Ysidro. The library is currently one of San Diego's smallest branch libraries.
Joe Cuen came to San Ysidro from Tijuana, Mexico in 1933. Six years later, he opened the San Ysidro Feed Store with little money in his pocket. Ed Cuen (Joe Cuen's son) is now the owner of the store. Because of the construction of Highway 805, the Feed Store had to relocate and is now located on W. San Ysidro Boulevard.