Home to the National City Mile of Cars, Plaza Bonita and a three mile port used by the United States Navy, National City is the second oldest city in San Diego County with a rich history. Brick Row on Heritage Square was constructed by Frank Kimball in 1887 and is a historical landmark. These 10 Victorian homes are unique to the region. The Mile of Cars is widely considered as the first “auto mall” in the world, and the city has a diverse business community. The city’s high school, Sweetwater High, has produced many notable athletes, including former NFL defensive end Dan Saleaumua and three-time Olympic champion Gail Devers. National City was originally El Rancho del Rey, a ranch used by Spanish solders for grazing horses. After Mexican independence, it was renamed Rancho de la Nacion (Ranch of the Nation), hence the origin of its present name.
The Law Office of Donald R. Oder is conveniently located in Downtown San Diego at 600 West Broadway #700.