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Family and Unaccompanied Housing

San Diego Family and Unaccompanied Housing

The Navy Region Southwest (NRSW) housing program provides modern, comfortable housing units that reflect the Navy’s commitment to quality of life. A variety of on- and off-base housing is available to meet the specific needs of Sailors and their families.

Unaccompanied Housing

Unaccompanied (“Bachelor”) Housing includes both permanent party and visitors’ quarters facilities. Units are periodically updated to reflect the latest features. Naval Base San Diego has both government-owned and privatized bachelor quarters. It is home to the Navy’s first bachelor housing Public-Private Venture (PPV) project, which includes Palmer Hall and Pacific Beacon. Palmer Hall houses junior enlisted service members in a two-bedroom unit with kitchenette and common area. It is situated next to Pacific Beacon, a modern market-style apartment complex that features dual master suites with full kitchens and living rooms, computer lounges, a swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness centers and numerous resident activities. To learn more, visit www.pacificbeacon.com.

Naval Base Coronado

Naval Air Station
North Island 619-545-7545

Naval Base San Diego

Office 619-556-1077

Naval Base Point Loma

Harbor Drive Annex 619-524-1597

Main Base 619-553-7530

Naval Medical Center San Diego

Office 619-532-7920

Quarterdeck 619-532-6282

Family Housing

Lincoln Military Housing (LMH) manages the Public-Private Venture (PPV) housing in Navy Region Southwest. With more than 9,000 family housing units across 35-plus communities in the San Diego metropolitan area, Navy families have a wide variety of military housing options ranging from one-bedroom apartments to five-bedroom, single-family homes. Many LMH neighborhoods also offer community amenities and complimentary resident appreciation events throughout the year. Visit www.lincolnmilitary.com or www.navylifesw.com for more information.

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