Townhome For Sale in Little Italy

Recently a spacious townhome for sale in Little Italy went pending and is going to be a great home for that lucky buyer. Unlike many downtown condos this townhome unit has a street level walk in and large outdoor patio space. For homeowners with pets this is ideal, as you just walk right out of… Read More

An On-Demand Shuttle for Downtown San Diego?

If the decision were up to the Downtown San Diego Partnership, the answer would be a resounding “Yes.” The businesses and residents who participate in the nonprofit have been asking for a downtown-only shuttle for years. One common qualm among Downtown San Diego residents is the challenge posed by parking and increasing traffic. If a… Read More

Makers Quarter to Revitalize the East Village Neighborhood of Downtown San Diego

Makers Quarter is a proposed hub for creativity and innovation in the East Village Neighborhood of Downtown San Diego.  The concept of Makers Quarter is to develop an area with resources and space for new ideas and creative ventures.   With the development of residential housing (both rental and resale), business space (both retail and… Read More

Where to Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day Weekend is right around the corner, and whether you want to stay near your Downtown San Diego loft or venture to other neighborhoods, San Diego has an event for you. Here are three of the top places to celebrate Memorial Day Weekend. 1. Andaz San Diego RoofTop600 will officially kickoff the summer pool… Read More

Cortez Hill Condo with Views

A great real estate buy in Downtown San Diego right now is a Cortez Hill condo with views of the Coronado Bridge, the mountains to the East, and of course America’s finest city. This corner unit, two bedroom two bath condo is located in an exclusive Cortez Hill building called Cortez Blu. The unit features neutral paint tones,… Read More

5 Must-Know Real Estate Terms

You’re ready to start your property search and purchase your first condo in Downtown San Diego. Before diving in head first, do a little light reading and educate yourself on common real estate terms. Having a basic understanding of industry jargon will make communication with your agent a two-way street and will bring a few… Read More

Condo vs Loft: What’s the Difference?

When leaving the suburbs for urban living, buyers sometimes confuse lofts and condos. To help during the search, here is a brief comparison of the two. Condos Condos, or condominiums, maintain nearly the same design as a single-family house with divided and dedicated rooms, like the living room, kitchen, and bedroom. Typically, condos are newly… Read More