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This Downtown San Diego Condo in Icon located in the East Village/Ballpark District is a contemporary and elegant Northwest corner 2 bedroom unit.
From the entrance of home #402, you are struck by both the contemporary and simplistic design style. Unlike many urban units, there is a small foyer entrance and hallway before entering the living areas. The corner windows provide a sense of space and natural light. From the living room, you have full views and perspective of the 10th Ave Corridor between J and K Streets. To the South is Petco Park and to the North is the Downtown San Diego city skyline.
The floors have been upgraded with large plank chocolate wood flooring, and the kitchen reflects the luxury appointments and fixtures we have come to expect from the Icon development. Two spacious bedrooms provide master and guests with a sense of ample and open room and both bedrooms have good sized storage space as well. Both bathrooms have been finished with marble flooring and feature the same chocolate cabinets found in the kitchen. You can step out on to the private patio space, and feel the energy of the East Village/Ballpark neighborhood.
One of the best features of Icon is location. In your front yard, you have the Ballpark, and the evolving 10th and J Street business corridors. In your backyard, the new San Diego Public Library is being built. Such great plans are developing for this section of the East Village/Ballpark neighborhood infrastructure and unit #402 sits right in the middle of it all.
Just a short stroll away is the water front, the Marina District, Seaport Village and the vibrant Gaslamp District with restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
Icon is comprised of four buildings of all concrete construction: building 1 is 26 stories, building 2 is 11 stories, building 3 is 9 stories and building 4 is 5 stories. The four buildings surround a perfectly landscaped interior courtyard that features original sculpture art and waterfall features. The interior courtyard gives the complex an intimate community feeling. Even though there are 327 units, you still feel well connected to your neighbors.
The building projects like Icon, Diamond Terrace, and Park Terrace were all just completed in 2007. The street level retail that goes in to those spaces will really define the infrastructure of the neighborhood. These completed and fully occupied spaces will greatly add to the value of the price per square foot of the Icon complex.
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