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Broadway Pier Cruise Ship Terminal

By Mike in April 2009|Downtown San Diego Urban Lifestyle with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/broadway-pier-cruise-ship-terminal/440/ Broadway Pier Cruise Ship Terminal, one of The Port of San Diegos largest public work projects is advertising for construction bids.The building will have a baggage claim area, a passenger waiting area, and a ticketing office. There will also be a station for customs and Homeland Security, a passenger disembarking area, and baggage handling.  Continue…

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The Housing Market Shows Signs of Life

By Mike in April 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate-market-analysis/the-housing-market-shows-signs-of-life/435/   Lured by increases in prices, as 92101 Urban Living talked about in an earlier blog, Slight increase in Median Home Prices, but also government incentives like interest rates and tax brakes, first time buyers are finally rushing in. Housing sales are increasing in some of the hardest markets. So, why is this happening?  Continue…

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Urban Trees 5 Exhibit in Downtown San Diego!

By Mike in April 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/urban-trees-5-exhibit/433/ The half mile stroll along San Diego Bays North Embarcadero in Downtown San Diego has once again been improved with 31 new uniquely designed sculptural trees in the Urban Trees Exhibit. This is the fifth year for this rotating exhibit, which is a part of the Port of San Diegos Public Art Program. Last  Continue…

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San Diego Padres Opening Day

By Mike in April 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/san-diego-padres-opening-day/429/ > Its game time at Petco Park, located in the Ballpark/East Village neighborhood. At 92101 Urban Living we’re excited about the new 2009 season start. As we type Downtown is buzzing with music, vendors, food and Padres fans. Come join the fun! The San Diego Padres open the season at home with a four  Continue…

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East Village Association Meeting Tonight – Get Involved!

By Mike in April 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/east-village-association-meeting-tonight-get-involved/419/ The East Village Association is a collection of East Village residents who share a common interest in the postive development of this budding neighborhood. It’s open to renters, home owners, business owners and the like who care to see and contribute to the growth of this area of Downtown San Diego. This group needs  Continue…

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East Village by Type of Sale

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|March 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/east-village-by-type-of-sale/415/ East Village had a lot of activity in February with a total of five Resales, seven REO sales and seven Developer sales. Leading the pack, Element and Metrome each had two Resales. M2i had the most REO sales with two. Icon had a large number of Developer sales with five due to incentivized pricing  Continue…

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Columbia District by Type of Sale

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|March 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/columbia-district-by-type-of-sale-2/411/ The February graphs are in! We’ll start last months analysis with the Columbia District. Sapphire Tower was the only complex that saw any Developer sales, with a total of one. Both the Grande North and South saw one Resale each. The Grande North was the only complex with an REO sale, totaling one. ‘)}  Continue…

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Featured Property: The Grande South #501

By Chad in March 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/featured-property-the-grande-south-501/408/ It is hard to forget something that just looks and feels right when you see it. The Grande South #501 offers that experience at a price point that puts you into more square footage at a reasonable price. The 1684 sq ft layout is far superior than most 2+den condos in downtown in that  Continue…

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Featured Property: #2006 at the Legend

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate|Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|March 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/featured-property-2006-at-the-legend/407/   From the moment that you enter the lobby of The Legend, you can feel the contemporary elegance of one of the most unique complexes in Downtown San Diego. Very rarely do I get the to present such an attractive listing price for a unit on the 20th floor with such open square footage  Continue…

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Slight Increase in Median Home Price

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|March 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/slight-increase-in-median-home-price/403/ San Diego saw a slight increase in median home price in February in addition to upward movement of other indicators which gave some hope for a stabilizing market. The Union Tribune’s article: Housing data has glint of stability, and the above chart delve further into the topic of stabilizing prices. ‘)}

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Wayward Whale Cruises San Diego Bay

By Mike in March 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/wayward-whale-cruises-san-diego-bay/401/ In the March 17 Union Tribune article: Gray whale still cruising around San Diego Bay we learn about our current gray whale visitor who seems to be off track on his first migration to Alaska. San Diegans have enjoyed looking out but have been warned to keep their distance. ‘)}

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FAQs About the State New-Home Buyer Tax Credit

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|March 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/faqs-about-the-state-new-home-buyer-tax-credit/395/ Taken from the CBIA Monday Morning Special Edition Report we found out the details on the State New-Home Buyer Tax Credit. Offering great benefits to first time buyers on newly constructed homes offers new potential for needed cash flow and this FAQ guide will show you how. FAQ’s About the State New-Home Buyer Tax  Continue…

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January ‘09 East Village by Type of Sale

By Mike in Downtown San Diego Real Estate Market Analysis|March 2009 with 0 Comments

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/january-09-east-village-by-type-of-sale/394/ Icon, M2i, Metrome, Park Boulevard West, Park Terrace and Union Square each had 1 Resale; Metrome, Park Boulevard East and Union Square each had one REO sale; Nexus, Metrome, Park Boulevard East, Samuel Fox Lofts and Union Square each had a Foreclosure Deed; and Icon had the most Developer Sales with 12. ‘)}

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