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Luxury Hi Rise to become Affordable housing

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/luxury-hi-rise-to-become-affordable-housing/17/ This was the story yesterday and today on the news. A few thoughts about this. It will still have the same appearance from the exterior, which is great! The interior will be built as apartment grade instead of condo specs. Meaning, it will not have laundry in the units and cabinets, counters, appliances etc…. Read More

You can’t spell community without you n i

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/you-cant-spell-community-without-you-n-i/18/ I thought of this the other day while driving. You can’t spell community without you n i. The letters y-o-u-n & i all make up the word community but I think the concept of community really comes down to you and I. I hear a lot of people talk about the change they want… Read More

Luxury Marina District 1 Bedroom

Luxury Marina District 1 Bedroom

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/luxury-marina-district-1-bedroom/14/ Ultimately, all my clients ask for me to tell them about quality urban homes with great prices attached. Well, there has been a great Price Improvement! This Renaissance urban home is a rarely available and spacious 1BR luxury urban home. Unit 1204 is one of the lowest priced in the complex. The unit features:… Read More

Build It and They Will Come??

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/build-it-and-they-will-come/12/ One of the biggest contributors to the price per square foot of a Downtown San Diego unit is infrastructure. It is always location, location, location. The specific neighborhood infrastructure like local restaurants, local retail, and entertainment are precisely the amenities that make up the energy and characteristics of the neighborhood. Downtown San Diegos East… Read More

The Alta-mate opportunity

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/the-alta-mate-opportunity/10/ We had the opportunity to walk a client into Alta the other day. I was absolutely impressed with the final product. Alta is a community that was designed with very hi-end appointments throughout the home i.e. wood flooring throughout the entry, kitchen and living areas and in some cases the bedroom as well. Normally,… Read More

California July 2007 Home Sales

downtown-san-diego-real-estate/california-july-2007-home-sales/9/ According to the article,( 35,185 new and resale homes were sold last month. It is down from the previous year and about half of what was being done in ‘04 but I think the fact is that 35,185 new and resale homes were sold last month. That is still a lot of activity for… Read More

Downtown Needs More Parks!

downtown-san-diego-urban-lifestyle/downtown-needs-more-parks/8/ We need more Parks in Downtown San Diego! I am a downtown San Diego resident, along with approximately 28,000 others, and love walking out my front door and being surrounded by a vast arrary of culinary delights, the constant motion of people, Padres games, shopping and nightlife. However, there are moments when I would… Read More