This month, East Village Condos lead the way for sold condos in the Downtown San Diego Real Estate market: a total of 22 homes sold during the month of February. Compared to January’s numbers, there was an increase of only four homes. These results show us once again that new home buyers and investors have a strong interest in the East Village neighborhood.
The Mark Condos sold were the most in the East Village…totaling 5. Out of these five sales 92101 Urban Living was fortunate enough to have represented three home buyers. Nexus, Alta and Smart Corner had a total of three Condos sold, and Union Square had one. Park Terrace, The Legend (92101 Urban Living represented this one), Park Blvd East, Icon, M2i and Metrome had one sale each.
There was a total of 76 Downtown San Diego Condos and Downtown San Diego Lofts sold between the seven neighborhoods in Downtown. Compared January’s numbers, the sale of Downtown San Diego condos has increased to a total of 20.
Little Italy Condos and Marina Condos both share second place with a total of 18 condos and Lofts sold between the two neighborhoods. Acqua Vista lead the way with a total of three homes sold in Little Italy. Breeza, Doma, La Vita, Porto Sienna and Village Walk all had two sales, while Waterfront, Titan, Portico and 350 W Ash had one each. For Marina, CityFront Terrace had five condo sales, Renaissance three and Atria had two. Meridian, 7 on Kettner, Crown Bay, Harbor Club, Horizons, Pacific Terrace, Park Place, Watermark and Pinnacle had one each.
The Columbia District had a total of 10 condos sold. The Treo condos represented three sales. Electra and The Grande North had two sales, while Bayside, Marina Park (92101 Urban Living represented this one) and The Grande South had one each.
Cortez Hill Condos had a total of 6 condos sales. Two sold condos at Aria, while Palermo, Solara Lofts, Symphony Towers and El Cortez had one each. Last, the Gaslamp had one condo for sale in Trellis. ')}