Renaissance In San Diego
Current Condos and Lofts for sale at Renaissance In San Diego
The Renaissance complex represent the perfect trademark of Downtown San Diego living in the Marina District. Renaissance Condos, Penthouses, Homes for sale can be found in a 218 unit, 2 story, twin tower building which occupies a full city block bounded by Market and G, Front and First – the landmark of luxury living in the exclusive Marina District. The Twin towers provide diverse floor plan possibilities including condominiums, lofts, penthouses and town homes; with in-house amenities such as pools, exercise rooms and community facilities. Residents can easily access the benefits of the Marina District, the Gaslamp, and Horton Plaza. The complex is quality upscale construction completed in 2002. Homeowners and residents of Renaissance love the central location in the heart of everything Downtown. The units are well appointed for luxury living standards, and feature tons of windows and natural light. Residents appreciate the contemporary urban style and design of the complex.
Renaissance Quick Facts
- Contemporary and Urban 22 Story Twin Towers
- Floor Plans Include Lofts, Townhomes, and Penthouses
- One to Three Bedrooms ranging in size from 750-4475 sq. ft.
- Unit Prices: Low $400,000 to $2,000,000
- Monthly HOA Dues: $500-$800 depending on unit square footage
- Downtown Location near: the Gaslamp, Horton Plaza, Market Street shopping, Ralphs, and city core
- Interiors are spacious and well appointed
- High ceilings
- Granite countertops
- Premiere quality appliances and fixtures.
- Spectacular city and bay views depending on unit orientation.
- All units are equipped with pre-wired, fiber-optic connections.
- Recreational and fitness opportunities.
- The pool accommodates both leisure and lap swimming, and there is a complete spa and fully-equipped exercise room.
- Full time community attendants for each tower
- 24 hour security services
- Self-managed HOA with onsite community manager and staff
- Architecture and design of the Renaissance is Contemporary and Urban