There were a decent amount of Downtown San Diego properties on caravan this morning. I chose to visit those in the East Village neighborhood of Downtown San Diego, since the majority of properties held open were in that vicinity. The East Village neighborhood has an extremely high walk score for most buildings. Living in the East Village, you will have your choice of restaurants, Petco Park for the ball games, nightlife spots, and smaller neighborhood shops. The area is growing… new residential buildings and businesses popping up throughout. And the East Village should have a new dog park by the end of summer. The following Downtown San Diego condo reviews are for some of the best complexes in the neighborhood: M2i, The Mark, and Alta.
M2i #424 – Loft style 1 bedroom condo on the 4th floor with high concrete ceilings, exposed piping, ceiling fans, wood floors in main living space, tile in bathroom, and concrete wall accents. Open and spacious floor plan. Enjoys floor to ceiling windows with views into the tropical landscaped courtyard. Private patio shares this view too. Listing and Picture courtesy of Prem Advani of Advani Realty.
Alta #1307 – Absolutely delightful! From the layout, décor, living spaces, and views. Sunny 2 bedroom on the southwest corner of the building, 13 floors up with a wall length of floor to ceiling windows emphasizing the panoramic views of the Coronado Bridge, Petco Park, ocean, bay, and city lights. Large 22×9 outdoor terrace extending the living space. Fantastic Chef Island provides all the food prep and cooking space you need to prepare home cooked meals or entertain. High ceilings, spacious with a nice flow from room to room. Listing and Picture courtesy of Jorge Verdugo of City Consulting Group.
#805 – Watch the Padres fireworks show from home. Floor to ceiling windows allow you to enjoy the city as your backdrop. Sunny south facing 1 bedroom condo with private patio. Relax and take in the ballpark and peak water views. This home feels larger than reads on paper. Luxurious accents throughout. Listing and Picture courtesy of Jorge Verdugo of City Consulting Group.
The Mark #2408 – Who needs season tickets when the best seats for the baseball game are in your living room? Live life souring above the Downtown skyline. Higher ceilings with floor to ceiling windows in almost every room. Gorgeous views stretch out to the ocean on the horizon. Ballpark, Marina, and Downtown city views are yours to enjoy all the time. I really liked the dark wood flooring in contrast with the sunny blue skies. South facing, 2 bedroom with private patio located on the 24th floor. Listing and Picture courtesy of Denny Oh of Pacific Sotheby’s.
#1506 – 1 bedroom condo located 15 stories up, flooded with natural light and sunshine. Experience 180 degree views from the Coronado Bridge to the tip of Point Loma. Floor to ceiling windows to experience city views and evening lights every day. 2 parking spaces + storage. Listing courtesy of Chad Dannecker of Harcourts Pacific Realty.
#708 – Located on the coveted south side of the building, this 1 bedroom condo offers modern upgrades throughout from custom flooring, window coverings with black out blinds, Kitchen island, nice appliances, and more. Private patio off the living area. Listing courtesy of Joe Marcotte of Downtown Condo Showroom. ')}