Little Italy Condos have for the last two months had a total of 28 homes sold and is not too far behind the #1 East Village Condos that reached a total of 39 homes sold. A total of 132 homes were sold in Downtown San Diego during this time frame.
The most condos for sale in the Little Italy neighborhood went to Acqua Vista with a total of four homes sold. Breeza, Doma, La Vita and Village Walk all had three condo sales. Porto Sienna, 350 W Ash, Portico and Waterfront had two sales each while Titan, Portico and Moto had one sale each.
Little Italy is the Italian inspired neighbor friendly community where you say good morning to your neighbors and relax at one of the small coffee shops or bakeries. You will also find fine Italian dining along India Street which is the main street that goes from one side to the other of the borders of Little Italy. You have close and easy access to freeways, the waterfront, the Santa Fe Train Station, the Gaslamp, Petco Park and Seaport Village.
This neighborhood has over the last couple of years seen a growth on the residential side when it comes to lofts all the way to high-rises. There are many different options to consider when being a Downtown San Diego home buyer in this neighborhood. The infrastructure will continue to grow and flourish as an impact of the residential growth and this is one of the main reasons investing in Little Italy would be an option along with the urban feel of Downtown living in a small friendly neighborhood. ')}