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Luxury Condo at The Grande in the Columbia District

By urbanadmin in Downtown San Diego Real Estate|Downtown San Diego Urban Lifestyle|February 2015|Property Reviews with 0 Comments

Listed By: Diane Cumming, Coldwell Banker

Listed By: Diane Cumming, Coldwell Banker


1205 Pacific Hwy #2103



New on the market is a Luxury Condo at The Grande in the Columbia District, located in the North tower. This two bedroom two bath home in the sky is just under 1400 square feet and has panoramic views. Walking out towards the patio you are instantly blow away from the incredible water views and from the bedroom areas you have the sparkling city lights during the evening. Each room has custom finishes from wall coverings to the handles on the drawers in the closet. One room features a unique accent wall with a metallic finish highlighting the elegance of the unit. The layout is set up perfectly to accommodate a separate living and dining space. This unit boasts elegance and luxury from the moment you walk in the door, but is priced for luxury at $1,000,000-$1,100,000 with HOAs being $807 per month. This building is currently not in litigation so there are more flexible financing options.


The Grande features two identical luxury towers each with their own set of amenities and associations. The South tower completed construction in 2004 while the North tower was completed in 2005. This community features a large pool area, sauna, steam room, fitness center, concierge, and 24 hour security. The Grande is located near the new BOSA development project and other new developments which should further increase property values once construction is completed.


Coming home to the Columbia District which runs along the San Diego waterfront and borders Little Italy is a city within San Diego. This Downtown neighborhood is within walking distance to shopping, bars, restaurants, public transportation, and outdoor activities. This Luxury condo in the Columbia District is in the heart of new urban developments such as office buildings, expansion to the waterfront, rehabilitation to the Santa Fe Train Depot, and much more.