This is part 6 of 6 in our “San Diego Neighborhood Spotlight Series.” Click here for part 1 on the Marina District, click here for part 2 on the East Village, here for part 3 on Little Italy San Diego, here for part 4 on the Columbia neighborhood, and here for part 5 on Cortez Hill San Diego.
When it comes to San Diego’s image on the national stage, there is no more polarizing figure than the Gaslamp Quarter sign shining brightly over 5th Ave. Tourists from across the world visit San Diego and head down to the historic Gaslamp Quarter to enjoy world-class restaurants, shopping, and entertainment.
Being central to everything that Downtown has to offer makes the Gaslamp a highly desirable place for visitors looking to purchase a home. While the majority or living options in the Gaslamp are hotels or rental buildings, the Gaslamp is also home to a few of Downtown’s moderate condo options.
Gaslamp City Square is located on the city block between J St/Island & 4th/5th Ave and is a low cost option for home buyers looking for studio, one, and two bedroom options. Trellis is located on K St and is a twin tower setup with low amenities but a great location. Built by the same developer as the East Village buildings Diamond Terrace and Park Terrace, Trellis features a few more “in-unit” upgrades, such as granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Closer to the Marina is the Crown Bay complex. Crown Bay is located on K st and 3rd and is another moderate building. The great part about these moderate amenity buildings is that the HOA fees in the Gaslamp are relatively low compared to other neighborhoods.
For more information about the condo options in Gaslamp San Diego, as well as the Downtown San Diego Real Estate market in general, feel free to contact us anytime. We look forward to helping you find your home. ')}