Welcome to San Diego Blog | October 21, 2010

San Diego Marina District Condos at Ground Level

 Walking through a couple of new Marina District Condos on Caravan this week reminded me that there are so many diverse options for Downtown San Diego real estate. We were in the San Diego Marina District, walking from Horton Plaza down G Street to view these homes at Citywalk. The word home is the real emphasis here. 

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Citywalk San Diego Condos

Citywalk was built in 2003, a four story midrise; low density and large open living spaces. These two bedroom homes are approaching 2,000 square feet, have great indoor living and entertaining areas and multiple cozy outdoor patios and balconies.

They are unique spaces among San Diego Condos, no feeling of cookie cutter floor plans and great to make your own in taste and decoration. Watermark, a block further down on G is another great option among Marina District Condos and definitely worth a look.

San Diego Marina District Lifestyle

But the real insight from being in these homes at Citywalk and Watermark was to enjoy the contrast of San Diego Marina District life on the first floor (or the top floor at the level of the leaves on the trees) with highrise living.

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It’s just an elevator ride further living in one of the neighborhood’s luxurious highrises, but this feels so much more in touch with Downtown Lifestyle.  In addition, low Homeowner Association Fees, big living spaces  and easy access to neighborhood activities are the real distinction.

San Diego Marina District | Great for Walking

The Brickyard for coffee or lunch is right outside your door. In fact, on Sunday mornings the The Brickyard’s live jazz performances permeate the neighborhood.  The Embarcadero and Seaport Village for a stroll, a meal or a drink are San Diego Marina District favorites.

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Consider a walk to the ferry— Coronado is just moments away–and the views are sensational!

There is not a lot of turnover in these buildings. Cost per square foot is among the lowest in all of downtown for this level of quality. One of the most desirable aspects is really low HOA fees. It’s phenomenal living as a primary residence or a San Diego getaway!

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Written by: dmanes

Categories: Buyers, Downtown San Diego, Marina District, Marina District Real Estate, Relocation, San Diego Real Estate

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