San Diego February Events Calendar

Added by Heather on Jan 31 3:04PM

2/5 – Free Youth Fishing Derby | Lake Poway, 14644 Poway Road, Poway | 6:00 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. | Ages 15 and under | Fishing Derby with prizes in each age division and barbecue lunch, award’s ceremony & raffle| More information 858-668-4772

2/6 – Fiesta Island Time Trial Series | East Mission Bay – Fiesta Island Roadway | 7:00 – 9:00 a.m. | Cycling competition for professional, recreational & young riders | More information 858-583-1190

2/10 – 2/13 – Centennial of Naval Aviation | Naval Air Station North Island & San Diego Bay | Parade of Flight over San Diego Bay begins at 1:00 p.m., February 12 | Refer to website for complete schedule of events | Celebration of 100th Anniversary of Naval Aviation and event will include an Open House, flyover & more than 200 vintage aircraft | More information 619-814-1365

2/10 – 2/20 – Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival | Various Theaters in San Diego County | Refer to website for times | Annual presentation of American and international feature films, documentaries and short subjects exploring the Jewish experience

2/10 – 2/21 – Circus Vargas | Balboa Park, President’s Way & Park Blvd | Refer to website for show times |Admission fees vary

2/12 – For the Love of Chocolate | Escondido, Grand Avenue (downtown) | 1:00- 5:00 p.m. | Admission to Sweet Street is FREE, $20/person for 10 beer or wine and chocolate pairing tastes | More information 760-745-8877

2/12 – 2/13 – Annual Chinese Center New Year Fair | Asian Historic Thematic District, 3rd Avenue (between Market & J Street) and J Street (between 3rd & 4th Avenue) | 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. | FREE | Celebrate the Year of the Rabbit

2/13 – Coronado Valentine’s Day 10k | Tidelands Park, Coronado | 7:15 a.m. Start

2/13 – Mermaid San Diego 5k, 10k & Half Marathon | South Tecolote Shores | 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | All women’s run along shoreline of East Mission Bay and roadway around Fiesta Island

2/16 – Ramona Artist Guild Artist Demonstration | Ramona Public Library, 1406 Montecito Road, Ramona | 7:00 p.m. | Helen Wilson is the guest artist | More information 760-738-2434

2/19 – Law Enforcement Torch Run & Polar Plunge | Oceanside Amphitheater, Oceanside | 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Raising money for Special Olympics | More information 619-283-6100

2/25 – 2/27 – Silver Bay Kennel Club Dog Show | Del Mar Fairgrounds, 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar | Friday 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Sunday 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. | FREE admission | No pets (only dogs participating in the show are allowed)

2/26 – Tall Ships Cannon Battles | Embarcadero San Diego Bay, 1492 North Harbor Drive, Downtown San Diego | 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. | Free view areas are from Broadway Pier, Embarcadero Park, Cabrillo National Monument & Coronado Landing | See website for admission fees to board a ship

2/26 – Annual Heritage Day Festival & Parade | Festival – Market Creek Plaza, parking lot at 342 Euclid Ave 92114, Parade starts at John F. Kennedy Park, 4801 Ocean View Blvd, San Diego | Festival 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Parade 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | Vendor Mall with crafts, food, music, Kid’s Zone, Health Zone, live entertainment & more

M2i | 1050 Island & 527 10th

Added by David Manes on Jan 31 2:57PM

M2i San Diego Condos…

… in Downtown San Diego’s East Village reflects the style and soul of its neighborhood to a “T” .  Occupying the block from Market to Island (M2i, get it?) and 10th to 11th, M2i Condos is just 3 blocks from Petco Park and in the middle of the restaurant scene  and nightlife that has become the hallmark of East Village living. 

Built in 2005 by Citymark, M2i is a 7 story, 230 unit “loft” building.  Inside you will find open loft spaces ranging from less than 800 square feet to over 1,300 sf.  Or a beautfully finished condominium with 2 bedrooms and a den.  In any case, you can expect high sweeping ceilings, exposed pipes and ductwork, beautiful stainless steel kitchens and lots of living space.

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M2i San Diego Condos – Best Features

Real Loft Living–Have you been in a San Diego residence with 11-14 foot ceilings?  At M2i, this is standard.  So are polished concrete floors, exposed pipes and ducts and large, open rooms.  The builder really created the space and feel of loft living in M2i. 

Living inside and outside your condo–Ok, so every building has a gym and a barbecue area.  At M2i common areas feels like an extension of your home.  The hallways are wide and have distinctive indirect lighting.  The gym is behind backlit glass panels.  The rooftop deck and barbecue is bright and sunny and feels like the downtown hotel decks. 

The East Village buzz–It’s location, location, location.  From breakfast at The Mission to a nightcap at Proper or Wine Steals, you’re just blocks away from endless food and drink options.  Petco Park is around the corner, but from Market Street you have an easy escape and don’t have to deal with Ballpark traffic. 

Groceries and other essentials–M2i is that building in East Village that has Starbucks on the main floor.  It’s also across the street from Albertsons downtown grocery store.  Access to public transportation is easy and convenient.  East Village has seen some really cool boutique hotels, including The Indigo, San Diego’s most “dog-friendly” hotel. 

The Next Big Thing–East Village is less than a decade old and there is so much more on the horizon.  The new Thomas Jefferson Law School will open this year.  San Diego’s long overdue Public Library is being built (pun intended).  A seventeen acre site is in the midst of permitting and financing for parks, education and additional residential and commercial development.  Do we dare hold our breath for the new Chargers Stadium? 

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Dave’s take on M2i–As a place to live, M2i is one of my favorites.  It’s in a superb location, walking distance to anything and everything you need.  But it’s also simple to leave, with great access to freeways and public transportation.  You’re not part of the closed down streets on Padres days.  It’s just a very convenient place to be.  Tall ceilings, concrete floors and modern kitchens create great living spaces.  In most M2i condos, this blank canvas is yours to finish to your taste.  There are some homes that have 1 or two bedroom condos, however. 

East Village has great diversity in the style of condominium available.  The Legend and The Mark are beautiful full service highrise condo towers. They are reasonable comps in terms of space, pricing  and the number of homes built and sold since opening in the past 5 years.  A few interesting observations of current listings

  • There are currently 5 Listings at M2i.  The average listing price is $531,200, average size is 1,232 sf, cost/sf is $428.  A 1,200 SF 2 BR averages approximately $410/mo HOA.
  • There are currently 12 listings at The Legend.  The average listing price is $563,058, average size is 988 sf, cost/sf is $428.  A 988 sf 2 BR averages approximately 826/mo. HOA.
  • The Mark currently has 5 listings.  The average listing price is $913,959., average size is 1,488 sf, cost/sf is $599.  A 1230 sf 2 BR averages approximately $725/mo. HOA.

This data does a lot to identify the M2i buyer.  It has been a great place for a first time homebuyer, or someone ready to emigrate from the suburbs.  There are very large, livable homes at M2i, with a comparatively low cost per square foot to purchase.  One of the real advantages though, is the HOA.  If you don’t need a swimming pool, and don’t require the services of a full time concierge, your monthly maintenance costs are reduced by hundreds of dollars.  

The best deals in M2i might require patience.  There are many homes being sold at significantly lower prices than they were originally purchased in 2005.  There are short sales and foreclosures taking place.  However, as you can see from the sold homes table above, homes are selling.  

Can you see yourself in a cool East Village loft?  Let’s have a  conversation about M2i. 



San Diego Ranked #1 City for Most Drunk Drivers in the U.S.

Added by Heather on Jan 30 5:36PM

When I saw this article, “Top Cities for Drunk Drivers,” posted on a friend’s Facebook page this morning, my first reaction was alarm. As a resident of San Diego and a mother who almost always has her 2-year-old son in the car, I find it alarming that San Diego ranks number ONE on the list of cities with the most drunk drivers! I of course, quickly clicked on the link to investigate the validity of the claim.

This article is from September 29, 2010, 4 months ago and was published on CBS’s The article is based on a new analysis presented by, which reports that it bases its conclusions by pulling 320,000 insurance applications from drivers in the 20 biggest cities in the United States, excluding Boston, and seeing which cities had the most applicants with driving-under-the-influence violations. Apparently San Diego has the most applicants with this violation.

Some of the theories for why San Diego ranks number one on the list, meaning it has the most drunk drivers of any city in the United States, include the proximity to major universities, the proximity to Temecula’s wine country, the specially-trained police officers and the number of DUI check-points conducted in the area.

According to the article, college students are among the most likely to drink and drive, so the fact that San Diego is home to San Diego State University, UCSD and University of San Diego, plus other community colleges, means that we do have a large college student population living in San Diego. But they are clearly not the only ones who drink and drive. San Diego has a large number of drivers on the road, many of whom rely on their own vehicle rather than public transportation, and San Diego has a large number of “drinkers,” so there are likely to be many times when these two meet. Party spots like Pacific Beach and Gaslamp definitely factor into this.

One of the most likely reasons that San Diego is number one on the list is because of San Diego’s tough enforcement of drunk driving. According to the article, in San Diego there are six police officers specially trained to detect drivers who are under the influence and they run 20 sobriety check points each year. Officers are trained to look for subtle signs of inebriated motorists, such as pausing too long at a stop sign. So, according to the article, if you drink and drive in San Diego your chance of getting caught is excellent.

Well, the fact that enforcement is strong does bring me some peace of mind, but not entirely. In recent months I have seen many accidents reported on our local news stations which have involved drunk drivers and innocent lives being taken. As drivers we need to be aware of other drivers on the road and if we see reckless driving or a vehicle that appears to have a drunk driver at the wheel, we need to report it to the authorities immediately and keep our distance from that vehicle. And we need to prevent our friends and family members from driving if they’ve had too much to drink.

San Diego has so many fantastic qualities and finds itself at the top of many “top” lists, but this is not something “America’s finest city” should be known for.

San Diego Real Estate Market Update Video

Added by Chad on Jan 28 4:43PM

Market Update for San Diego Real Estate

Discover the latest trends in Real Estate for San Diego in “The Scoop”, the San Diego Association of Realtor’s latest video.  There is good information, but best of all, if you have trouble sleeping, then watch this…you’ll doze off in no time!  I hate to say it, but it is so boring!!

Have you ever seen a more boring video?

New Waterfront Park in Downtown San Diego

Added by Chad on Jan 27 11:00AM

San Diego’s New Waterfront Park

After decades with talks of building a waterfront park on San Diego’s North Embarcadero Bayfront, the city just took the first necessarty steps to make the park a reality.  Located in the Little Italy and Columbia District Neighborhoods of Downtown San Diego, the proposed waterfront park will be at the site of the county Administration building bounded by Ash, Grape, Harbor and Pacific Highway.

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved $2.6 million to demo the  J. W. Askew Building located on the north side of the County Administration Center.  They also approved $1.2 million to complete landscape designs for the 12-acre park.

If all goes as planned, the park will be completed in late 2013 and the residents of Downtown San Diego and our larger tourist population will enjoy one of the finest parks in the country.  The new park will include a series of outdoor landscapes that will create spaces with natural flora and artwork that will set up well  for events such as weddings, sports events, picnics and will create a wonderful setting for all to enjoy San Diego’s pristine waterfront. 

The new park is expected to cost around $38m and will be financed with redevelopment funds from CCDC.  One of the unique features of the park is two water features that will extend approximately 600 feet long by 25 feet wide and will be 2-3 inches deep.  The idea is that this water feature will create a downtown beach area for lounging and basking in the warm sun.

Residents at Bayside Condos and Breeza condos will really benefit from this amazing public improvement.  The idea of a place to hang out and relax on the bayfront will be a great addition to the dowtown neighborhoods.  

Do you think this is a good use of redevelopment funds?

Electra | 700 West E Street

Added by David Manes on Jan 24 10:06AM

Electra Condos in San Diego…

…is that stunning glass and steel architectural icon that you notice on the San Diego skyline. Whether arriving downtown by car, train, plane or boat it is eye-catching.  Located at the corner of Broadway and Kettner, the 43 story Electra is San Diego’s tallest residential building.  Its foundation is literally within the historic SDG&E Building–and has become the most beautiful Community Area in all of Downtown San Diego Condominiums.

Called “The Conservatory,”  the historically renovated section of Electra Condos San Diego compliments the architect’s contemporary design in arrival and lobby.  Materials and finishes throughout are top-notch. 

From the stone and marble mosaic floors in the lobby, to solid core doors, hardwood floors and efficient Bosch appliances in their homes, residents at Electra San Diego (and their guests) are surrounded by quality.  This continues seamlessly to the beautiful amenities located on the 5th floor. 

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Electra San Diego Condos – Best Features

  • Views, views and views–Electra is San Diego’s tallest building.  With floor to ceiling windows in most rooms and balconies in every home connection to ocean and city views is quite spectacular.  The creation of the boulevard at Broadway and Harbor (as part of the North Embarcadero Visionary Plan) will create an expanded view corridor.
  • Interior Design and Finishes–Throughout the first decade of the 21st century, Bosa Development has added higher levels of design and quality to each of their 8 buildings.  Electra is simply stunning!  It is hard to believe that this can continue (and it does–see Bayside by Bosa).
  • Amenities and Lifestyle–There’s a buzz at Electra.  This is a distinctly young, fresh feeling building although its residents are of all ages.  Lots of dog owners and happy dogs live at Electra.  The swimming pool is crowded on sunny days and you see people at the gym.
  • Convenient location–Living in San Diego’s Columbia District, it’s easy to access freeways, Amtrak and public transportion.  You’re also less than a 10 minute cab ride from checking into your flight at Lindbergh Field or best of all, relaxing in your living room with a wineglass moments after getting off your flight.
  • Expansion of the Waterfront–The future is really bright for San Diego’s Columbia District.  New hotels, shopping and restaurants are a part of the plans for Lane Field and The North Embarcadero Visionary Plan.  With art, culture and parks already in the neighborhood, The Waterfront is going to get better and better.
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Dave’s take on Electra–Check out sold homes in the table above.  There have been 21 sales at Electra in the past 12 months!  In these blogs, we usually go back 18 months in order to provide enough data to clients for historical perspective.  At Electra there has been 39 sales in 18 months.  In a building that is only 2 and a half  years old, this is a lot of buying and selling activity.

The main driver in creating sales activity is price–or maybe more accurately value.  Prices for sold homes in this table are surprisingly low for those of us who had clients buying new in Electra.  It was the premier building in Downtown only 2 years ago.  Here’s what we can say for sure about Electra’s sales over the past 18 months:

  • The developer had a dozen or so homes to sell after closing the sales office in ’08.  The pricing on these kept dropping and dropping.  It has dragged down the value of resales in the past 18 months.
  • Many buyers made commitments on these homes in ’06 and ’07, as second or third homes.  Many of these have sold.  There is a surprising and disproportionate number of foreclosures and short sales in the building.
  • Bosa’s next building, Bayside, was built to a much higher standard.  Many Electra owners have chosen to sell and move up to Bayside.  They’ve done this at prices below their purchase.
  • 19 of the 21 sales have been below $750,000; 8 of the 14 current listings are under $750,000.

It’s a buyer’s market at Electra.  In the last 12 months the average home was 1,334 sf and sold for $440/sf.  Among current listings, check out #3404, a 34th floor 2 BR/2BA for $479,000, or #1703 a 1,370 sf 2 BR/2BA on the market for $599,000.  Just 2 years ago the seller paid $938,500!

It’s a great opportunity to buy in Electra right now.  The building is gorgeous and the lifestyle is perfect downtown San Diego living.  As agents, we can demonstrate how great pricing is and what great value there is in Electra Condos today.  In the end, it really is about the lifestyle.  Call us, ask for a property tour some weekend…

…Check out the pool on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon–isn’t Electra a fabulous place to live in Downtown San Diego?

Help Save Downtown San Diego’s Redevelopment Agency

Added by Chad on Jan 23 10:19PM

 If you’re not already aware, the Governor of California,  Jerry Brown, is proposing to disband redevelopment agencies and transfer their assets to local authorities. Doing away with Development Agencies in California would be a huge mistake. 

Closing down San Diego’s redevelopment agency, CCDC, would have devastating consequences for Downtown San Diego. The downtown redevelopment agency CCDC, is a cost-effective way to meet the ongoing needs of the downtown community. 

CCDC has successfully created jobs, turned blighted areas into thriving neighborhoods and has created hundreds of thousands of dollars of tax revenue. It has been shown that for every $1 million expended by redevelopment, $13 million gets invested by private developers.

If the Governors objective is reached,  Downtown San Diego’s expansion plans laid out in 2006 will not be implemented.  This includes parks, the North Embarcadero visionary plan, East Village Green and even fire stations.  Jerry Brown is looking to kill the growth of downtown San Diego and incremental tax revenue which has been the economic engine for San Diego.

 On Monday, January 24 at 6 PM, the City Council will be considering a resolution submitted by Councilman Kevin Faulconer asking the Governor not to proceed with his plan.  Please attend this important meeting and voice your opinion…it is imperative that we look after our wonderful city. 

If you cannot attend, but still would like to express your concerns to City Council, please visit Downtown San Diego Org and fill out the form notifying City Council that you are requesting their support for the resolution.

City Council Approves Horton Plaza Park

Added by Chad on Jan 22 2:37PM

The San Diego City Council just approved plans to construct a 37,000 square foot urban park at Horton Plaza.  The parks intention is to be a new gathering place for the community reminiscent of San Francisco’s Union Square and Portland Oregon’s Pioneer Courthouse Square, both of which draw thousands of people in for community events such as concerts and holiday celebrations. Westfield Shopping Centers has agreed to book 200 events per year for the next 25 years.

While a small plaza currently exists at the location, it is a homeless haven and is considered by some to be a blight on Downtown. The new park will require the demolition of the building which currently houses Sam Goody and Ambercrombie & Fitch.  Businesses within this building will be moved to other locations within the plaza.

Plans for the park should be approved by September 2012, with the building slated to be torn down March 2013, and a Grand Opening Celebration scheduled on December 21, 2013, a New Years Eve San Diego will be sure to remember.

Horizons | 555 Front St – 510 First Ave

Added by Chad on Jan 21 10:47AM

Horizons Condos Downtown San Diego…

…were built by Bosa Development and the first of the luxury condo buildings that would come to San Diego to start the boom of the early 2000′s. Completed in 2002, this luxury condominiumcomplex covers a full city block and consists of 211 condos rising 25 stories high. The twin towers encase a courtyard lush with tropical vegetation, rock formations and waterfalls that resemble a word-class resort.

Horizons condos are a well designed high density living project featuring high-rise apartment homes and townhomes. The mass quantity of floor to ceiling windows in Horizons makes for bright and open floorplans that accentuate the detailed luxury finishes. The architecture at Horizons is stunning and it is referred to by many as the most attractive building in San Diego from the exterior.

Horizon condos San Diego are located in a prime area of the marina district across the street from children’s park which is surrounded by fountains, palm trees and walking paths. Horizons San Diegoalso lies just one block from the Martin Luther King Walk, a fabulous linear park & promenade. The Gaslamp Quarter, The Marriott Marina, Seaport Village, Ralphs and Horton Plaza are all just minutes away by foot.

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Horizon San Diego Condos – Best Features

  • Location – Located on the Southern Edge of the Marina District with fabulous views of the San Diego Bay, Convention Center, Gaslamp, Petco Park and Coronado.
  • Large open floor plans with floor to ceiling windows that flood the homes with natural light. There are larger plans on the top 3 floors of the towers that make great penthouse homes.
  • Generous sized patios that are designed for entertaining friends and guest.
  • Circular drive that displays waterfalls and tropical plants that leads to an elegant lobby. The entrance

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David’s Take on Horizon Towers San Diego

Horizons condo association recently settled their litigation with the developer and they have already started repainting the building and working on correcting the other issues. By summertime, Horizons San Diego should be in tip top shape and the building and common areas should show well for any potential buyers.

Prices on units being sold in the $350,000 to $650,000 range have started to stabilized and the prices for units above that will still fluctuate for the time being. The inventory on low to mid priced luxury condos is disappearing fast and will help balance the home values in the not so distant future.

He who buys the most wins. What I mean to say is that the larger penthouse condos have a monthly maintenance fee of around $1000, but the smaller 1 bedroom plus den condos, which have less than half the square feet, still pay just over $900 per month for the same maintenance fees. Because of this, we believe the one bedroom plus den plans will continue to drop in value because it becomes a more expensive vacation home to maintain and buyers will look elsewhere.

Horizon San Diego is a luxury complex that offers all the amenities one could ask for. Fantastic place to live or vacation and enjoy the San Diego lifestyle. With parks, theaters, shopping, restaurants, nightly entertainment all within a short walking distance of this marvelous luxury condominium complex, what else could one ask for?

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The Grande | 1199 Pacific Highway – 1205 Pacific Highway

Added by Chad on Jan 19 5:51PM

The Grande Condos…

…proudly stand 39 stories tall on the Western Edge of Downtown San Diego’s Columbia District.  These two aqua azul glass towers are the only condo buildings in downtown San Diego with triple pane glass.  The glass is so thick, it gives the towers a remarkable color unmatched by any other buildings.  Bosa Development built The Grande in 2004 and 2005 and it is one of the finest buildings they constructed in Downtown San Diego

Owners of condos at The Grande will enjoy the future growth and development of what will become downtown San Diego’s most luxurious neighborhood.  The develpment of the North Embarcadero, the County administration center and Lane Field will transform the current asphalt landscape into a vibrant waterfront with thousands of trees, grass areas, water features, recreation zones, restaurants, shops, boutiques and more. 

 The Columbia District will undoubtedly offer one of the finest lifestyle neighborhoods in America.

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The Grande San Diego Condos – Best Features

  • Floor Plans - The Grande has some of the largest and most well thought out floor plans of all the Buildings that Bosa Development built in San Diego.  The E floorplan. located on the western side of both towers includes 1944 sq ft of living space and is a very liveable space.  Other floorplans include 1684 and 1625 sq ft & both include 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, plus den.  The smallest 2 bedroom condos at the Grande include 1335 sq ft.  The one bedroom unit features one and a half baths and an adequate 899 sq ft which works well for a vacation home.
  •  Value - The Grande is selling for much, much less per square foot than it’s neighbors Bayside or Electra.  There have been some amazingly low purchases in the past 18 months on remarkable homes.  The Grande is a luxury high rise building on what was once referred to as millionaire row…make no mistake, The Grande will relive its glory as one of San Diego’s finest residences. 
  • Views – The design of the Grande creates many floor to ceiling glass corners that make for some of the most dramatic views in all of San Diego.  The sunsets will bring romance into your life.
  • New Neighborhood – Right now, The Grande lacks a sense of neighborhood because there are no retail stores, shops or restaurants on the west side of the railroad tracks.  Fortunately, for now, Little Italy is a short walk, but the Columbia District will be a fabulous luxury district as we move into the future.
  • Amenities – Enjoy fabulous resort style amenities including a very large pool & jacuzzi with great sun exposure, cabanas, portable outdoor heaters, BBQ’s, sauna, steam, state of the art fitness center, club room, concierge and more.  It’s a good life…

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Chad’s take -  The Grande is one of the best value propositions in town for great luxury real estate at non-luxury prices.  I could compare it to other Bosa projects like Park Place or Electra, but it’s floor plans are larger and are selling for less.  The quality of the interior finishes at The Grande Condos is remarkably identical to these other buildings.  Buy more, but pay less in a similar location with similar views…makes perfect sense to me.

I highly recommend buying at the Grande for a home or second home.  Buy now and enjoy.  Decide to do something different later and the odds are you will make some money on your investment.   Bosa couldn’ t replicate this buiding and sell it for the prices you can buy for today.  The Grande San Diego should be selling for about $600 per sq ft today and $700-$900 per sq ft once we get into a healthier, but sustainalbe real estate market.

Now, with the council’s approval of the new waterfront park, the Grande will enjoy an improved location that will be simply amazing.

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