Welcome to San Diego Blog | February 14, 2011
Breeza | 1431 Pacific Highway
Breeza Condos San Diego…
Breeza Condominiums is a 9 story building featuring 136 apartments and townhomes, with 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms. It is the northern anchor of Downtown San Diego’s “millionaire’s row” in the shadow of Bayside, The Grande, Sapphire Tower and Electra, all to its south.
Breeza San Diego Condos – Best Features
- New Construction with high end interior finishes— wide hallways and attractive lighting, high end kitchen and bathroom fixtures and finishes and flooring.
- Views and convenience to the Embarcadero–at the northernmost end of residential living, Breeza Condos Little Itlay has unobstructed views to the Star of India and other bayfront sites and activities.
- Large 10th floor rooftop deck–with beautiful furnishings, barbecues and outdoor kitchen. A great place to finish a day or host a party. The Breeza rooftop provides great city views and stunning sunsets.
- Courtyard pool and Amenities “building”–surrounded by the “townhouse building” and the primary address, Breeza provides superb amenities. The restored, historic building at its center is a unique location for the modern gym and community area.
- Access to parks and recreation–bicycling, jogging, pushing a baby carriage or dogwalking Breeza makes outdoor life simple. Never more than 9 stories and across the street from the Embarcadero to Downtown or Point Loma. It doesn’t get any better than this!
Breeza condos for sale & recently sold
Dave’s take on Breeza–It has been a real challenge for condos at Breeza after almost two years. Breeza was built by one of San Diego’s most successful development teams–Lennar/Intergulf (See La Vita and Treo). This project set a higher standard of finishes and amenities for the developer. Unfortunately, the housing market changed between the drawing board and the project’s completion.
Breeza has competed directly with Bayside, its next door neighbor to the south. Bayside is thought to be one of the best condominiums built in downtown San Diego. At introduction, Breeza was priced to sell alongside Bayside. Two years later Bayside is nearly sold out and Breeza has closed on approximately half its homes.
2011 is going to be Breeza’s year and buyers should have a look. Sales prices are way down, finally at a more realistic level. There is VERY little new home inventory in Downtown–Breeza and Smart Corner are almost two-thirds of the total available. The North Embarcadero redevelopment is going to begin.
Would it be your preference to buy something brand new as opposed to a quality resale? There are some great choices in the same area. I really think that between lower prices and Developer concessions Breeza is worth a look.
Let’s go check out the beautiful models and watch a sunset from the rooftop. Then, I’d like to know what you think. Look forward to going there with you.