179 condominiums, 256 parking spaces and 11,800 square feet of retail space. Alta residences feature window walls with lots of natural light, large private terraces, and rooftop decks, all enhancing the phenomenal views Alta offers. Downtown’s dynamic skyline is the home to residents here. Spectacular views both day and nightof the sparkling city lights and scenic beauty of the San Diego Bay. Refined interior finishes include hardwood floors, stone countertops, stainless steel appliances, designer selected fixtures and finishes, and lifestyle upgrades will allow you to personalize a home in the sky.
The East Village, also known as the Ballpark District, historically served as an industrial and warehouse center. However, it is now downtown San Diego’s largest neighborhood encompassing 325 acres, from 6th Street to 16th Street-over 100 city blocks. The greatest growth will be experienced here in years to come with thousands of homes and new office/retail space.
Petco Park, home field of the San Diego Padres, leads the long list of infrastructure development in the neighborhood. Construction is underway for the new Main Library-a 10-story, 400.000 square foot landmark. With a completion date of summer 2013, this newest development will provide civic pride and infrastructure value to the East Village Condos and Lofts. Throughout the East Village artist’s lofts, studios, galleries, restaurants and shops are scattered among residential units ranging from charming to contemporary. The vibe of this neighborhood is one of a trendy urban lifestyle that spills over in to its creations-present and future.
A 14-story high-rise located right next to the ballpark on the corners of 9th and K in the Ballpark District. Street level retail includes 7-11, Quizno’s subs, and subs/pizza restaurant “Basic.” In addition, it is right across the street from the brand new condo-office building Diamond View Tower which will house the new downtown corporate offices of Cox Communications.
Located on the corners of 15th and Market on the edge of the East Village. Surrounding landmarks include Market Village One and Market Village Two housing and the new luxury Albertsons.
Close to the Ballpark and the 12th Avenue Park-to-Bay link. It houses Landmark Ticket Broker and Studio Q Interior Designer. Highlights include: contemporary and unique loft floor plans, modern colors and designs, lots of glass and concrete in the style of the floor plans, and it’s a small community. It is not for the investor looking for traditional style floor plans.
103-units offering a choice of 24 floor plans in a mix of lofts, studios, and one and two bedroom arrangements. This complex sits atop a popular restaurant ‘LGs Prime Steakhouse’ and underground parking. Highlights include 15-foot ceilings, granite countertops, custom cabinetry, Berber carpeting, stacked washer and dryer, and quality appliances.