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Downtown San Diego Condo Guide
The Downtown San Diego Condo market is diverse, vibrant and dynamic. It is also new, as many of the condominium buildings in downtown San Diego were built in the past 15 years. Use this guide as reference if you are in the market to purchase or sell a condo in downtown San Diego. Public and private redevelopment projects plus the entrepreneurial business environment of the area make this one of the most dynamic and promising Real Estate markets in the nation.
The variety of condominiums in Downtown San Diego is very diverse and features residential mid rise and high rise buildings with condos, lofts, town homes and live work units. There are 6 distinct downtown San Diego neighborhoods offering a variety of downtown San Diego condos to fit the needs and taste of virtually everyone.
For those that love full service amenities like concierge services, fitness center, sauna & steam, etc, there is a nice selection of San Diego high rise luxury condos in the Columbia (Waterfront) District, Marina District and East Village District. Please visit our Downtown San Diego Luxury Condo guide for in depth information, ratings, reviews and more for all luxury downtown San Diego condos & lofts.
If amenities are not that important to you in downtown San Diego there is also a nice selection of condo and loft listings with lower HOA fees. Below you can search in depth information, photos and listings for sale for all condo buildings in downtown San Diego.
If you like to view general information for real estate in Downtown San Diego including neighborhood information, photos, walk scores and more please visit our guide to Downtown San Diego Real Estate fore a detailed guide and review for each downtown neighborhood and residential condo building in the city.
If you like to perform a custom search for condos & lofts for sale in downtown San Diego by neighborhood, property type, price range, HOA fee range and more please view our page dedicated to downtown San Diego condos for sale.
Waterfront (Columbia) District Guide
The Waterfront is home to some of the most expensive condos in downtown San Diego as most residential buildings in the district are luxury high rise condo buildings. The Waterfront is undergoing a great transformation thru private and public redevelopment projects that promise to make of this neighborhood one of the most beautiful waterfront communities in Southern California. Condo residents in this neighborhood also enjoy close proximity to Little Italy for a great variety of eateries, coffee shops and entertainment venues.
Waterfront District Condo Buildings
Marina District Guide
This neighborhood is the most established of downtown districts. It features a selection of mid rise & high rise buildings with a great variety of floor plans, features and amenities. Some of the oldest residential buildings (80′s and 90′s) are found in this neighborhood. Residents of condos in the Marina enjoy close proximity to shops and restaurants in the Gaslamp and a grocery store.
Marina District Condo Buildings
Little Italy District Guide
Little Italy is one of downtown San Diego most charming, cultural and trendiest neighborhoods featuring a great blend between old and new. Residents of condos in Little Italy enjoy access to some of downtown’s best restaurants, coffee shops and ice cream shops that are located here. San Diego’s best farmers market takes place in Little Italy every Saturday.
Little Italy District Condo Buildings
East Village District Guide
In the East Village neighborhood of downtown San Diego you’ll find Petco Park stadium and home to the San Diego Padres baseball team. Next to the stadium is one of downtown’s few parks that contributes much needed green space to the city. This neighborhood is the largest in terms of ground surface and still has many empty lots left for future development giving the East Village a unique potential. The East Village features a nice variety of restaurants and bars and condo residents here also enjoy close proximity to everything there is to do in the Gaslamp District.
East Village District Condo Buildings
Gaslamp District Guide
Downtown San Diego Gaslamp is the city nightlife and entertainment district featuring the most concentration of restaurants, bars and night clubs in the city along 4th and 5th Avenue. The Gaslamp is bordered by the East Village and Marina District. Condos in the Gaslamp are not that varied as there are just about a handful of residential condo buildings in the area.
Gaslamp District Condo Buildings
Cortez Hill District Guide
Cortez Hill is downtown San Diego quietest neighborhood as there are not many businesses or commercial activity in the area. This neighborhood is comprised mostly of residential condo buildings featuring a few high rises but mostly mid rise condominium complexes. Despite not being very walkable Cortez Hill is fairly close by to Little Italy and the East Village and Baboa Park and Hillcrest are also just minutes away.
Cortez Hill District Condo Buildings
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