Category Archives: Neighborhoods

The Pinnacle Museum Tower

Currently there are about ten available units at the amazing Pinnacle Museum Tower. These units run from about $400k to about  $3m on the 32nd floor. It’s the 2nd tallest condo downtown and it is magnificent.
Our blog has another mention of the Pinnacle here- along with several other high quality downtown condo homes. You’ll find much more with a Google search.

You’ll find the expected comforts here but perhaps the best thing is the neighborhood. If you like shopping take a few steps to the Horton Plaza mall- the most beautiful in …

La Jolla, The Nicest Neighborhood in America

Though it may have the highest home prices in the nation the village of La Jolla is well worth the expense.  With seven miles of beautiful winding coast line and weather so nice that it is unparalleled by any other area in the country La Jolla is the perfect place to raise a family. La Jolla also has a top notch golf course, fantastic public schools and a wonderful museum of contemporary art.
With all so many wonderful reason to live in La Jolla how could you not want to see some of the best available listings …

Breeza Condos Offer Family-Sized Luxury

Breeza condos with waterfront views

The luxurious new Breeza high rise near in downtown San Diego is 80% sold out, but there are still opportunities to make this community in the North Embarcadero your new home. There is a single one bedroom condo unit still available. The cozy unit is perfect for a couple, with two parking spots included. There are several units for sale with two to three bedrooms, that have spacious floor plans perfect for roommates and families.

Breeza’s already ideal location, nestled between the dining and décor heaven of Little Italy, and the …

Time to Stop Renting and Buy a Condo in San Diego

San Diego skyline downtown real estate

If you’ve been watching prices drop and waiting for the right moment to jump into the real estate market, now may be the time. Mortgage rates are still low, and now it’s cheaper to buy than it is to rent in San Diego!
There is a formula used to determine whether it is cheaper to rent or buy, and according to figures posted by Trulia, the numbers add up to more value in home ownership than in paying rent. The real estate site compared the median sales price to the median …

3 Best Brunch Spots in Downtown San Diego

Tom Ham

The best way to take the sting out of the end of the weekend is to indulge in a fabulous Sunday brunch. Whether you want to indulge in an all-you-can-eat buffet, or get a single entree and a couple of craft beers, downtown San Diego’s restaurants have plenty of reasons for you to crawl out of bed on Sunday morning.
Tom Ham’s Lighthouse

At the very tip of Harbor Island, Tom Ham’s Lighthouse sits surrounded by water on three sides. This coveted location means that diners get gorgeous views of the water …

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San Diego Downtown Neighborhood Explored

Hi! You’re in the Neighborhood area of this SanDiegoCondoLoft blog; specifically in the Downtown neighborhood. Other Neighborhoods are available too as you browse the blog. Look for Categories and Tags for the opportunity to jump around the site. Elsewhere you can learn more facts and figures about downtown, but here you’ll get a fair idea what it’s like to live here.
Downtown is essentially zip code 92101. It reaches from Balboa Park to the east, to Little Italy to the north, to the airport at the west, and to the south …

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