California is a beautiful, sunny state and there are few places that can top the Marina District and its real estate in downtown San Diego. The fashionable and dynamic neighborhood blends perfectly with the tranquility of the ocean and with the general sophistication of the metropolis. A highly walkable community, this downtown area is one of the hipper area in Southern California and includes the newer Petco Park baseball stadium, the famous Gas Lamp district, as well as various shopping, dining and theater venues.
Park Place Condos
San Diego’s Marina District features some very luxurious residential complexes, and Park Place Condos should make the A-list for luxury downtown living. This stylish building was built in 2003 and consists of 178 modern residential units of different sizes, including 1-3 bedrooms and townhomes. It has thirty floors– a real skyscraper with prices for units ranging between around $400,000 and $1,500,000. Residents here also have permanent access to several amenities aimed aimed at making life in downtown San Diego as pleasurable as possible.
Some of the amenities offered at Park Place include:
- 24 hour parking
- attendant and concierge
- special barbeque area
- storage areas for sports equipment
- few conference rooms and business center
- chic lounge
- underground garage
Additionally, the views from Park Place are breathtaking.
The Park Place offers unobstructed views all over the surrounding area. Residents are able to admire the whole town without difficulty. For instance, those who live the in Western side of the building can see the beautiful city, above some important buildings, such as the embassy. It looks even better at night and it is a terrific place to take pictures. The same goes for the North and East side. The panoramic views seem endless and are not obstructed by anything. On the South side, residents can admire splendid outlooks over the unique Coronado Bridge and even the Mexico lights.
What is more, Park Place has a very opportune position. Not only it is located in one of the most stylish and welcoming districts in California, but it also offers easy access to the most important venues in San Diego. For example, it is just across from the Seaport Village, a few minutes away from downtown and at a short walk from Little Italy and Gaslamp Quarter. Therefore, residents can easily arrive to work without having to commute or spend too much time on the road.