By: Ryan Ponce On: June 2, 2017 In: Downtown San Diego, East Village Comments: 0

Top Floor Park Terrace Residence with a LARGE Terrace!

Park Terrace is located in Downtown San Diego’s East Village neighborhood, directly across from the 10th Avenue entrance to Petco Park. The building is situated between The New Public Library, Petco Park, and Ballpark Village. Park Terrace is comprised of two buildings and features a large fitness facility, entertaining room with billiards and ping pong, 2nd floor and 5th floor BBQ terrace, underground parking, and secure access. See the video below for more information.

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*Listing Courtesy Of  “Albert Adickes, Broker”

Park Terrace Condo For Sale:

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 1,270 Square Feet
  • Approximately 410 Sf Rooftop Terrace
  • 8th Floor (Top Floor)
  • 2 Side By Side Parking Spaces
  • Storage Unit
  • Offered at $725,000
  • Homeowners Dues: $612/mo

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Why Is This A Great Buy?

One of the main reason people are drawn to San Diego is the weather. What better way to enjoy the weather than an approximately 410 sf rooftop terrace with great views? Finding this much outdoor space is unique. There are typically only a handful of units in each building with large outdoor terraces. I also like the northeast exposure facing the Library. Due to the shape of this particular block, the view is very unique because it is at an angle.

The amount of growth in East Village is amazing. The addition of Ballpark Village is exciting, but that is just the surface. With the progress of I.D.E.A. district, as well as several new apartment buildings, East Village is rapidly changing. Park Terrace was once thought to be on the outskirts of the neighborhood, but it is looking like it will soon be in the heart of Downtown San Diego’s largest district.

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Ryan Ponce - REALTOR®
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