The Ballpark District is a part of Downtown San Diego that is not yet (Jan. 2011) recognized as its own neighborhood, but it should be distinguished from the rest of the East Village as the demographic and ambiance here is much different than the rest of the aforementioned East Village Neighborhood. This community is best described as being located in the 3 block radius surrounding Petco Park and includes the above listed condo complexes. This community was formulated as a result of the development of Petco Park and is the fastest growing neighborhood in Downtown. Points of interest in this neighborhood include: Petco Park’s Park in the Park (dog friendly), The Thomas Jefferson Law School, Main Library, The Pedestrian Bridge to The Bayfront and Convention Center, and numerous bustling ...
Alta | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2007 | Stories: 21 | Units: 179
Built in 2007, Alta is a Downtown San Diego Condo Development consisting of a 21 story, 179 unit high-rise. Located on the fringe of the world renowned Gaslamp Quarter, Alta offers its residents the convenience of walking out the front door to enjoy a refreshing cocktail, or a fine meal in Downtown San Diego’s emerging culinary marketplace. The architectural dimensions of ALTA make it a real eye g...
Diamond Terrace | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2005 | Stories: 14 | Units: 113
Situated a stone throw away from the center field wall of Petco Park, the units located on the south side, and southwest corner, above the 8th floor, offer some of the best game day views around. These aforementioned views are hands down the lowest priced ball park views in the East Village (units on the southeast corner have pretty nice ballpark views also). Residents enjoy a rooftop lounge with ...
Fahrenheit | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2005 | Stories: 7 | Units: 77
Fahrenheit, this sister development of M2I, contains 77 truly distinctive units located right where you want to be in the new Ballpark District. The essence of contemporary urban loft living at Fahrenheit includes: exposed mechanicals and concrete, floor to ceiling windows, and an overwhelming urban vibe. More creative options to personalize living space were offered by the developer and many of t...
Icon | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2006 | Stories: 26 | Units: 327
By preserving the original facade of the Carnation Building and blending its historic influence with modernist design, Icon has created a dramatic visual statement in East Village. Consisting of four uniquely designed buildings and 327 private residences, Icon is almost a small city to it's own. Residents enjoy a large fitness center, a theater room, a lounge, and Icon's home owner's jewel, a roof...
M2I | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2005 | Stories: 7 | Units: 230
M2i San Diego is located in the Ballpark Neighborhood of Downtown San Diego’s East Village. This Citymark Development is a local favorite for younger professionals and second home buyers looking for a uniquely urban environment.
Metrome | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2005 | Stories: 8 | Units: 184
Situated directly across the street from the new main library, two blocks from Petco Park, and right next to the proposed bay to park link, Metrome offers an 8 story 184 unit masterpiece. Amenities include: Fitness center, Zen garden, and a BYOB lounge.
Park Terrace | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2007 | Stories: 14 | Units: 223
Named after it's close proximity to Petco Park, Park Terrace offers two residential towers of creative and innovative design. The cumulative 8 and 14 story mid-rises provide a wide range of floor plans for it's 223 residents and includes an amenity package of the following: Fitness Center, Gated parking garage, secured entrance, Social lounge with pool table, a 2nd floor terrace with BBQ and a 5th...
Parkloft | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2002 | Stories: 11 | Units:
Located in the heart of downtown San Diego's emerging East Village neighborhood, Parkloft's contemporary and upscale architecture more resembles buildings in the Soho and TriBeCa areas of Manhattan than other new residential buildings in San Diego. The 11-story, poured-in-place concrete and brick building, on Island Street, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, includes 220 one- and two-story condomin...
The Legend | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2007 | Stories: 23 | Units: 183
The Legend San Diego is located in the rapidly emerging ballpark district of East Village in Downtown San Diego. This Condominium building may offer the most unique experience of all Downtown San Diego Real Estate opportunities.
The Mark | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2007 | Stories: 33 | Units: 244
The Mark is one of Downtown San Diego's newest luxury high rises. Located in the heart of East Village, The Mark is in close proximity to all that downtown has to offer. The 33 stories and 244 residences that define the Mark are impressive. Owners/occupants will enjoy these fine qualities: On-site fitness center, Conference room, Courtyard with pool, spa, restrooms, outdoor shower, and furniture),...
The Metropolitan | Ball Park District
Year Built: 2004 | Stories: 32 | Units: 36
The Metropolitan is one of the most unique and luxury based living option in all of San Diego. Located atop, on the the Omni Hotel (top 11 floors), owners enjoy bay and ballpark views from their residences or their own private pool deck and lounge. Quality of life is the underlying theme for those fortunate enough to call the Metropolitan home.