Diamond Terrace San Diego Condos
Diamond Terrace San Diego is located at 427 9th Avenue in the East Village directly across from the entry to the Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres .
Diamond Terrace is a mixed-used 14 story building on the corner of 9th Avenue and J Street. Seven Eleven is one of the tenants occupying its ground floor retail space.
Diamond Terrace San Diego was completed in 2005 by Intracorp.
Diamond Terrace San Diego – Location
427 9th Avenue, San Diego, CA 92101
|Year Built: 2005||Number of Stories: 14||Number of Units: 113|
|HOA Fees: $350+ / month||Security: Secured Lobby||Underground Parking|
|Gym Room on 14th floor||Community Room on 14th floor||Rooftop BBQ with views to Ballpark.|
Diamond Terrace’s location in the heart of East Village in Downtown San Diego, its moderate pricing and HOA dues makes it a smart choice to first time condo buyers and those seeking an investment or vacation property.
Diamond Terrace San Diego 14-story consists of 113 residential studio and condo units and approximately 10,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. Plans include studios starting at approximately 480 square feet, one bedrooms starting at 750 square feet and two bedrooms starting at approximately 1,090 square feet.
Residents at the Diamond Terrace Condos San Diego enjoy amenities located on the 14th floor such as a fitness center, entertainment room and rooftop deck with BBQ with views to the Ballpark, Coronado and the San Diego Bay. Homeowner Association dues at Diamond Terrace start at $350 per month.
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Diamond Terrace San Diego Condos For Sale
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