Diamond Terrace Condos are located at 427 9th Avenue in the East Village District of Downtown San Diego.
At 325 acres, this is downtown’s largest and one of its fastest growing, most diverse neighborhoods, offering a trendy lifestyle close to San Diego Bay. Artist’s lofts, studios, galleries and shops can be found in this area; former warehouses that have been transformed into charming residential units with mixed uses add an urban appeal.
As it transforms over the next 20 years, the East Village will maintain an eclectic character and support a wide range of interests, including: entertainment at PETCO Park; events at the new Central Library; academic endeavors at San Diego City College, the New School of Architecture, San Diego Fashion Institute, two high schools, and Thomas Jefferson School of Law; and shopping at a mix of unique retail establishments.
To facilitate social interaction and quality of life, construction on a new 57,000 square foot public park located at 14th Street and Island Avenue is targeted to begin by the end of 2011. The park will feature open lawn space, a children’s playground, and a cafe with public rest rooms directly adjacent to the park. Additional parks are planned throughout East Village in the future.
- Address: 427 Ninth Street, San Diego, CA 92101
- Neighborhood: East Village
- # of Stories: 14
- Year Built: 2005
- # of Units: 113
- Builder: Intracorp
- Designer: Fehlman/LeBarre and Perkins and Company
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