Doma consists of two distinct buildings in historic Little Italy, and is bounded by Kettner Boulevard and Fir, Date and California streets. The architecture, as seen in the restored clock tower, is distinctive urban contemporary designed by award-winning Martinez + Cutri Architects. Building amenities include a two-story exercise facility, outdoor spa, expansive, lushly landscaped central courtyard with vanishing-edge fountain, secured underground parking structure, and a bay view rooftop sun deck featuring an entertainment bar.
Doma offers walk-up residences with street-side entrances and unique “live/work” residential opportunities. The eight-story Doma Lofts section of the community includes one and two-story residences featuring spacious, open floor plans designed for creative living, voluminous floor-to-ceiling windows and exposed concrete surfaces. The adjoining four-story Doma Towns building includes one and two-story flats and townhouses. Sizes range from 725 to 1,900 square feet.
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