Located in Little Italy, the exterior design of the Palermo property is a throw back to the era of industry. Completed in 2004, the six story building combines elements of brick, metal, and glass that bring an industrial edge to Downtown San Diego .
Options are plentiful at the Palermo, with 230 residential units, and several choices between studios, lofts, and 1, 2, and 3 bedroom condos. The low HOA dues make this a desirable property among savvy San Diegans.
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