Park Boulevard East, located on the southeast corner of Park Boulevard and Island Avenue, features a great location in the center of the East Village and gorgeous views of the San Diego Bay, the Coronado Bridge, and the twinkling lights of Downtown San Diego. Amenities at Park Boulevard East include a spa and barbeque area. Residents are provided with 442 parking spaces.
One-bedrooms at Park Boulevard East include approximately 671 square feet. Two-bedrooms range from approximately 990 to 1305 square feet. A range of different floor plans are available. Most residences include views, stainless steel appliances and a contemporary design palette.
Offering a supreme location just blocks to Petco Park and the Gaslamp Quarter, Park Boulevard East is a modern and convenient place to call home.
Located in the East Village of Downtown San Diego, Park Boulevard West is just blocks away from many major attractions. The home of the San Diego Padres, Petco Park is two blocks south, and the lively Gaslamp Quarter is five blocks west. Park Boulevard West shares the block bounded by Market Street, Park Boulevard, and Eleventh and Island Avenues. With its 120 units, Park Boulevard West is slightly larger than its sister complex Park Boulevard East. A hot tub, exercise room and outdoor patio area give residents a place to unwind.
One-bedrooms at Park Boulevard West have approximately 700 square feet and two-bedrooms range from approximately 910 to 1333 square feet. Most residences offer high ceilings, upgraded tile flooring in kitchen, and washer and dryer. Homeowner’s association fees range from the high $200′s to the high $300′s.
Park Boulevard West puts residents at the center of the action, and with its modern amenities, lends the perfect combination of relaxation and urban living.
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