City Walk San Diego Market Updates

February 28th, 2013

City Walk – Market Updates

City Walk

City Walk stands 5-stories tall and includes 109 town homes, single-level units and lofts on the block bounded by State, G, Union and Market Streets. The complex was designed by Nestor and Gaffney Architecture and was completed in 2003 by The Olson Company. The 12 different floor plans range in size from 950 to 1,800 square feet. Monthly homeowner’s fees range from the mid $300′s to the low $400′s.
Some units include a balcony area from which residents may enjoy views of the city. The City Walk community also boasts a large landscaped courtyard area with a fountain and is equipped with a clubhouse, recreation room, barbecue area, and fitness room for residents. Underground parking is provided with two spaces allotted for units over 1,400 square feet.

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