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.
Real Marketing Inc. is congratulating the 2012’s Top 100 Downtown San Diego Real Estate agents! In the zip code of 92101, 895 sales were made, which is a 5.6% reduction from 2011.......read more
In honor of Balboa Park’s Centennial Celebration, we will feature some of the park’s greatest attractions with a stop at the San Diego Natural History Museum. Founded in 1874, the San Diego......read more
“Closing costs are often the last thing a person thinks of when buying a Condo. While closing is the joyous moment the downtown condo becomes yours, the costs can be surprisingly aggravating.......read more
“Home finance has blossomed into an incredibly diverse and complicated industry. This is good and bad. There are at least a hundred ways to borrow the money for your Condo now. There......read more