Pacific Terrace San Diego
Pacific Terrace is nestled right next to the Marina District and the Gaslamp Quarter. This 6-story mid-rise building was built in 2003 and is gated with 57 homes in total. There is also 6000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor, which houses the Chinese Museum that is renowned for its spectacular architecture.
Pacific Terrace has two elevators, gated underground parking, a trash area and refuse chutes on every level, a landscaped entry and courtyard, and well-lit porches with enhanced walkways. The building also has a terrace on the sixth floor that is regularly landscaped and has a sundeck as well as barbeque facilities. Another great aspect about the Pacific Terrace building is that it is made from a non-combustible material and there are fire sprinklers in the building in the event that a fire ever breaks out.
Each residential unit features a balcony, high ceilings and huge windows, heating and air conditioning that is easily controlled by a thermostat, designer carpet in the living room, tiled flooring in the kitchen bathroom, granite countertops, and modern kitchen cabinetry. Added to this, expect electric kitchen appliances, a washer and dryer, large closets in the bedrooms, as well as dual-glazed windows that help with insulating sound and temperature control.
Right next to Pacific Terrace lies the Horton Grand Theater, the Horton Plaza, the Convention Center, Seaport Village and Petco Park. Living at this central location will cost you $265 to $430 in HOA fees per month. Experience the convenience of an urban lifestyle at Pacific Terrace.