Cortez Hill Condos Sold Jan to April 2014
Same Exact Number of Homes Sold as Last Year5/5 Posted on June 11, 2014 by Pete Thistle.
Downtown San Diego Real Estate buyers who would prefer a quiet and more residential neighborhood tend to choose Cortez Hill as their next place to call home. With the most northeastern orientation compared to the other neighborhoods in Downtown San Diego, Cortez Hill lays away from the vibrant Gaslamp and Little Italy but is yet a short stroll away. Balboa Park and freeways are easily accessed by both pedestrians and car drivers. You will find a mixture of Victorian homes, town homes, row homes, loft buildings, apartment complexes and condo communities. This is a very desirable place to invest in as it is known to be the safest and most quiet neighborhood along with many new infrastructures on the horizons.
A total of 29 Cortez Hill Condos and Lofts were sold during January to April of 2014. This is exactly the same amount of homes that sold the year before (2013). Most sales went to The Mills, Aria and El Cortex that each had five homes sold. Thereafter, Discovery four condos sold. Symphony Terraces comes in on third place with three transactions. Two homes sold goes to Cortez Blu. Solara Loft, Park View, City Mark @ Cortez Hill and Beech Tower had one sale each.
Contact us if you would like more information about buying a condo in Downtown San Diego. We are located in the East Village on 465 10th Avenue (between Island and J Street). Feel free to stop by our office should you be in the neighborhood! You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 619-797-6606.
To read other blogs about how the real estate market in Downtown San Diego is doing click on East Village Condos Sold Jan to April 2014, Marina Condos Sold Jan to April 2014 and Little Italy Condos Sold Jan to April 2014.