350 W Ash Lofts located in Downtown San Diego’s Little Italy

Urban Loft Style Living

5/5 Posted on December 11, 2013 by Pete Thistle.

350 W Ash Lofts located in Downtown San Diego’s Little Italy 350 W Ash Lofts are located about three blocks away from the main India Street in the Italian inspired Little Italy neighborhood in Downtown San Diego. This building was converted from an office structure into loft style homes by B&H Property Systems in 2005.

Some of the most valuable water views can be found at 350 W Ash along with a wide variety of one and two bedroom floor plans along with street level live/work lofts. There is a fobbed accessed lobby entrance that takes you up to all floors. The first couple of floors are parking and starting on the 8th floor to the 12th floor is where all the residents are located.

The interior represent spacious open and light floor plans with a contemporary design. Stainless steel appliances, kitchen islands, high ceilings, balconies and Caesar counter tops in the kitchens are some of the features that can be found in all units. The homeowners fees are considered about average compared to other condo complexes with the same amount of amenities. Residents can enjoy a community room that is accesses from the lobby area, gated and secure complex and private parking.

Downtown San Diego Real Estate buyers who value urban loft style living with a convenient location just a few steps away from the hustle and bustle of the Gaslamp and the Little Italy would be a great fit for the 350 W Ash building.

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Quick Facts
• Located at 350 W Ash Street in Little Italy
• Built in 2005
• Developer – B&H Property System.
• 12 Story High-rise
• 76 units
• 350 W Ash prices range from $160,000 to $675,000
• Monthly HOA fees from $450 to $570 per month
• Studios, 1 bed, 2 bed, lofts

Amenities
• Gated and secure complex
• Lobby entrance with guest sitting area
• Fobbed access
• Secure parking structure
• Community room

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