Moto Villas Lofts located in Downtown San Diego’s East Village

36 Loft Style Row Homes in a Private Setting

5/5 Posted on January 05, 2014 by Pete Thistle.

Moto Villas Lofts located in Downtown San Diego’s East Village Moto Villas Lofts are located at the corner of 721 9th Avenue and 908 G Street in the East Village neighborhood of Downtown San Diego. This four story mid-rise complex was developed and designed by the award winning architect Jonathan Segal in 1999.

With its loft style 36 row homes, Moto Villas, is a small private community in the middle of this urban city where homes seldom come up for sale on the Downtown San Diego Real Estate market. There are a wide variety of floor plans as you will find studios, one bedroom and two bedroom loft style floor plans where each have private street level entrances.

Right down the street, going west, is Horton Plaza with access to the vibrant Gaslamp District filled with entertainment and restaurants.  You will find fun game days at Petco Park and the new main Downtown San Diego Library should you walk south. Easy freeway access and farmers markets in Little Italy are about a 10 min walk away should you head north.

All homes at Moto Villas have engineered wood floors, balconies and patios, European style kitchens and energy efficient heating and air conditionings. Downtown San Diego Loft buyers who would like a lot of square feet, live/work floor plans with a private setting right in the middle of the East Village would be a great fit for a Moto Villas home.

To find more information about Moto Villas and lofts for sale in the 92101 East Village neighborhood visit our lofts for sale page or contact us direct at 619-797-6606 to speak with a Downtown San Diego Real Estate Specialist.

Quick Facts
• Located at the corner of 9th Avenue and G Street in East Village
• Completed in 1999
• Developed by Jonathan Segal
• Mid-rise with 4 floors
• 36 lofts
• Price ranges from $237,000 to $380,000+
• HOA fees are about $200/month
• 3 story loft style row home floor plans

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