Downtown San Diego – Cortez

One of San Diego’s oldest residential neighborhoods was named after the famous El Cortez Hotel, which has been restored and converted into condominiums. Views include Balboa Park, San Diego Bay, the Pacific Ocean, and the urban scene below. Victorian style homes populate the area, along with newer condominiums and apartments. The hill’s topography separates it from downtown’s hustle, yet its closeness makes it a very desirable address for those who want to live on the cusp of an active urban center. The character of this neighborhood carries through into its newest linear park, nicknamed “Tweet Street.”
Source: Centre City Development Corporation
Source: Centre City Development Corporation

ALOFT ON CORTEZ HILL
889 Date Street
(South side of Date Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues)
5 stories, 168 units
Lofts, one and two bedrooms
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 188 spaces
Completed: March 2007

ARIA
(Northeast corner of Ninth Avenue and Ash Street)
24 stories, 137 units
One, two and three bedrooms
Housing type: Condominiums
Parking: 260 spaces
Completion: March 2008

BEECH TOWER
1514 Seventh Avenue
(West side of Seventh Avenue between Beech and Cedar streets)
9 stories, 54 units
One and two bedrooms
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 76 spaces
Completed: 1981

CITYMARK ON CORTEZ HILL
1523 Ninth Avenue
(East side of Ninth Avenue between Beech and Cedar streets)
3 stories, 16 units
Two and three bedrooms
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 32 spaces
Completed: May 2002

CORTEZ BLU
801 Ash Street
(Southeast corner of Eighth Avenue and Ash Street)
20 stories, 67 units
One and two bedrooms
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 70 spaces
Completed: June 2006

DISCOVERY AT CORTEZ HILL
850 Beech Street
(Block bounded by Beech Street, Ninth Avenue, Cedar Street and Eighth Avenue) 22 stories, 199 units
One and two bedrooms (some with den)
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 317 spaces
Completed: August 2002

ELCORTEZ
702 Ash Street
(Block bounded by Ash Street, Seventh Avenue, Beech Street and Eighth Avenue)
15 Stories, 85 units
Studios, lofts, one bedrooms, two bedrooms and penthouses
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 85 spaces
Completed: July 2000

PARK @ 10TH
1640 Tenth Avenue
(Southwest corner of Tenth Avenue and Date Street)
4 stories, 32 units
Two bedrooms
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 50 spaces
Completed: October 1982

PARKVIEW CONDOMINIUMS
1650 Eighth Avenue
(Block bounded by Eighth Avenue, Cedar Street, Seventh Avenue and Date Street)
3 stories, 54 units
One, two and three bedrooms
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 84 spaces
Completed: December 1980

SOLARA LOFTS
1551 Fourth Avenue
(Southeast corner of Cedar Street and Fourth Avenue)
8 stories, 77 units
Housing type: Lofts
Parking: 166 spaces
Completion: March 2007

SOLEIL COURT
1539 to 1545 Ninth Avenue
(Southeast corner of Ninth Avenue and Cedar Street)
3 stories, 4 units
Two and three bedrooms
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 6 spaces
Completed: January 2002

SYMPHONY TERRACE
1333 Eighth Avenue
(Northeast corner of Eighth Avenue and A Street)
9 stories, 56 units
One, two and three bedrooms
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 65 spaces
Completed: December 1981

THE MILLS AT CORTEZ
1604 Seventh Avenue
(Block bounded by Seventh Avenue, Cedar Street, Sixth Avenue and Date Street) 5 stories, 133 units
Lofts, one, two and three bedrooms
Housing Type: Condominiums
Parking: 185 spaces
Completed: September 2004

Source: Centre City Development Corporation

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