On February 26, 2018, the National Geographic Channel released an article about a two-story apartment in San Diego, California that has been home to a family for decades.
Located at 6 feet apart in the same building, the apartment is just one of many in the city, as developers continue to develop a booming housing market.
While it’s a new home, the unit is already the envy of many other new construction units in the area.
The 7,400 square foot unit is located at the intersection of the San Diego and Santa Fe Rivers, just across the street from the new Santa Clara City College campus.
“We’re thrilled to have a home that’s this close to the university,” says Mark Pascual, president of the City of San Diego.
“When we got the word that we had this house in our backyard, it was just the icing on the cake.”
Pascua says the building has been up and running for about a year.
The unit is equipped with an elevator and an elevator lift, as well as a walk-in closet, so residents can move between the unit and the rest of the building.
The property is being built on a vacant lot at the corner of San Pedro and Mission Streets.
The apartment is located next to a shopping center, and Pascuel says he hopes to eventually turn it into a new hotel.
“It will be a great addition to the downtown area,” he says.
“The parking lot at this intersection of Mission and San Pedro is really limited.
It’s really nice to have something that’s a bit more spacious and convenient for people to use.”
The property will be completed by the end of the year.
“They’ve been putting the finishing touches on the building for about five months,” says Pascu, who has been working on the project for years.
“This is the first time we’ve actually gotten a permit to move forward.”
The building will feature a mix of modern and vintage interiors, which will include a “wood and stone” fireplace.
“There’s a little bit of a theme to this building,” Pascue says of the interiors.
The unit has been designed with two bedrooms and one bathroom, and there will be separate living and dining areas. “
You can hear the wood from inside, and it makes the whole place feel cozy.”
The unit has been designed with two bedrooms and one bathroom, and there will be separate living and dining areas.
Pascues says he’s hoping to open the unit to tenants by late summer.