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This Beautiful 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath PRIME ICON condo comes with 1100 sq. ft. of living space in A newer and secured building, allows lots of sunlight through its 10ft floor-to-ceiling windows. Expect a well-constructed property with sound insulation, situated in the Highly Desired Icon Building in East Village, this is a Corner unit with spectacular views of the courtyard & city Lights. Two bedrooms with Queen size beds (with oversized showers and bathtub) and a Master bedroom w/ walk-in closet. Kitchen (granite top) and Stainless-Steel appliances, Kitchen is fully equipped plus separate full dining area. Very roomy. State of the art finishes. The unit has hardwood floors throughout (Bedrooms Newly Carpeted) custom paint, High-speed internet/ WIFI w/ Private balcony with table and chairs. washer and dryer in unit. Plenty of sheets, towels and down comforter.

Located in the center of the Ballpark District. City-home boasts western exposure. Mere steps to hip clubs & restaurants. From location to architecture to interiors, urban living has been officially defined. Icon is a fusion of four, multi-story buildings that form an exciting mix of residential and retail space. Spectacular Icon Skybox viewing terrace overlooking PETCO Park, exclusively for Icon residents

Professionally equipped Fitness Studio for all levels of co-ed fitness training and air conditioning. The absolute sanctuary of an inner courtyard featuring San Diego’s first 60-foot sculpture by renowned artist Ned Kahn-that captures the look-and-sound of softly cascading water

This area has been described as the largest urban neighborhood in downtown San Diego. The thriving urban enclave is home to more than 700 businesses including restaurants, hotels, and art galleries. East Village houses the San Diego Padre’s Petco Park, the Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge (connecting the San Diego Convention Center area with Petco Park), San Diego’s Central Library, and the famous Mission and Stone Brewery.Getting around there are many options for getting around the area. This area has a Walk Score of 96 out of 100 (Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car).

There is a full grocery store a few blocks away (Albertson’s at 14th and Island), and public transport is two blocks away.Downtown San Diego also offers a unique free and green option for transportation called FRED – Free Ride. FRED works similarly to Uber, but offers free transportation throughout the downtown area.

My husband and I, and another couple spent a week in this condo in the Gaslamp District of San Diego. The property has a great location, with easy access to many restaurants and shops. It is also an easy walk to some of the great San Diego attractions like the Midway, the farmer’s market, Balboa Park, and the harbor for the ferry to Coronado. We enjoyed the rooftop patio that allowed us a great view of Petco Park. The condo was perfect for two couples. We each had a spacious bedroom with a gorgeous bathroom. The great room was a wonderful space after walking the city, with adequate seating for viewing the TV, a table for a bite to eat, and an eat at counter for a quick snack. The wall of windows allowed us a bright sunbathed view of the surroundings. A small balcony was perfect for morning coffee. Heather replied to any of our questions with a very quick response, and took care of anything we were concerned about. We would definitely stay here again, and have encouraged our friends who travel to consider this condo.

I just wanted to clear up this review for people looking at it with confusion. Nancy stayed here with her husband in December and everything with the reservation went great. A couple weeks after Nancy’s departure she wrote her review for our property she accidentally checked one star (instead of 4 stars) when submitting her review. Nancy noticed the mistake (clicking 1 star) she made and immediately called me and left me a voicemail about the mistake. She said she left a good review but that she accidentally picked one star instead of 4 stars. The following day I called Nancy back but was unable to get a hold of her (b/c she was out of town on anther trip to Florida) but I did get in touch with her son (who I had originally talked to several times prior when they were booking the reservation, b/c he said he was more proficient with booking online reservations than his parents were) and we called VRBO together, the customer service rep. told us there is no way Nancy could correct (or edit) her review on VRBO because all reviews are final. The customer service rep told me that the best thing for me to do is to leave Nancy my response to her review and explain the entire situation that Nancy had accidently checked the incorrect number of stars and that she was unable to correct that mistake.

The Customer Service rep. told us that VRBO has strict rules on reviews and for quality control purposes and they never allow guests or owners or edit reviews after they’ve been submitted. He explained that its important people proof read their reviews because once they are submitted there is no going back and that these reviews are attached to the property and in public view forever, he said this happens from time to time but they have a responsibility to the public to keep the reviews true and accurate. He said in rare situations owner/guests can submit documentation, sworn statements/affidavits and the review can go through an underwriting process to be altered but that it takes weeks to get a response. I let him know that this would not be necessary, and we would not need to go to these extreme lengths; I would take his suggestion and write a response to Nancy’s review and the fact that she only gave me one star instead of 4, which is what I am doing today (several months later). 😊�