The Cortez Hill District of downtown is one of Downtown San Diego’s oldest and most distinguished residential neighborhoods. The district was named after the historic El Cortez Hotel (which has since been converted to a condo community). Located north of downtown's Core and south of I-5 between Tenth Avenue and Union Street, this area on the hill is downtown’s highest landmass and offers views to Downtown, the bay, the Pacific Ocean and Balboa Park. The hill has drawn residents for over a century, and the original Victorian style dwellings of the first settlers have now become part of its charm.
Condo complexes in the district include:
Located in one of the quietest parts of downtown sits this corner unit with master suites on opposite ends of the residence, each with their own balcony. Oversized windo...
South West Corner Unit.
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