If you’re looking for comfort and convenience, you’ll definitely find it in Doma Condos. This stunning condominium complex has two residential buildings with distinct features and amenities. Doma certainly stirs excitement among Downtown San Diego real estate properties.
Building and Unit Descriptions
The award-winning architecture firm Martinez + Cutri Corp is behind Doma Condos’ urban contemporary design.
The condominium complex comprises two residential buildings:
- Doma Towns (south building)Located on 1750 Kettner Boulevard, Doma Towns is a 4-story building with a traditional European-style design. It has a total of 55 units made up of 1 to 2-story units and townhouses.
- Doma Lofts (north building)The second residential building of Doma Condos takes on a more edgy design. Exposed concrete surfaces, glass windows, and sophisticated interiors are testaments to it. Doma Lofts is eight stories high with a total of 66 units. Here, you’ll find 1- to 2-story units with floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious open floor plans.
In-house Amenities and Services
Amenities are a-plenty at Doma, and these are found in its first five floors.
Complete a workout at the two-story exercise facility on the first floor, then cool off at the outdoor spa there. Grill food or host a barbecue party at the common area deck on the 4th floor. Doma Condos also has a fully landscaped courtyard with tables and chairs for relaxing and people-watching.
The rooftop sundeck, found on the fifth floor, gives unobstructed views of the city and San Diego Bay. It also has an entertainment bar.
Side entrances on both buildings make for easier access of residents to Doma Condos.
Downtown San Diego Attractions less than 10 Minutes Away
Various attractions and restaurants are also just a short walk away from Doma condos. Here are a few nearby stops:
- Piazza BasiloneCreated in honor of United States Marine Gunnery Sergeant John Basilone, this iconic landmark is often used as a meeting place and a space for special events. Piazza Basilone is located on West Fir Street, just a three-minute walk from Doma Condos.
- Public ArtLittle Italy is home to public artwork such as sculpture and paintings. Look for these iconic art pieces around the area: “Guardian of Water,” “Breaking the Chains,” “Last Call,” and “Starting Over.”
Contact Jorge Castellon for Condos for Sale in Little Italy, San Diego, CA
If you want to know more about the Doma condos in San Diego and their amazing features and amenities, feel free to give me a call at 619-322-2262. You may also email your inquiries to Jorge(at)LittleItalyCondos(dotted)com.