Whether your priority is luxury amenities, an idyllic view of the city, or a pet-friendly space, your dream home is waiting among our selection of luxury San Diego condos. Want to live above it all and enjoy scenic views of the skyline from your living room? Consider some of the tallest buildings offering new condos in San Diego, such as Electra or Pinnacle Marina Tower. If you're looking for other conveniences from valet services to pools and gyms, we're here to help you to find the exact amenities you're looking for.
There are 70 miles of coastline and 19 major beaches here and thanks to San Diego’s excellent weather, you can enjoy them practically all year. The city averages 146 sunny days per year and snow has only fallen here five times in the last 125 years. On top of that, this city has a beautiful skyline near the water — your new home can be among the glittering San Diego skyscrapers.
Want to live above it all and enjoy the highest views in San Diego from your living room? Then consider these buildings, the eigt tallest San Diego residential condo buildings.
The Gaslamp Quarter is the historic beating heart of downtown San Diego. There are some high rises here, but the area is largely made up of hotels. The East Village is a fast-growing industrial neighborhood. Near a waterfront park and a few of the city's favorite museums, the Columbia District is north of the marina while still being very close to the Civic Core. If you want to live in a true walkable neighborhood where neighbors know each other, then consider Little Italy — you'd never know here that you're actually in the downtown district of one of America's largest cities.
Looking for waterfront living? The Marina District offers exactly that. Cortez Hill (home of the famous El Cortez Hotel) is a hillside neighborhood full of Victorian homes alongside modern San Diego condos. The Del Mar Mesa area is arguably among the best neighborhoods in San Diego for families. A calm, semi-rural community in northern San Diego, it has plenty of protected natural spaces ideal for hiking and biking. Hillcrest is an LGBTQ+-friendly hot spot full of pedestrian-friendly streets and cute shops and restaurants — a very cool place to hang out. Then there’s La Jolla, an idyllic beachside neighborhood that has a calm, small village feel.
If you’re ready to make one of these neighborhoods home, we're here to help!