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The uptown San Diego neighborhood of Bankers Hill gets its name from an early reputation as a place for the affluent to call home. Over the years, it’s balanced that with an influx of quality restaurants, cafes, and bars while converting many of the classic residences into bed and breakfasts and offices. That means there’s an opportunity to revive the region’s residential inventory, and developer Zephyr is taking full advantage in the form of their 14-story luxury residential building The Park, Bankers Hill.
Residences at The Park, Bankers Hill average around 2,374 square feet, plus around 468 square feet of outdoor living space. Homes include open floorplans, floor to ceiling glass walls, recessed lighting, gourmet kitchens featuring Miele appliances and Boffi cabinetry, and large soaking tubs, just to name a few features.
Located across from Balboa Park in the historic Bankers Hill neighborhood, the community will offer a boutique, luxury experience in a standout location, adjacent to the world-famous park’s museums, theatres and cultural offerings.
“The community’s design and location make it one-of-a-kind in San Diego,” Brad Termini, Zephyr’s co-CEO tells Giving Back Magazine. “In addition to being within walking distance of Balboa Park, residents will experience elevators that open directly into their homes, where they will have sweeping panoramic views of Balboa Park, the downtown skyline, the San Diego Bay, Coronado and Harbor Island.”
Located directly across from Balboa Park, The Park, Bankers Hill also offers residents access to common area amenities that include a fitness center, rim-flow pool and spa, private wine storage, and clubroom and terrace with fire pits. Residents also get exclusive access to two guest suites for visiting family and friends. Down below, two street-level retail spaces are also part of the development.
“When we started this project, we set out to create an enduring legacy that would complement the historical and timeless nature of Bankers Hill,” says Zephyr CEO Brad Termini “While modern, the building is also classic in its design. We took great care to design a building that engages with the surrounding city and cultural offerings offered by Balboa Park, while also being quiet and private.”
Understated interiors convey the sophisticated essence of the neighborhood, with handsome wood flooring, gourmet kitchens featuring Miele appliances and Boffi cabinetry, marble-clad master baths with large soaking tubs and soaring ceilings throughout.
Residents can also take advantage of common area amenities that will include an onsite concierge service, fitness center, clubroom and terrace with fire pits. Exclusive access to two guest suites for visiting family and friends will also be available.
According to The Park, Bankers Hill Sales Manager Claudia Barbour, the walkability of the neighborhood and proximity to a large park is attracting interest from across the country.
“Interest from New York City buyers is strong because they like its homage to Central Park-esque living.”