The Lodge Condo Listings, Reviews & Data:

  • Total units: 57
  • Unit types: stuido, 1 & 2 bedroom condos & 3 bedroom townhomes
  • Number of Floors: 4
  • Square Footage: 641 - 2,624
  • Approximate price range: $350,000 - $1,000,000
  • HOA fees: $350 - $450
  • Amenities: BBQ area and exercise room.
  • Year Built: 2006
  • Annual turnover %: 9.8
  • Price change prior year: +26.7%
  • Price change from 3 years ago: +9.2%

2330 1st Avenue

Walker’s Paradise

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Summary of Resident Reviews 

Below is a summary of all the reviews provided by the residents living in this property. Rating scale is from one to five stars. [Rating and Review Disclosure]

  Poor      Avg      Best
Average rating starstarstarstar
Relaxed feeling of home starstarstarstarhalf star
Views starstarstarhalf star
Noiseless inside starstarstar
Proximity to shopping/restaurants starstarstarhalf star
Security starstarstarhalf star
Exercise facilities starstarstarstar
Parking starstarstarstar
Maintenance starstarstarstar
HOA effectiveness starstarstarstar
Quality of construction starstarstarhalf star
Like the most: Residents of the Lodge condos have told me living at The Lodge does not feel like living in a "complex". As one resident described it "city life that feels like your in the suburbs". They also like the cross breezes the architecture allows. Many expressed their love of the location, not too busy yet close to the Balboa Park, harbor and the airport. 
Some positive comments on the downtown skyline view and the views to Point Loma. Some residents at the Lodge added they like the resturants that are within walking distance (hint Mr. A's is one of them).
Like the least: Walking home late at night, it does not feel too safe. A few residents mentioned too many homeless in the area. (Gee I thought this was a problem in the East Village, not Bankers Hill, I report you decide). Some said they do not like the noise from the airport.
Other comments: Centrally located, mid distance to Little Italy, Balboa Park, Gaslamp and Hillcrest. Some Lodge owners mentioned they are glad the views they have will probably always be there because of the height limitation for new buildings in the flight path (to the airport).